Third party headsets are unusable on the Xbox One until Microsoft releases an adapter, which won't be until next year. Your Trittons, your Turtle Beaches, your Astros and Afterglows, forget it. Except one audiophile, a guy with a soldering gun and a purpose, wouldn't let it go.
Tritton's Warhead 7.1 Wireless Surround Headset does something no other third-party Xbox 360 headset does: it allows players to use voice chat without plugging a wire into the controller.
Accessory maker Mad Catz officially supports every major gaming platform with the announcement of the Tritton Kunai line of headsets, delivering quality personal stereo sound to the PlayStation 3, Vita, 3DS and Nintendo Wii U. Can you guess which one is which?
When the guy on the other side of your multiplayer game runs a chainsaw attachment for the umpteenth time, you're going to want to make sure he hears what you call his mother clearly and succinctly. Mad Catz's Gears of War 3 audio range is here to help.
Finding a quality set of headphones for the Xbox 360 just got a lot easier, as Microsoft teams up with peripheral maker Mad Catz to create a line of co-branded wired and wireless stereo headphones under Mad Catz's Tritton brand.
The Limited Edition Call of Duty: Black Ops ProGaming Headset comes in a slick travel case and includes spare ear pads and oodles of cables.