Xbox 360 Ear Force XP500 Programmable Wireless Headset

August 3, 2013 - Comment

The XP500 delivers the ultimate gaming audio experience with a programmable digital signal processor, Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, Bluetooth technology, and XBOX LIVE wireless chat, making it the most technologically advanced headset ever designed for the XBOX 360. The DSP allows gamers to enhance and personalize the entire gaming audio experience with fully customizable game,

The XP500 delivers the ultimate gaming audio experience with a programmable digital signal processor, Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound, Bluetooth technology, and XBOX LIVE wireless chat, making it the most technologically advanced headset ever designed for the XBOX 360. The DSP allows gamers to enhance and personalize the entire gaming audio experience with fully customizable game, chat and mic signals. Bluetooth technology lets you chat wirelessly on XBOX LIVE, answer mobile phone calls and stream music – all while gaming in immersive 360 degree surround sound. If you’re serious about gaming, then get serious about the sound. Step up to the XP500 and experience game audio like never before.

Product Features

  • Configure up to 18 personalized presets to optimize game, chat and mic audio for different gaming situations.
  • Immersive 360 degree audio lets you hear the direction of every sound, as if you were playing with speakers all around you.
  • Widen or narrow the sound field to focus on audio cues that are difficult to hear like footsteps sneaking up on you or the click of someone reloading in the distance
  • Uncompressed wireless digital audio signal achieves CD-quality game sound that rivals professional-grade wired headphones
  • Chat wirelessly on XBOX LIVE, answer mobile phone calls or listen to streaming music while gaming

Comments

Josh Benn "Josh" says:

This headset… Is probably one of the more extraordinary headsets I’ve ever had. I’ve been playing games for years, and have owned many headsets starting from the x31’s moving to Tritton’s then to Astro’s. I’ve even had studio quality headsets as my stepfather is a DJ (side job). Now I can’t say that these headpsets are up there with the DJ equipment. But that’s in the price range of 500+, and to ask for something to outperform something when it costs half as much is simply outrageous.But let’s get to the review part.Sound:The sound quality with these are amazing. I’ve always been a huge fan of Bose because they create speakers that just blow the doors off of the expected. What I mean is that the clarity of these headsets is amazing. If you’re in a game and your job is to kill that enemy, you can simply find him because you can hear his every footstep, that click of the magazine as it get’s pushed in the well, the cocking of the charging handle. The sound is crisp…

Gino says:

Amazing I bought a pair of these only to end up returning them a week later due to frequency saturation. They run on 2.4Ghz. That means it’s competing with every device in your house. The microwave, cordless phone, WiFi, smartphones, etc. most of these devices use 2.4Ghz. Why Tb made a flagship product using a freq that is so over crowded it’s comical is beyond me. Avoid if you have a house full of wireless devices. The amount of signal noise and drop outs are legendary.

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