4 Digital Surround Sound Headsets For Your Game Titles

With very little information on the internet about earpiece’s, it is very rare when we get a chance to re post, with permission, an article from this industry.

Regardless of how great the video game is, you’ll still will not enjoy it if you don’t possess the best headsets for your gaming system.

Can you imagine yourself playing your favorite video games without hearing the gunfire and explosives, as well as other sound effects in the game? Well perhaps not. So if you want to fully enjoy your video gaming experience, you must invest on a good quality headset, something that will last for a long time.

Here are the best recommendations of headsets that you can use for your video game console.
ASTRO A40 Audio System 2011 Edition
The Astro A40 is highly recommended for those who are looking for a headset that’s lightweight and something that have comfortable ear pads that are so friendly to the ears. This headset is fully equipped with a 7.1 Dolby Digital surround sound system, and it could support an iPad, a smart phone as well as laptops and personal computers.

The connection of this headset is a 2.0 USB and is powered with four AA battery.
Turtle Beach Ear Force PX5 Wireless Headset
Just like with the previous headset, the Turtle Beach Ear Force comes equipped with a 7.1 Dolby Digital surround sound system that could fully enhance the quality of sound in your video games, like the gun shots and the footsteps. It features a unique voice morphing ability that can disguise your voice and it even has voice prompts on the headset in case you get low bat.

It’s wireless and so it functions by the use of a Bluetooth which is compatible in both a computer and a cell phone.
Tritton AX Pro Dolby Digital Precision
The Tritton AX is equipped with a 5.1 Digital Surround sound system and is great for PS2 and PS3 gaming consoles, as well as other PC systems. It can work with any devices that have 3.5 analog output as well as those with digital optical output. It is also fully equipped with a detachable microphone that you can use for your XBOX live chat.

Turtle Beach Ear Force X41
This headset is equipped with a 7.1 Dolby Digital surround sound, and can also be connected with a home theater system, so it is also perfect for movie viewing in your home theater. It is wireless and has a transmission range of up to 30 feet, and its huge 50-mm speakers is sure enough to enhance the bass quality of the sound that comes out of the speaker.

It can be connected to an Xbox using a USB port connection and is being powered by two AAA batteries.
Given the vast options available for your video gaming headset, it is now very difficult to look for something that suits you best. But when looking for the best headset for your video games, make sure that you look for a unit that comes equipped with a digital surround sound, so you will be able to fully enjoy your video games.

The headsets mentioned above maybe a bit pricey, as compared with a typical headset, but the experience you’ll have when using it on your game is definitely worth it.

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Robots in space, the Kirobo

So to continue my run of content pieces on this website, I have decided to share one of my favourite posts this week. I used to be cautious to add it to a site as I really did not want to offend the original author, but I hope he/she is happy that I loved reading their work and wanted to share it with my readers.

Robots are in the news a lot lately. From Google’s mysterious plans to do something vaguely robotic over the next ten years (we’re not allowed to know exactly what), to Amazon’s proposal to build flying drones for international deliveries, it seems that the metal munchkins are everywhere, but none are as cute, nor as interesting, as Kirobo.

Resembling a cross between a mid-90’s SNES protagonist and an overgrown Lego man, Kirobo the robot stands at just 33CM tall (which is still positively gargantuan for a Lego man). His claim to fame? Kirobo is the world’s first robot astronaut and is currently orbiting the Earth aboard the International Space Station (ISS), where he has been since August of this year.

Kirobo was designed and built during a collaboration between an advertising company called Dentsu, the University of Tokyo and car manufacturers Toyota. He was designed as a companion for Japanese astronaut Koichi Wakata, who is perhaps best known as the first Japanese person to command the ISS.

Kirobo’s creators hope that the diminutive robot will provide emotional support to Wakata, providing interesting sociological data regarding whether robotic companions can comfort individuals who are subjected to long periods of isolation.

Kirobo has been specially designed to navigate zero gravity environments, he can also speak and understand spoken commands. In fact, Kirobo has many of the same properties as a smartphone in that he can record video and make (very) long distance calls (although his high score on ‘Juice Cubes’ is not yet a matter of public record). Kirobo’s facial recognition software means that he can recognise and react to certain individuals (presumably empathizing with their moods).

In addition to being a cutting edge piece of technology, Kirobo also appears to be of a friendly disposition, the little guy has already called us from space, saying, “My dream is to see human beings and robots live together as friends,”
Kirobo also reportedly requested Wakata’s presence at the station, saying “I really want to see you soon”, he’ll be waiting a long time, however, as Wakata is not due at the ISS for about eleven months.