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Tritton Detonator Xbox 360 Headset Review



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Tritton have been having great success with their range of console peripherals, with what has so far been a great history for the company since they setup shop back in 2000, where they have made a name for them selves with gaming headsets and USB External Video Card Technology, this helped get the attention of MadCatz, who later acquired the company back in 2010.  While keeping the Tritton name, the company has gone from strength to strengh with its product range, focusing on creating a solid and unique line of headsets for Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and PC.

“TRITTON is focused on developing, manufacturing, and bringing to market high-performance gaming headsets and audio peripherals. Striving to create innovative and reliable products with cutting edge technology, the Tritton is the brand of choice for professional and casual gamers world-wide” www.trittonusa.com

The Tritton range stands out from the crowd with its angular styling and contrasting colours, offering gamers of all budgets some of the best looking and performing headsets on the market today, ranging from high end wireless 7.1 headsets down to standard stereo models.  Today we will be taking a look at the modest end of their range, the Tritton Detonator Wired Stereo Headset for the Xbox 360, which currently sells for around £60, come and read the next few pages to find out how it got on in my tests.


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  • LuisYouTryhard

    Excuse your review is very informaonl but other reviews have pointed out that the detonators have poor welding on the inside and the internal mechanics can easily break. Hw long after you purchased the detonators that you wrote this review. I only want to spend 80.00 (here in north america) for a durable long lasting headset. Please respond thank you.

    • Charlie

      to be honest mate, if all you use them for is a headset, you shouldn’t be taking them to everest and back… i can’t decide whether to get these or the turtle beach x12s.

      • Pdonnell

        I’ve had these for a few months now, no problems, so have a few of the other eTeknix team 🙂

        Although if your in the market for a new headset on a low-mid budget, you can’t go wrong with anything from either Tritton or Onda 🙂