This week I have spending some time testing the Tritton 720+ 7.1 surround headset from Tritton, a multi format gaming headset with support for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 aimed at the enthusiast gaming market. There is some stiff competition in the gaming headset market, but Tritton have gone all out on the feature list with this one, so it will be interesting to see how well it holds up under close inspection.
Tritton are rapidly becoming one of my favourite brands here at eTeknix, or should I say MadCatz. With products like their Xbox 360 racing wheel, Seitek flight sticks, MadCatz MLG Pro Controller, Tritton Detonator Headset for Xbox 360 and the Tritton Warhead 7.1 Headset for Xbox 360 already walking away with eTeknix awards over the last few months, so when I heard I was going to be allowed to review the 720+ I was excited to hear that I would be getting to take another one of their products out for spin.
Tritton have been on the market now since 2000, making everything from headsets to external video card tech, right up until they were taken under in by the MadCatz brand. They kept the Tritton name but now Tritton is the gaming audio brand of MadCatz.
“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
Its easy to spot a Tritton headset, with their high contrast colous, strong design features and premium quality. Lets start by taking a closer look at the 720+ surround headset and see if it hold up to the Tritton standards of style and quality. With a price tag of around £120 this isn’t a cheap product, but it does hold a lot of features and promise, so lets see how it performs and see if we can justify that premium price tag.
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