Microsoft And Tritton Team Up For New Xbox 360 Headsets

by Johan on June 5, 2011



Microsoft And Tritton Team Up For New Xbox 360 Headsets

Microsoft has collaborated with Tritton to produce a series of co-branded headsets for the Xbox 360. The range consists of two premium wireless headsets, the Warhead 7.1 and Devastator, and an entry-level wired solution, the Detonator. All three headsets utilize stereo 50mm drivers, though only the Warhead 7.1 supports Dolby Digital, Dolby Pro Logic II, and Dolby Headphone decoding for simulated surround sound. The Devastator and Detonator only produce stereo audio. The Warhead 7.1 and Devastator headphones adopt the 5.8GHz wireless technology and come equipped with a specialized wireless base station that uses only two cables connected to the console (USB for power and optical digital/ stereo RCA for audio). Both headsets also support three different listening modes for either gaming, movies, or music. The entry-level Detonator headphones are powered by a wired USB, while the Devastator uses AA battery, and the Warhead 7.1 uses a specialized rechargeable battery pack system. The Tritton Warhead 7.1, Devastator and Detonator Xbox 360 headsets will be available later this year.

Microsoft And Tritton Team Up For New Xbox 360 Headsets

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