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| ||The Ear Force PX21 integrates premium stereo game sound with crystal-clear communication on the PlayStation Network (PSN), Xbox Live and PC/Mac to create the definitive audio environment for playing popular game titles on all platforms. |
The PX21 is two headsets in one—a stereo USB headset for chat sound and an amplified stereo headset for game sound. That means you can independently control chat and game sound from a single control box whether you’re playing PS3, Xbox or PC games. Large, comfortable ear cups with a lightweight, rugged design provide the ultimate in comfort during extended game play.
The PX21 gives you a significant advantage because you can hear sound cues others can’t, so you’ll react faster and take them out before they take you out. Unique gaming features such as variable bass boost, chat boost, stereo expander and convenient volume controls for chat and game audio, provide a competitive edge that can make the difference between winning and losing.
If you’re serious about your PS3, Xbox 360 or PC gaming, then get serious about the sound. Move up to the Ear Force PX21 and become a better player while experiencing your games as they were meant to be heard.
|For gamers who want choices in the type of comfort and sound they need to experience.|
|Connecting the PX21 Using the Standard PS3 A/V Cables. |
|Connecting the PX21 to a PS3 with HDMI. |
|Connecting the PX21 to the Xbox 360 Using Standard A/V Cables. |
|Connecting the PX21 to an Xbox 360 with HDMI. |
|Connecting the PX21 to a PC or Laptop. |
When used as a PC gaming headset, the PX21 functions as two independent headsets in one package:
Amplified Stereo Headphones:
The green 3.5mm plug is used for sending the stereo game signal from the PC sound card to the PX21 headphone amplifier so you can hear game sounds, music and other sounds from your PC. The overall volume level is set by the Game volume control on the PX21 amplifier.
USB Stereo Headset:
The USB connection is used for mic and chat signals and appears as “Turtle Beach USB Headset” in Windows operating systems. This lets you assign the PX21 mic and chat in your game software as a USB audio device. You can set the microphone and chat levels independently with the Windows mixer software, as described elow. After configuring these volume settings, you can set the chat level with the Chat volume control on the PX21 amplifier. Note that each time you disconnect the PX21 from the USB port, the volume settings described below may revert back to their default settings. As such, you might have to go back and set them again each time you remove and insert the PX21 USB connector.