“*Please ignore the audio quality / comfort / design / isolation / value sliders for this review. As far as I can tell, they seem broken* This is a universal in-ear monitor with a two balanced armature drivers and a dynamic driver. This earphone costs $1250 IEM with a cable that costs about $800, or as a package together, about $1400. I'm part of an Australian listening tour for this...” --a_recording
“I prematurely wrote a review on this that wasn't all too positive. However, after about a week, my impressions have changed. I swaer I have been listening to these nonstop. At least for 50 hours. Construction:7/10 Really good I think. They are built like Beats actually (studios), with similarities in the folding system, headband cushion, earpads, overall shape, and the active noise...” --Trunks159
“Switched to these from a TDK BA200 and the difference is phenomenal. I only paid about 80quid more for these than the BA200 with all the discounted sets appearing here and there. The first thing I noticed after getting a good fit was the immense soundstage. They are very detailed and clear in reproducing music, but are rather lenient on most lower quality mp3 recordings. This is a plus for me...” --efgwew
“if you really wanna wake these babys up open them up and carefully cut the white dust shield off the holes HUGE difference lows are kickier, mid's are vibrant if you want more open sound but not a lot of reverberation add some cheap foam padding or dynamite or just don't open all the holes (I started with 3 per driver) but I did eventually open them all because I had extra dynamat these sound...” --Onemoar
“I purchased these because my original gaming headset have been attacked by my rabbit. I understand that you make sacrifices when you purchase a wireless headset. I'm not a huge fan of this headset, but it gets the job done and I've come to terms with that. Yes, it is true that you need the software running in order to use the surroundsound and also to equalize the headset. I've never had a...” --Butler
“ I owned a pair of the Z6A headphones and got them to replace my broken Turtle Beach HPA2 headphones. Lets just say I still wound up using the HPA2's two weeks after the Z6A's arrived. Cons: Very poor sound quality, Cheep plastic parts that will brake, Notorious for having lose wires in the cans, The amp picks up interference from to much - ''modem's, router's, microwave and...” --Chuck Canada
“ I got a pare of these at gaming expo and I have regretted it ever since, the cable has needed to be cut shorter and re soldered to the inline amp 3 times. Even before the cable broke when there was quite you could hear a continual hiss in the background. I am sure the drivers are solid but the inline amp makes these terrible headphones. As for comfort the pads are not half deep...” --Xanth
“ DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY..NO PHONE TECH SUPPORT YOU HAVE TO WAIT FOR E-MAIL SUPPORT...MICROPHONE DOESNT WORK ONLINE IN GAME MODE..TOO MANY WIRES FOR A WIRELESS HEADSET..TOO MANY ADJUSTMENTS HAVE TO BE MADE EVERY TIME YOU USE THEM AND DIALS AND BUTTONS DO NOT HAVE MIN--MAX SETTING YOU JUST KEEP TURNING AND PUSHING UNTIL YOU DONT GO DEAF OR STRAIN TO HEAR. AFTER OVER A WEEK AND STILL NOT BEING...” --djmurf0859
Turtle Beach Ear Force X32 gaming headset view larger The Ear Force X32 wireless gaming headset is powered by state-of-the-art 2.4/5GHz Dual-Band Wi-Fi radio technology that virtually eliminates wireless interference. Equipped with multiple EQ and stereo expander presets, the X32 allows gamers to mix and match audio settings for different gaming scenarios. Featuring massive 50mm speakers...
Totally immerse yourself and focus on the task at hand with the Ear Force PX22. As an official headset of Major League Gaming, this amplified stereo headset is sure to take your play to another level with awesome Turtle Beach sound and comfort for hours of play. Plus, it'll work with virtually anything you throw at it: from PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 to PC and Mac, From PS Vita to...