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Ear Force X1 Turtle Beach Headphones Xbox 360 £42.99 Gameplay.co.uk
Ear Force X1 Turtle Beach Headphones Xbox 360 £42.99 Gameplay.co.uk

Ear Force X1 Turtle Beach Headphones Xbox 360 £42.99 Gameplay.co.uk

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If you're a bit of a Call of Duty Nerd like me, these will be great for you. Ive had a go with a pair and the "Surround" sound coming out of these is pretty mind blowing. I've ordered myself a pair so I can hear those sneaky people creeping up behind me with a knife.

This is the cheapest price I've seen around. Plus they're pretty hard to find anywhere, especially in the shops.

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I paid £50 for mine, they are amazing quality. An essential purchase.

But do the have the mute button and volume on the pad connection??

Mine delivered today from gamestation at same price not tried them yet mind

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almo;7605674

But do the have the mute button and volume on the pad connection??



There is indeed a mute button, It's the same as the newest Official xbox live headset where you have the volume control and mute halfway up the headset cable.

almo;7605674

But do the have the mute button and volume on the pad connection??



It's in-line.

Got myself a pair of these, HIGHLY recommended.

Best accessory i have ever brought for my 360. !!:thumbsup:
Allthough the long wire is a pain in the ****.
Had them over a year now and still as good as when i 1st brought them unlike the original ones.

P.S.
Remember the in-game sound and live chat both come through the headset. Whereas most cheaper range headsets only receive the live chat.

These are brilliant you can tell if someone is walking behind you in MW2 etc. and other things that you can't pick up when the sound comes only for tv speakers.

The wire is a pain sometimes but I couldn't justify the £120 for wireless version.

almo;7605674

But do the have the mute button and volume on the pad connection??



The volume for tv/game sound is on the cable where the headset cable plugs in, the mic on/off switch is again where the pad cable connects to the main wire and the volume for voice is on the connection to the pad (just like the official headset). So not as easy to switch mic on and off but only a minor point - most of the time I either have it on or off the full time I'm playing.

aah, its all good knowing someone is coming behind you but when you have to take your hand off the pad to find the damn mute button then end up getting killed and throwing said headset out of the window...works out pretty expensive! and yes i do have anger management issues!!
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