Turtle Beach Ear Force Z6A - Auriculares con micrófono (PC/Juegos, Binaurale, Diadema, Alámbrico, 3.5 mm (1/8"), 3.7 m)
Descripción del producto
Compatibilidad: Xbox 360
Conectividad del dispositivo: Alámbrico
Conector: 4x3.5mm, USB
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 98 x 39 x 20 mm
Frecuencia de auricular: 20 - 20000 Hz
Interfaz del dispositivo: 3.5 mm (1/8")
Longitud de cable: 3.7 m
Manual de usuario: Si
Micrófono mudo: Si
Peso: 120 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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Ok then, update. So, TB sent me a replacement set. No hassle and pretty quick, maybe a week or so. So the left earcup broke off the NEW set about 2mo after I received them in the mail. Rather than return/replace with another set I fixed it with JB-Weld. Took a VERY small screwdriver and about 1/2 hour of patience to get it all set right. To stabilize, I welded the break then slid the extender inside the plastic housing (end of head pad), then JBwelded all the seams. That was a couple of months ago. The right side ear-cup (other side) just broke off. Looks like another session of fixing crap...or maybe just finding a new company to buy from.
THIS HEADSET IS A 100% COMPLETE PIECE OF GARBAGE...DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
Turtle Beach TBS-2214 Ear Force Z6A Gaming Headset with Multi Speaker 5.1 Surround Sound
The sound is very good though, and for someone with bad hearing they function great.
The only real problem he and I have with them is that the padding around and inside the ear cups (nice TB logo etched into the foam btw) bleeds dye when they get even slightly damp. He got and still gets rings around his ears and dye on his ears when he wears them for any length of time. He games a lot. He took the the pads off and washed them repeatedly in mild dish soap and they bled and bled and bled turning the water a bluish black then finally a gray. After about 15 soak, squeeze, and rinse repetitions, the water was nearly clear but they still leave blue black rings around his ears. Kind of a pain if he has to go somewhere and takes off the headphones and heads out only to have me or someone else ask him what that stuff on and around his ears is. He has to wash his head and ears after using them for long periods.
You'd think that the dye for the earpads, knowing that they would probably get sweaty, would be colorfast.