dreamGEAR Wired Headset for Xbox 360
The Talking Dead
It wasn’t that long ago when life as you knew it ended. You weren’t alone in adjusting to this new hostile world, but you were certainly more alone than you had ever been before. A newly mutated rabies virus started killing off the world’s population, but that wasn’t the worst part. The worst part began when people stopped dying and instead became indiscriminately ravenous spreaders of disease. Once the peak of the crisis had settled, some people banded together. Strength in numbers often proved true. You’ve recently joined a group of survivors determined to reclaim the dangerous urban wasteland that once was New York.
28 Decibels Later
Both in-game and IRL, communication is key. You and your teammates have to stay in touch to complete missions while treating injuries, staying fed, and fighting off demented throngs of the nearly undead. The fate of the city depends on you and you depend on quality gaming accessories. When you need to say something, you want to make sure you’re heard loud and clear and you definitely don’t want to miss anything your team has to say. The dreamGEAR DG360-1717 Wired Headset can be a major factor in your strategic success.
Compatible with the Xbox 360, this headset plugs directly into the port on your wireless game controller. Powerful but lightweight and compact, it fits snugly over your ear. The microphone boom swivels so it can be comfortably worn on the right or left side and the mic itself has a spongy cover that helps filter out outside noise. You have total control in the palm of your hand with built-in volume and mute settings, and a short 3.5’ cord makes sure you don’t have a bunch of extra cable to get tangled when the action gets intense. With the DG360-1717, you can get a premium audio experience without a premium price so you can really focus on what really matters: victory and the future of civilization.
dreamGEAR Broadcaster Headset for Xbox 360
Sweat trickles down the back of your neck. The thick jungle air is choking in its humidity and although you can’t see the sun through the canopy of trees, you can feel its scorching power. You hear a rustle to your left and you swing your head and your rifle around toward the noise, but your finger stays clear of the trigger. It’s just young Private Shultz, his face ruddy from the heat. Despite the long day and the oppressive climate, he was eager and alert. Over the past day and a half, he’d certainly proven himself a valuable new member of your team.
Although you can’t see them all, if everything was going according to plan the rest of your team would be slowly closing in on the enemy camp. With a nod to Shultz, you motion him forward and then continue to creep across the uneven ground as well, head ducked low in an effort to better avoid detection. Suddenly, the atmosphere seems electrically charged. Your gut says things are about to get interesting. Seconds later shots ring out from every direction. You’ve all walked right into a trap.
Leaping off of your couch, you hit the button on your dreamGEAR DG360-1722 Broadcaster Headset to unmute your microphone and break radio silence. With the help of this classic Xbox 360 accessory, your opponents would be toast sooner rather than later. Using the control dial, you crank up the volume to better hear feedback from your friends. You hardly had to take your hand off the controller, and the cord that plugs into your controller is conveniently short so you don’t get tangled up. You’d have it no other way. You don’t have a lot of time to think.
Through the single-side ear piece, you receive the report from your teammates on the other flank with exceptional clarity. You are, in fact, completely surrounded. You give a frustrated shake of your head, but the headset doesn’t budge. It’s comfortably fitted and sturdy but perfectly lightweight. Swinging down the noise-filtering microphone, you begin issuing orders. There’s no reason to waste time worrying about misunderstandings, because everyone will hear you loud and clear. You and the rest of the crew can make it out of this one alive, thanks to the precision of this DG360-1722 headset and mic and your clever, quick thinking.