Turtle Beach Ear Force DXL1 - Auriculares con micrófono (Alámbrico, USB, 4.87 m, Circumaural, 20 - 20000 Hz, 120 Db)
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- Dolby Surround sonido - audio de 360 grados permite localizar la dirección de cada sonido envolvente
- Ecualizador (EQ) presintonías - Múltiples modos de ecualización: graves, agudos y medios Boost combinaciones
- ángulos de sonido envolvente ajustables - modificar la posición de los ángulos de sonido envolvente para la mejor experiencia de audio
- Controles de volumen independientes - Chat permite un equilibrio de juego personalizada y volúmenes
- Monitor de micrófono - escuchar su voz en el móvil mientras habla
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Descripción del producto
Cables incluidos: USB
Conectividad del dispositivo: Alámbrico
Conector: 2.5mm, USB, 3.5mm
Control de volumen: Giratorio
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Frecuencia de micrófono: 50 - 15000 Hz
Guía de configuración rápida: Si
Interfaz del dispositivo: USB
Longitud de cable: 4.87 m
Manual de usuario: Si
Micrófono mudo: Si
Peso: 181 g
Sensibilidad de auricular: 120 Db
Sistema operativo Windows soportado: Si
Tipo de auricular: Binaurale
Tipo de imán: neodimio
Utilizar con: PC/Juegos
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The great thing about the DSS2 is that you can connect any set of headphones you want: I've used the Turtle Beach X12 headphones (really good no-nonsense headphones), a pair of Audio-Technica ATH-M50's, and will soon connect a pair of wireless Turtle Beach X32's that I just got. I tried the included DXL1's, but to be honest they're not that great compared to the other Turtle Beaches or headphones from other brands (I'd sell/give them away and instead get a better set of cans to use with the DSS2).
The DSS2 is a no brainer if you want to really enhance your gaming, and the fact that you can use any headset gives you the ability to further customize your setup.
1) surround sound,
2) the ability to control the game volume and chat volume separately
I really wanted a wireless headset, but the price was just too steep for me to justify it. Also, I was worried about all the reviews that complained about interference on the 2.4ghz frequency that most headset run on (The TB Tangos run dual-band, but they are currently the most expensive). Also, most of the wireless headsets can't recharge batteries while playing (except Tangos), and require you to always have charged batteries on hand - this sounded like too much of a headache for me.
I went with the DXL1 because it was the least expensive wired headset with surround sound.
After about 15 hours of use, I can say I'm fairly satisfied with my purchase. Set up was straight forward, but keep in mind that this setup requires a lot of cables. First you have to connect the usb cable, and the optical audio cable, from the back of the Xbox to the DSS2, then a single cable runs to the sound control dongle (which is where you control game volume, chat volume, and can mute the mic), then one cable runs from the dongle to the headset and another from the dongle to the controller.
For those not keeping count, that is 5 separate cables. This can make storage an issue when you try to wrap all that cable up and shove it into your TV stand. Most people aren't going to disconnect the cables every time, so it all ends up in a big bunch that sits on top of the Xbox. Not the end of the world, but might be a reason to go with a wireless headset, if you can afford it.
The sound quality is great. I mostly play Halo 4, Madden 13, FIFA 13, and Forza 4. They all sound great. The surround sound is good, and helpful sometimes when you're hunting down other players in a FPS. I've heard surround sound is amazing for Call of Duty, but I have not tried it. I have not had any issues with the sound cutting out, or anything like that.
I love the ability to control the game and chat volumes separately. One of my biggest pet peeves about Halo is the inability to control the game volume on the software level - the noise of gun fire, grenades, and vehicles drowns out the sound of your friends talking. This is the main reason I bought a headset; I would have been happy using my TV speakers to hear people talking and then using the mic on my Kinect to talk back, but I just couldn't hear them in the middle of a game.
One final note. The headset does feel a little cheap. It's made of plastic and seems a little flimsy. I've not put enough time in to make a call on the build quality. That said, they are comfortable enough to not bother me at all while playing. However, I'm not one to play for hours on end - maybe an hour or two at most. Also, these are not noise cancelling, you can still hear you wife yelling at you from the other room =) ... I'll let you decide if that's a positive or negative.
There isn't much else to say. It's a very straightforward product that delivers on the important things. 4 Stars.
For starters, the headset itself is very lightweight. Typically with my experience with Turtle Beach, they don't have a good reputation with comfort. With these, I have no discomfort at all. I can wear these for hours and not have any problems. I have glasses and I still have no problem wearing these.
The sound quality is amazing. With the DSS2 Dolby Surround Sound processor, these things are great. It's virtual 5.1 surround sound. They have nine different equalizers and six different surround sound angles so you can set up what sounds best for you and the games you play. Whenever I play Gears of War 3, or Search and Destroy in Modern Warfare 3 (and yes, I still play both), you can hear where the enemy is. Not only that but the fact that you can use basically any headset for the DSS2 processor is awesome. If you want to upgrade to a different headset later on, you can do that and hook it up to the processor but I really don't see the need to upgrade because of how nice the DXL1 is.
I love how long the wire is for the headset. When I just want to relax, I can lay down in my bed and play with the headset, or I can sit down on my chair and game too. And I do like the fact that it's wired and not wireless. I've dealt with wireless headsets before and having to replace batteries all the time is a pain the back.
The only problem I have at time which is really not a huge deal but I sometimes have to shut off the DSS2 and turn it back on when I turn my Xbox off and then later play it. The Dolby Surround Sound won't turn on at times when I start up my Xbox so I'll have to shut off/turn on my DSS2. Not a big deal, just something to be noted.
Overall, this headset is amazing. After having high-end headsets, I really think they don't really compare to this. I paid $70 for this here on Amazon. You really can't beat the price for this wired headset. If you're looking for a nice, comfortable headset with great sound; look no further.
Overall the sound is actually quite good. The bass for explosions and gun fire, such as games like Halo 4 and BF3 sound great. The virtual surround sound works pretty decent as well for being simulated, and you can discern from left/right and behind. I havent tried using the AUX IN, where you can plug in an MP3 player or other source and have it play over the game audio but it sounds like it could be a useful feature as well. Not sure how the AUX IN and game audio would mix, hopefully it wont be a distorted mess. Just based on game audio however, these headphones do have good deep lows and clear highs.
Set up and EQ/speaker positions are easy to figure out, just read the manual. Also the chat is really clear. When on XBL and talking I apparently sound "crystal clear" when using this headset (as I'm told by my bro). For me they seem decently comfortable, although I havent sat and tried using them for longer than 1-2 hours.
The only potential negative is that the newly announced Xbox One has a different port on the bottom of the controller for the chat mic and other accessories. I hope TB releases an adapter so that this head set and other head sets and still be plugged in to the XB1 controllers and their proprietary port.
For some reason, on the x12 line of headsets, (yes, there are multiple types of the x12 headset, look them up) the insides of the earcups would actually rest on the inside of my ears. It was pretty uncomfortable, and it made me nostalgic of my old awesome x11s that I grew up with that didn't have such a problem thanks to the thick ear cup padding.
Before continuing on, it's worth noting that some people who have reviewed this headset think the x12s are comfortable, and they think this set is uncomfortable. Know this: everyone has different heads and different ears. You never know if a certain headset will fit you comfortably or not until you try it. For me, it works awesome. For you, it might not. So, see if you can try on any type of headset you can get your hands on to get an idea of what fits and what doesn't before you buy. If you ever tried on the x12s and didn't like them, I think you will like this type of headset.
I settled on this particular headset because I didn't want to spend a whole lot of money, to be honest. But, I did want surround sound. After doing the research, Astro A40s are the way to go - I didn't want to drop $250 on a headset I would ultimately be sharing from time to time, switching from the PC to the Xbox with a brother potentially asking for it. Especially when I already bought a whole different set for my PC. This set is used exclusively for my 360, so it doesn't go anywhere. My PC headset, the Logitech G35's is what I use on my computer and I love them. Obviously I can't use them for my Xbox, so I had to find something else. I also had a px21 headset in the past - these were great, because they worked on my PC and my Xbox, the volume was loud when I wanted it to be loud, the mic was very easy to maneuver - however the build quality wasn't the best. I would buy those again, but I'd like to see how these turn out. Now, honestly, this set isn't built much better than those, but I was putting my px21 through h*ll. This is being taken care of, and I'll be happy if my brother and I could get 3 years out of them.
I'm giving this product 5 stars because it does what I wanted it to do - satisfy my craving for surround sound (albeit 5.1, simulated of course) on the Xbox 360 with a very nice price tag, while also fitting my head/ears comfortably.