What the heck, we may as well mention two headsets, not necessarily for the price of one. This really depends where you are shopping online. While there are bargains out there, discerning gamers will always prefer to spend a little extra to give themselves more room to maneuver and, let’s just say, more bang for their bucks, in more ways than one. As to which of the following two headsets can be considered the best gaming headset for xbox 360 is over entirely to the user, because no one user is alike and all users will have their preferences.
While giving you a peek preview of the Ear Force X12 and the Triton Trigger Stereo, just remember, readers, that, as can be realistically expected, there are more than a dozen eggs in this basket. They also say that you shouldn’t put all your eggs in one basket, so do consider carefully the choices at your disposal. Then you can narrow down those choices, go through your reviews again, and then proceed to your final choice. Also see if it is indeed possible for you try out or test head gear before you push the purchase button.
Ear Force X12 has good sound quality and it is priced reasonably. Here are some of its features. It has amplified audio which enhances game sounds for the ultimate in interactive and live world experience. The variable bass boost adds depth and further realism to the gaming experience. A microphone monitor is in place, allowing you to track your own voice in your head set to avoid excitable shouting and frustrated ranting, or cursing, depending on your gaming temperament. This is handy when you are in online completion with fellow gamers from around the world.
Triton Trigger Stereo also has its features. Apart from amplified audio, a bass boost and an installed amplifier, the Trigger has dual-band Wi-Fi installed. It also boasts built in Bluetooth convenience. One bugbear of this setup is that it has a lot of cabling. So much for going wireless. Nevertheless, cabling allows for up to fourteen feet of distance and who would really want that from your flat screen TV. One nice esthetic feature of this headset is that it is quite light and small. This, surely, is good for comfort.
The Trigger’s battery life is pretty good. Here you are going to get up to fifteen hours of battery life from a single charge. Audio quality, as is demanded these days, is good too. It is powered by Dolby Digital Surround Sound. The Dynamic Chat Boost allows for your conversational tone to be elevated or balanced out, depending on how the game’s own volume escalates or changes.
But no batteries are needed for Ear Force X12. The headset draws its own current directly from the USB. Enough said. Time for you to get cracking with your own homework. Enjoy your shopping.