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7.1 surround sound wireless headset for use with any optic input & chat enabled for xbox 360

Voucher Code TDX-KMAW (£10 off £50 spend) also get 200 points as standard

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#1
LINK NOT WORKING.................
#2
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.208-2598.aspx

not sure why link didnt work - I must be stupid ;)
#3
£5 delivery on top also but this is cheapest I can see it have some heat (_;)

Edited By: leeds_united_afc on Mar 12, 2011 16:26
6 Likes #4
mcvicker7556
LINK NOT WORKING.................


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#5
good deal but is it really worth it?
#6
Heat added, Hot price i ordered this last week from them and now its £10 cheaper :(

Still well happy with them tho

Get them delievered to local store to beat the delivery cost
#7
Go for the Tritton 720's, better imo!
1 Like #8
Very hot from me.
Great price.
#9
audirob
Very hot from me.
Great price.


Ive got that Sully and my turtlebeach headset lives on his head like in your profile pic :)
#10
Good price. Although I went for Tritton AX Pro 5.1 headphones.
#11
Was only £70 a month ago. You would be a dingbat to get it now.
4 Likes #12
shadowdogg
Was only £70 a month ago. You would be a dingbat to get it now.


Or a time traveller.
#13
Ptdborth petrol was cheaper a month ago, and a month before that, bet your buying now at the higher price!
#14
Oops meant shadowdogg :-)
#15
ptdborth
shadowdogg
Was only £70 a month ago. You would be a dingbat to get it now.


Or a time traveller.


Or just not bother with them is what I was eluding too.
#16
ordered, il give them a try!!
#17
Quality headphones at a bargain price. I got mine a couple of months ago for £114 from Tesco using my niece's store discount instead of £124.... (not wure where they've ever been £70??)

I considered the AX pros also, but these had far more benefits for me and the cheapest AX pros a the time were about £145.

They are quality.
#18
Hot but out of my price league
#19
Great earphones friend got them for 70 quid bargain at that price I cant buy them knowing he got such a good deal ! Stick with the wired version that cost me 30 quid .....

Edited By: alera on Mar 12, 2011 20:14
#20
amazing i once paid 140 for these

if you have used that discount heres another http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/10-off-50-spend-tesco-direct/896473
#21
Damn. Bought the X31's a few weeks back for £70.

Would have loved these for an extra £20 :)

Oh well.
#22
Hot price and voted hot. However, the wireless on these was very very poor considering the price you pay, the microphone isn't all that great either. Despite these problems, they are comfortable and the surround sound does work when the wireless interference dies down.
#23
How is the sound quality on these, as I'm considering using them to watch (and listen) to movies via an amp?
#24
Sharkoon x-tactic digital are far better than any of the ones mentioned above in the same price range, failing that the astros are top dog if you fancy spending £180
#25
But the Sharkoon set are a few pence shy of £100 and are wired. Also the Tritton's are about £130 and are also wired.

One of the biggest factors i'm looking for in my gaming is the fact that's it's as wireless as possible. Obviously sound quality is important, as well as build and comfort, but i'm having trouble justifying spending £90 (never mind trying to convince my wife that it's a bargain!).

I still want a set, they're just still not cheap enough for me yet.
#26
Any owners here care to comment? I've tried a pair of Sony RF headphones, and can always hear that background noise like the sea ("shhhhhhh" sound)
1 Like #27
dybydx
Any owners here care to comment? I've tried a pair of Sony RF headphones, and can always hear that background noise like the sea ("shhhhhhh" sound)


My friend has a pair of these and there is a hiss noise. However, it's very faint and once your hearing in game noises it's not noticeable at all.

They are well built, very comfortable, look good on the stand, and you can use them on PS3, blu-ray, etc - not just made for Xbox 360's.

If i wasn't so broke i'd have ordered already. :(
#28
Can someone explain to me why I would want to spend £90 on these? How substantially better are they that a normal pair of headphones worth £20?

Edited By: Apocolaps3 on Mar 13, 2011 12:07
#29
Anyone know where's the cheapest place to get the USB adaptor so the mic can be used on the PS3?
#30
Would this be compatible for connecting to a TV / PC?
#31
Someone wanna tell me how and where they got them for £70?
#32
For what it's worth, anyone undecided about this set or maybe the AX pro's might find my comments below of use. I'd previoulsy posted on an AVF thread on the subject. I was in two minds about these or the Tritton AX Pros but went for these, and the main reasons below:

I was struggling to decide on a set of headphones a couple of months ago. After much reading up and debating i was torn be between the AX pro Trittons and the TB X41.

In the end i opted for the X41 and am really pleased with my choice. My main concerns with the X41 were the batteries but also worry in case wireless signal wasn't great. I needen't have worried. I got some rechargeble batteries from Amazon so no problem (use 4 so always have 2 charged ready to swap if the ones run out, but they last a decent time, but with rechargebles there's no expense) and the wireless is amazing.

The sound quality is excellent, but i've read it is with the AX pros also, but the benefits of the X41 which swayed me are below and very relevent:

Wireless - was never a showstopper, but it is great to be able to move around if needed.

Although chat will only work with the 360 you can use them with any optical equipment. I have a 3 way optical switch with my 360, ps3 and HD DVD player linked into these.

Main factor - I have a surround set up at home also and the X41 base unit has Optical pass through meaning it is also linked to my home set up receiver, therefore all the above equipment can be used through the x41's or my surround with no messing about swapping cables. The AX Pros don't do this, meaning my 360 would have to be permanently linked to them and to use with my surround i'd need to disconnect, then get behind my receiver to connect every time i needed it.... was not really a practical option.

X41 powered by usb so i can easilly disconnect from my tv usb and take the unit upstairs and use with my 360 in the bedroom... very quick and simple. Again the Ax Pro's would not allow this flexibility at all with mains adaptors and a plethora of cables.

Also the X41 base unit allows you to connect a wired set of headphones also giving them the surround sound. This is possible becasue the processing is done in that unit and sound transmitted in a certain way to give the surround. This is a brilliant addition also not available on other headphones.

OF course everyone has different needs but for me these are perfect and the sound quality is beyond my expectations. I can't recommend them highly enough.

Also, cost has to come into it. I got mine for £111 and that made them much cheaper, with this deal the difference in price is significant.

Oh and for the person who asked why spend this much on wireless when you can get the wired version for £30 clearly hasn't looked into them whatsoever. There is No wired version. These have Dolby Digiatal 7.1 surround sound. There is no wired TB set with that. The £30 pair (i assume you mean the X11) are basically stereo headphones with the added mic funcionality for the 360. They are meant to be very good and get favourable reviews, but it's like comparing a Vauxhall Astra with an Aston Martin.




Edited By: Del on Mar 13, 2011 18:11
#33
surcha
Would this be compatible for connecting to a TV / PC?

Suitable for ANY source with Optic (Toslink) connections, so if your TV/PC has this available, then yes
#34
I love my x41's. I had the X1's before these, and the upgrade to 7.1 and wireless from stereo and wired is fantastic. I paid £114.99 and don't begrudge that at all as they are something I use almost daily. HOT!

Probably best to buy a charger with 4x AAA's to charge 2 while using 2 with these. My batteries probably last for an 8 hour session and I just use a Tesco charger & batteries. They go flat without warning.

The wireless capabillities isn't great through walls at all, but totally adequate (sp) for gaming in front of TV.


Edited By: BlackwatchEoEB on Mar 14, 2011 08:22: 5.1 to 7.1
#35
DelboysDeals
Sharkoon x-tactic digital are far better than any of the ones mentioned above in the same price range, failing that the astros are top dog if you fancy spending £180


I have Astro's and they're worth it after spending literally years looking for the right headset. Whilst they're worth it and I use them all the time, I can't say that the headphones and microphone are significantly better than the Turtle Beach sets. What I can say for sure though, is that the wireless Mixamp is absolutely awesome. IF You already have a nice set of Headphones but just want the wireless feature, you could get the Astro Wireless Mixamp, has no hiss, unlike the X41's.

I paid 115 for my X41's and 150 for my Astro's as a comparison.

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