MadCatz released Tritton Detonator headset for Xbox 360

Mad Catz Interactive has released their co-branded with Microsoft gaming headset called Tritton Detonator, which promises to take your gaming audio to the next level and will also work with your MP3 player and smartphone.

This officially licensed Stereo USB gaming headset is equipped with  50mm Neodymium Drivers, padded, adjustable headband and soft, pliable earcups designed for extended gaming sessions. Tritton Detonator also has detachable boom mic, paired with Selective Voice Monitoring (SVM) feature that will allow you to enable/disable the ability to hear your own voice, and in-line remote control with independent voice, volume and game mute buttons. And the most convenient here is that the headset comes with a 3.5mm jack,  allowing you to connect it to your MP3 player, smartphone or laptop.

MadCatz Tritton Detonator headset for Xbox 360

Tritton Detonator headset for Xbox 360  is available for $80.

MadCatz Tritton Detonator headset

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