Sennheiser Launches X 360 And X 2 Xbox Gaming Headphones

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Look who showed up on the gaming headphone scene. Sennheiser, a trusted name in the world of audio, has just introduced two new headphone models, both of which are targeting Xbox gamers. The X 320 and X2 are the company's first-ever Xbox headsets, and they're designed for all the Xbox LIVE action you can handle. The top-of-the-line X 320 features Sennheiser amplified stereo sound, which boosts the Xbox 360’s audio experience. A professional-grade, noise-canceling microphone ensures that only the gamer’s voice is heard. Dual volume control lets gamers independently adjust the game’s audio and fellow players’ voices. The automatic microphone mute feature allows gamers to mute the microphone simply by raising the boom, thus eliminating the need for buttons.
The single-sided X 2 headset is designed as a durable and robust alternative for cost-conscious gamers who do not want to compromise on quality. As with the X 320, it also features a noise-canceling microphone. Each includes a two-year warranty; the X 320 (street price: $149.95) and X 2 (street price: $29.95) are available now from select retailers.

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jonation replied on Tue, Nov 29 2011 11:42 AM

woah. guess its never too late.

*sits back and hopes audiotechnica makes a gaming headset*

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never used their headsets before...but heard they were great..but me i can't get myself to buy new products without somehow testing them. its hard cause many of us have been burned on lots of products.

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Aoshi replied on Fri, Dec 9 2011 5:10 PM

Those look comfortable. I should get one of them, a tad pricey for me however. I've been using an $8 headset from wal-mart for years. It works, but very uncomfortable

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