Ear Force X41 Digital RF Wireless Game Audio+ Chat with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound Product Features Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound & Dolby Pro Logic IIx with Digital RF wireless technology (up to 30′ range) CD-quality pure-digital sound transmission Digital input “pass thru” allows the X41 and a home theater system to be connected simultaneously Volume

Ear Force X41 Digital RF Wireless Game Audio+ Chat with Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound

Product Features

  • Dolby 7.1 Surround Sound & Dolby Pro Logic IIx with Digital RF wireless technology (up to 30′ range) CD-quality pure-digital sound transmission Digital input “pass thru” allows the X41 and a home theater system to be connected simultaneously
  • Volume control on ear cup Independent game & chat volumes Built-in mic monitoring Mic mute Bass Boost (button on ear cup) Oversized ear cups Fabric mesh ear cushions Removable mic with flexible boom Headset powered by AAA batteries (over 20 hours)
  • Transmitter powered by USB (no AC adapter) Includes headphone output on transmitter (second set of headphones can be used simultaneously or in place of X headset) Chat Boost feature automatically increases incoming chat level as game sound increases
  • 50mm oversized speakers for deeper bass response
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Comments

YodaGoneMad says:

A Worthy Successor or a Minor Improvement? Some readers may remember me from my X4 review. Here we are a little over a year later and I am once again tearing into the box of a shiny new pair of Turtle Beach headphones. I liked the X4s, so why did I invest another $200 on the X41s? Because the X4s had some issues, common issues included sound glitches at certain frequencies (press the B button in Shadowrun), interference from other IR sources (like the Wii sensor bar), and a noticeable hiss when using the voice function. These issues did…

VillageVidiot says:

Turtle Beach finally moves into the 21st century I purchased the Turtle Beach Ear Force X1 wired headset nearly 2 years ago; I love them even though they’re wired and hurt my ears after several hours of gaming. I though tried upgrading to the Ear Force X3 wireless headphones about six months ago, but they were HORRIBLE. Infrared technology should only be used for a TV remote. Any time someone walked in front of me or I turned my head the wrong way they’d stop working…. they were immediately returned. When I saw the Ear Force X41 headset at…

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