October 14th 2009 6:15 pm

Heads up! A newer version of this product is out!


by jtwilkins

x41 or x31 working with OS X
I was wondering if anyone has had luck getting these headphones to work with OS X? I wouldn't mind shelling out the cash for the x41 if I knew they were dual use but after some google searches I came back pretty empty. Just a little bit of txt on Turtle Beach's page that it should work on Mac / PC minus the mic.

by AndyS

PS3 hookup: Any analog to bluetooth adapters?
When I first started reading about these, I seem to remember finding a site where somebody had linked to a bluetooth adapter that converted an analog headset to bluetooth. Using this, the person had supposedly made the headset work with the PS3 as well. It's basically a bridge. Anybody know of something like this? IIRC, it was a linked to something on Amazon that was about $15. I just can't find it.

by asthmaticatom

Little tip stop help stop the crackling.
I got these two items to replace the wire from the controller to the headset. I like having the mic volume and mute button on the controller rather than on the wire. It also helped reduce the crackling sound that these sometimes make. http://www.amazon.com/Xbox-360-Headset-Adapter/dp/... http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id...

by ryan

Turtle Beach Ear Force X41 vs. Astro Gaming A40 vs. Tritton AX Pro
With MW2 coming up I'm thinking of doing a surround headset shootout. Anyone used all three? What do you think? I've been hearing the X41 build quality is a little cheap and the audio isn't the most impressive; the Astro appears to be simulated surround only (which I'm not about to go for) but I hear it's a much better built device; the Tritton seems a little on the lower-end side and I haven't heard a ton on these guys. http://gdgt.com/turtle-beach/ear-force/x41/... Read more →