25 February 2009

Tritton AX Pro Headset for Gamers with 5.1 Surround Sound

Gamers from all over the world will be happy to receive an ideal headset for their gaming experience. Creation of such headset is not an easy task, and electronic gadgets manufacturers try to solve the problem using new technologies. Tritton Company produced their AX Pro on the basis of the earlier model - Tritton AX360. The new gadget was innovated and added new technical features.

The design of the headset is quite standard: there are adjustable headphones that are covered in a gray, glossy plastic. Under the left ear cup you can find the detachable microphone.

Moreover, for the separation of front, center, rear, and subwoofer audio streams there are four drivers in each ear cup. The headset features an in-line volume adjuster in the wire of the left ear cup. Xbox 360 controller is connected from here and after it you can adjust the microphone volume as you wish. The headset comes with soft, cloth-covered earpads and an extra pair of spare leather-cushioned pads. You will need to choose the pair that suits you better. However, the headphones are quite heavy, and gamers will feel its weight during long game-play.

The technical specifications of the AX Pro Headset are:
• It features 5.1 Surround Sound
• It works with Xbox, Xbox 360, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, and PC gaming
• It is compatible with devices that has a digital optical or 3.5mm analog 5.1 outputs
• It has microphone mute switch and volume control for game chat
• It features Dolby Digital and Dolby Prologic
• Noise canceling and sound isolation technology
• Excellent sound possibilities
The sound of the headset is beyond expectation: you will hear all the details of the game and experience its reality. The headset has many wires and if you do not like it, you will not be comfortable enough using it.

The advantages of the headset are: good sound quality, it is compatible with most gaming consoles; it may be used for chatting.
The shortcomings are: the headset is quite heavy, it needs a lot of wires, it doesn't operate with the Wii, and headphones require power.

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