Sharkoon X-Tatic SP Stereo Headset Review

/ 6 years ago


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In the not so distant past, we took a look at the X-Tatic SX stereo headset from manufacturer Sharkoon and whilst we thought it was a great product, it wasn’t compatible with a well known platform. This is of course the PlayStation 3. The SX headset was a prime candidate for PC usage as well as Xbox 360, especially with its Xbox styling in white and green, but for PS3 users they would have to look around for something else.

The something else comes in the form of the X-Tatic SP headset from Sharkoon which is very similar in design to the SX baring the colour scheme but is compatible with PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 as well.

The SP seems to be more geared towards the PlayStation audience with its black colour scheme but with full compatibility across the board, we feel this may be the one to get for gamers who use multiple platforms. Let’s find out shall we.


  • Gaming stereo headset for PlayStation® 3 and Xbox® 360
  • Cable length: 370 cm +/-10 cm
  • Two high quality 40 mm speakers
  • Simple connection via analog interface (RCA)
  • Flexible, detachable microphone
  • Microphone connected via USB (USB to PS3™)
  • Microphone connected to Xbox® 360 controller (2.5 mm plug)
  • In-line amplifier for powerful games sound output
  • Master volume control and microphone mute
  • Supports Xbox® Live
  • Separate volume control for voice communication
  • USB-powered, no additional power adaptor needed
  • Supports the PlayStation® 3 chat function (via USB)
  • Also suitable as PC headset

Specifications (headphones):

  • Diameter: 40 mm
  • Impedance: 40 Ω
  • Sensitivity: 118 dB +/- 3 dB bei 1 KHz
  • Frequency response: 20 Hz – 20 kHz
  • Power output: 40 mW
  • Cable length: 370 cm +/-10 cm
  • Connectors: 1x 3.5 mm stereo plug (green: stereo playback), 1x USB (microphone connection + power)

Specifications (microphone):

  • Diameter: 6 x 5 mm (L x B)
  • Directivity: omni-directional
  • Sensitivity: -58 dB +/- 3 dB
  • Impedance: 2.2 kΩ
  • Frequency response: 100 Hz – 2 kHz
  • Operating voltage: 4.5 V


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