Universal Headset PX22
I bought this PX22 a couple of months ago for me and my son. we both agreed that it was a perfect match for us "heavy gamers". My son and I also noticed that this PX22 is a slight difference if you compare it with other mics. The first day we got one for each of us, our friends said that they could here us CLEARY. Enough talk about us. The mic has incredible design and performance. Very comfortable for my head. No problems at all with it. Except one small thing that's bothering me. If you use this mic for 1 hours or more your ears will start hurting or getting hot. This isn't quite for those heavy gamers who play for like 3 hours. Otherwise, the mic is great! I didn't regret spending a dime. And now since it's working with playstation 4 now, I LOVE IT EVEN MORE!!! This PX22 is a miracle to gamers. :)
These headphones will blow you're mind, all the way from the premium headset sound to the low budget price. The build of these are amazing and something you would find more inline with a $300+ headset and the ability to multitask and game while listening to music makes this headset a total win for me, especially at $79.99. So do yourself a favor and pick this headset up now, you won't regret it.
"Works" for PS4
I bought these headphones for my PS4. I choose these because of the reasonable price tag of $60.00 dollars. That and the fact is literally only ONE headset made specifically for ps4 and there are made by sony. So i leave and go to try them out on my ps4 when i soon realize the sound pack that controls everything does not work on ps4 as you need some audio jack that my hd tv doesn't have and the cord you would plug into the tv was no lie about 6 inchs... impossible to plug into the ps4 as well as your tv which is required. also since with the ps4 you need to plug the headet into the controller THAT cord is also very small, so the sound pack that controls all the sounds is hanging 5 inches down from your controller and the best part YOU CANT EVEN USE THE SOUND PACK. The end result was i opted out and returned the headset and got the Sony Gold Wireless Headset, 100% recommend to everybody.
Best gaming Headset I've ever had!
So I am going to explain by category, 1.COMFORT The comfort is great because around the ear cups the padding isn't hard it is soft and just great around your ears. 2.SOUND QUALITY I would give this the award of best sound quality out of all turtle beach headsets because like turtle beach says HEAR EVERYTHING DEFEAT EVERYONE with the px22s that is true 3.RANDOM Okay so overall the headset is a spectacular headset but the one point of mainly is that the wire coming out of the headset (NOTE This only matters for people who drop the headset occasionally) it starts ripping and at one point you wont be able to hear, but it's not much of a big deal that's why I only took one point of, nothing to really be worried about.
defective in half a year
This headset is a bellow average buy. not worth the amount you pay for it for the sound quality. there are better options with just as many capabilities cheaper. Add on to the fact that i bought this in February and by the end of July it had broke and would only play sound in one ear. I am a very cautious person when it comes to my video games and the equipment. It was kept in mint condition and no damage was done it just stopped working. To me that is unacceptable you shell out $80 for a headset it needs to last at least a couple of years before it goes defective. Then the warrant process for turtle beach has been a pain so far, i do not recommend turtle beach to anyone.
Amazing headset for PS4 users
So, I have some hearing loss and I have a hard time processing excessive noise. My challenge has always been being able to hear my games while my kids are playing games or goofing off....thus causing some stress for me. I understand that is my issue to deal with and it's unfair to my kids to push that onto them. So, I asked for a headset from my wife for Christmas. I didn't get them, but I did receive some cash and a gift card. I spent a good chunk of it on this headset and I gotta say....I am IMPRESSED. I am still able to hear my kids when they want to ask me a question, but as I'm able to truly hear all that's happening in the games I play I am enjoying myself MUCH more and with ZERO stress. Yes, they are wired...who cares. I don't have to charge them, the sound is great, the in-line amp is great when trying to balance out the sound for your liking and they are VERY comfortable. The longest I've worn them is 6-7 hours straight and I didn't have any discomfort. I highly recommend this set for anyone who is not put off by a wired headset.
Great Headphones for PS4!
Yes, this works for PS4, along with the DSS2! mic is awesome, sound is great!. its also set at a great price! throw that ear bud piece out!
works really well
my parents actually got this head set for me and i have to say that it is a very nice head set the sound is really clear and i enjoy being able to listing to Artists like Alice Cooper while i play Grand theft auto 5 or other games. or watch Netflix while i play a game on my lap top as well. I also like the ability to mute the mike and chat by turning the volume all the way down so i don't have to hear the other players as well. I strongly recommend this headset to players that are willing to spend a large amount of money but not a few 100 dollars.
Best Headset for the PS4 under $100. Period.
Before the PlayStation 4 had come out, I played on both PS3 and X360. For the Xbox 360, I would use the Turtle Beach X12s and those sounded fantastic! You could adjust the treble and bass on there along with game and chat volumes. The highs were crisp and clear, the mids weren't drowned out by the bass, and the bass is there, though the loose fit of the ear cups took away from the effect, but I loved the freakin' things! NOW come the PX22s. Take EVERYTHING that the X12s had and just replace the inline amp... that's all these PX22s are. They're re-branded, BLUE X12s. Saying that however, this headset is by no means shoddy and low-grade. They're still lightweight and extremely comfortable and are made specifically for gaming and even though it's not an all-official PS4 headset, it is fully-compatible and it works just like it would on your PS3. The sound is awesome, the mic quality is awesome, everything about this headset is awesome, EXCEPT the Dynamic Chat Boost feature! The way Dynamic Chat Boost works is if your game increases in volume (ex. an explosion or gunfire), the chat volume will automatically increase, meaning you'll hear your buddies louder and much, MUCH clearer. Now, if you intentionally lower the volume of the game or if the game just goes quiet for a moment (ex: loading screens with no music or sound), the Chat Boost will detect that difference in volume, and make your chat volume that much lower, causing you to ask your friends to talk much louder, even though they've been talking at the same volume before. This feature is very annoying, especially when you're gaming at night. The chat should definitely have an independent volume control of its own, which it does, but it should not be "boosted" by any means whatsoever! I would never use these PX22s in competitive gaming, but putting Chat Boost aside, the build quality and the sound quality of them makes up for it in the end. These also have a separate input for music playback! There is an aux cable included in the box that you hook up to your laptop, tablet, cell phone, iPod, anything that takes a 3.5mm headphone plug, and then connect that to the dedicated jack in the inline amp and you've got music with pretty good sound! The volume for the music is strictly controlled by the device connected (cell phone, laptop, tablet, iPod, etc). All in all, I would definitely recommend this headset to everyone. The $79.99 price tag may seem steep to some at first, but you really have to set these up and get an actual feel for them after. They WILL satisfy your every gaming audio need!
Be warned. This headset does technically work on the PS4 but the PS4 will not pass audio properly just on the USB connection alone. In order to use the headset's built-in volume controls you need to connect to Analog Audio Out ports on your TV. Most modern TV's do not have these connections. They will either have an Optical or Coaxial Digital Audio Out.
This leaves you with 2 options for this headset, either buy an adapter to convert the connection or plug the headset directly into the controller. If you choose the former, you will take a hit in audio quality from the conversion from digital to analog. If you choose the later, you will give up all volume controls on the headset.
That being said, the headset is comfortable and the mic does work well. Just don't believe that this headset is fully supported by the PS4.