Date: January 12th, 2006
Article by: Joe Anderson (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Turtle Beach
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Voyetra Turtle Beach, Inc. has been at the forefront of music and audio technology for more than two decades and is recognized as a pioneer of today's PC audio industry. Over the course of its 31-year history, Voyetra has developed a wide variety of music products including electronic synthesizers, software, sound cards and network audio devices. VTB's software and hardware products have been used by creative individuals for computer music production and by music enthusiasts for enjoying digital music.
Ok, here's the scenario. It's late. Everyone in the house is asleep but you. You want desperately to light up some HALO on the Xbox, but you don't want to incur the wrath of your (insert parental unit, sibling, spouse, significant other, roommate, or if you're a REAL loser, all of the above, here) and you don't want to play with the lame mono headset that came with your Xbox Live starter set. You'd much rather use your monster 5.1 sound system, but you know that there will be a terrible price to pay. Life is just hard, sometimes.
But, fear not! Turtle Beach may have the perfect solution to your late-night gaming conundrum. The recently released Ear Force AXT Headset for Xbox (and Xbox 360) may be just the thing to keep you in the penthouse and out of the outhouse. And maybe out of the poorhouse as well. Let's take a look at these ‘phones and see if they can satisfy the need for a private, yet audibly satisfying gaming experience.
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
Unfortunately, I wasn't provided with, nor could I find, any detailed specifications on the speakers or microphone.