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Turtle Beach Ear Force Z300 Entourer Casque audio Multicolore
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Le casque sans fil Turtle Beach Ear Force Z300 vous permet de profiter d'un son Dolby Surround 7.1. Compatible MAC/PC, il optimise votre expérience lorsque vous participez à des sessions de jeu en ligne, faisant également de vos activités numériques/multimédia de véritables moments de détente. Sa double bande Wi-Fi et ses haut-parleurs de 50mm délivrent des sons sans interférence. Une batterie rechargeable offre jusqu'à 15 heures d'utilisation avec une seule charge, tandis que la technologie Bluetooth permet de diffuser de la musique et de répondre aux appels sans jamais quitter sa partie. Attention : le pilote Dolby Surround est compatible uniquement PC sous Windows 7, 8 et 8.1.
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j ai retiré une étoile car de temps en temps il y a une petite coupure d une seconde mais rien de bien méchant
super produit ,il y a 5 mode de réglage (style équaliseur plus grave ou plus aigu) un volume sur le casque et bouton pour couper le micro tout ce que j attendait d un casque de joueur.
un son nickel, un confort excellent même avec des lunettes...
seul le bluetooth n'est pas compatible avec tout les appareils (mais ça moi je m'en tape), il manque des mousses simili-cuire pour fermer le casque, donc pas d'anti bruit.
cependant le son et le confort y sont, pour jouer c'est l'idéeal.
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1. Nice cushioning at top of headset.
2. Comes with wireless USB adapter for PC.
3. Pairs with bluetooth devices and wireless PC adapter pretty much instantaneous.
4. Sound quality is decent
5. Headset works wirelessly during PC gaming as advertised unlike the SoundBlaster EVO ZxRs.
6. Headphones look a lot better than the SoundBlaster EVO ZxRs.
7. Removable flexible microphone.
8. Battery life is great.
9. Volume levels are decent for a wireless headset.
10. Headset is pretty light.
11. Microphone picks up and outputs sound clearly while gaming according to my friends.
12. Voice indicator tells you when battery is low.
1. No 7.1 Surround sound software support until December 1st.
2. The wireless range of headset isn't the greatest. I'd say the signal can span across 2 mid sized rooms before cutting out. The range on the the SoundBlaster EVO ZxRs are a little better.
3. Sound quality is on the flat side. No bass here. My Audio Technica ATH-M50s have more bass and they aren't really bassy.
4. Headband adjusters are plastic and not metal like most headphones in this price range.
5. The ear cup cushions need to be thicker as most peoples' ears will touch the inner portion of the driver unit causing discomfort.
6. No control over the auto-power off feature.
7. No sound EQ control over game mode presets. Right now game mode 3 and 4 sounds good for me.
8. No noticeable change in sound quality with dynamic range compression on or off.
9. No skip track controls on headset... or maybe I haven't found them yet.
10. No noise-cancellation feature.
11. Included charging and 3.5mm jack cables are way too short.
So, if you're willing to spend upwards of $200 and need/want wireless capability, I'm recommending these easily. They are a cloth style cushion over-the-ear headset that are comfortable to wear basically all day with my glasses.
As far as I can tell, the mic is clear, if not a bit quieter than I'm used to so I'm going to need to adjust the volume there. It has built-in monitor ability that is adjustable volume-wise on the headset itself, which is perfect for what it is designed for (hearing yourself so you don't yell, or if you decide to sing, keeping your pitch).
It also, seemlessly connects to multiple blu-tooth capable devices, including my iPhone 5s. This is all controlled easily with separate volumes and power buttons on the headset itself.
The sound from all sources so far has been fantastic. Unfortunately, I've only been able to test stereo so far as the surround sound drivers haven't been released yet. Last I heard those come out Dec. 1st.
Speaker sound quality - 5
Mic sound quality - 5 (I've gotten no complaints through TeamSpeak, where I did with my last headset that these replaced)
Comfort - 4 (I only say 4 on this because they are a bit heavy after a full day use)
Connectivity - 5 (5.8 wireless to usb dongle, works through walls and floors in my house, blutooth has as good range as you expect but my phone is in my pocket so it's not a big deal for me, haven't had a single drop at all)
Battery Life - 5 (they came charged enough to play with right away, I charged them overnight and haven't had to recharge yet for two days of use, they work plugged in for charging too so that's good)
First off for technical details please search elsewhere, I'm sorry but I don't want to track down all of that information such as ear phone cup sizes. I can tell you it's a sweet Dolby 7.1 Surround sound headset. I tested the surround, and it works great!
Right out of box, it's quite impressive. I see that in this price range some headsets might look better or even come with more hardware but I'm totally satisfied. The bluetooth adapter is migrated into this device, but acts as a separate function. Thus you can turn the bluetooth adapter within the headset on or off. (Also nice & might save some juice on those long gaming days.) The packaging claims that the battery life should be 15 hours game time. When I have more time to test this I'll update and let you know.
The foam pads are comfortable on my head (as are all turtle beach headsets I've tried) and the fit is snug. I would expect you not to be able to shake these off your head. In case you know that guy online is ticking you off and you are shaking uncontrollably, at least your headset will stay fastened on your head so you can proceed to talk crap.
The rest you should know by now. Detachable mic, The mic is also extremely flexible. Multiple setting configurations are SAVED (at least 4) and can be recalled to by pressing a button on the headset.
So far my only disappointments are upon early launch they still don't have to software to use dolby 7.1 on their website. The surround works beautifully, but you are limited on the technical settings until the software is released. Needless to say it should come soon and upon its arrival I'm certain that I will update this review to 5 stars. I can answer any questions people may have or you can always comment below. The second thing that sucks is the range of the little usb dongle it comes with. I'd say 15-20 feet at best. You need to stay close to the dongle if you want maximum connection. Bluetooth range can vary but I'd also assume 15-20 feet depending upon the bluetooth device's range it is connected to.
PS3 USERS: This headset WILL work with your ps3 via bluetooth functionality! It connects flawlessly like any bluetooth headset would and the microphone works right out of the box. Nothing special to configure. I haven't confirmed if the dolby will work on the PS3 so for that you're on your own (sorry.) If I do get around to checking it I'll go ahead and let you know! You can also request me to try it on gta v and I'll pop it in to see how it does with the surround.
Mobile Devices: Just put the headset in bluetooth pair mode and connect like any other bluetooth mic. Works flawlessly and I proceeded to jam some music upon connection. The sound quality is pretty awesome so far as I'm concerned. And the test call was successful, not that this headset is exactly mobile sized, you can carry them around if you like having a giant head :P
Xbox 360 USERS: Sorry to leave you guys hanging but I don't have one here to even try. I can tell you that the wire this headset comes with is a 2.5mm jack to a 3.5mm jack (both male connections). The headset requires a 2.5mm and so does an xbox 360 controller. So you would have to get a 2.5mm jack to a 2.5mm jack wire (both male connections) just to even try it. And that of course doesn't guarantee success so I wish you luck.
Additional thanks to amazon for getting it here promptly and of course always providing quality service. Thanks for reading, hope I helped you.
After using these headphones, though, I may have to change my tune.
Turtle Beach is a well-known brand for delivering audio setups for both game consoles and PCs. My previous experiences with their older gaming setups have been impressive, though the installation and implementation of some of the voice chat features are not always straightforward. When I took this review, I worried that same “premium but clunky” feature set would come over to the PC side.
I do not usually include any mention as to packaging of a piece of hardware, but I was so pleased with the sturdy and simple design that I have to break convention. A single piece of tape, a fabric pull-tab and a molded plastic cover are all that need to be handled to get to the USB wireless adapter and the headset itself. A Digital audio cable, headset microphone, and charging cable are included after one more layer of packaging, but I was surprised that the headset was out of the box, powered on, connected to my PC, and streaming audio in about 30 seconds.
Once the headset was working, I was able to note a few distinguishing features. This headset uses a set of large ear cups that cover the entire ear. The fabric cushioning worked to muffle outside noise, but not silence it completely. On the upside, this means that the ear cups did not form a seal that could lead to quicker discomfort (Some ear cups have a leather or rubber cushion that leaves my ears feeling really hot after a short while.)
Adjusting the headset was made easier by an adjustable slide on BOTH ear cups. Since some of the cheaper headsets only adjust one side by making the entire “headband” longer or shorter, it was nice to have the ability to truly make the headset sit on my head as comfortably as possible. Also during this time, I managed to install the detachable boom microphone. So far, the mic port and the mic itself feel pretty firm, but I can’t help but wonder how these will fare long-term.
This headset delivers wireless flexibility by becoming a wireless audio device when the accompanying USB adapter is plugged into a PC. It can also switch to Bluetooth mode for wireless audio from a newer PC with built in Bluetooth or any mobile phone or tablet. Bluetooth mode will even allow voice controls and incoming call handling, if desired. In either mode, range from the source device was decent, but neither the wireless adapter nor Bluetooth in general enjoy punching through walls. Keep that in mind if you leave your headset on while walking to another room in the house.
Overall, the headset performed very well when performing battery tests. I was able to play audio at max volume for more than twelve hours when using the PC wireless adapter before the headset claimed low battery. Charging the device from low to full only took a few hours and I was able to use the headset while it was charging. Bluetooth is another story, though. For some reason, I was only able to squeeze about six or seven hours of Bluetooth usage before the headset began to warn of a low battery. While surprising, this lesser lifetime did not hinder my enjoyment of the headset.
This is a very easy headset to recommend. It has a nice array of functional bells and whistles like the detachable mic, several fixed equalizer settings to cycle through, and PC wireless or Bluetooth capability. The battery life ranges from good to great, depending on usage. Finally, the entire consumer experience delivers the feeling of a premium product. The packaging, product, and performance of this headset go a long way toward making this unit’s price tag feel a lot less threatening.
Thanks to Turtle Beach, I am jamming with a new appreciation for every little audio piece in my music and game collection. If you really want this headset to impress, try listening to the soundtrack to Hotline Miami or Auditorium. Playing through Ubisoft’s Prince of Persia reboot is a great gaming audio test, too!
"This product was received at a free or discounted price in exchange for my review. I am a technology journalist and pride myself on providing fair and honest reviews. Please feel free to ask any questions you might have."