TRITTON’s Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset is a truly wireless solution, wit a robust 5.8GHz wireless signal ensures interference-free operation from other 2.4GHz wireless devices and provides crystal-clear audio at a range of 33 feet. Each earcup houses a 50mm speaker which outputs high-fidelity game and chat audio for rich bass and crisp undistorted highs. Coupled with immersive 7.1 Dolby Headphone surround sound through the pair of precision-tuned 50mm speakers featuring Neodymium magnets. The Tritton Warhead 7.1 also coms with two rechargeable battery packs for 24/7 gaming, one battery always charging on the base station. Intuitive placement of all controls provides simple adjustability without the need to remove the headset. Frequently used controls are easy to find at a moment’s notice – - mute the mic, independently adjust game and chat volume, turn SVM on/off, switch inputs, and even toggle EQ settings. The equalizer settings on the headset’s base station help maintain your media’s original acoustic properties and allow you to fine-tune your personal audio experience. The Warhead 7.1 also offers SVM (Selectable Voice Monitoring).This allows you to select the ability to hear your mic feedback through the speakers of the headset. By hearing your own voice, you know how loud you’re talking on Xbox Live. The Warhead also runs on the 5.8GHz chipset providing uncompressed audio for fidelity equal to that of a wired headset.
The Tritton Warhead 7.1 from Madcatz creates and produces awesome audio, you truly get that 7.1 surround sound feel with the headset. The build quality is solid with a ridge frame and soft earcup padding. The detachable mic is also a nice feature that allows you to use the Warhead purely as a headset. The addition of two rechargeable batteries is a good sent, (last about 12hrs each) and Battery charge level information is displayed on-screen with a push of the Xbox Guide button. The EQ features are a nice addition, though I didn’t really notice much of a difference between each EQ preset, though it was noticeable when turned off. Price at $299 the Tritton Warhead is a top-tier gaming headset from the Xbox360 and definitely worth the purchase