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Submitted by BLACKBIBLE 562d ago | review

GamerFitNation: Pulse Wireless Stereo Headset Elite Edition Review

This is GamerFitNation's Antwand "BlackBible" Pearman Pulse Wireless Stereo Headset Review. A Head set that shows gaming has style. Available this fall for $149.99 (MSRP), this headset is an incredible value, giving you a great sound experience for gaming at home on PS3, or on the go using your PS Vita or mobile device. (PS3, PS3 Pulse Wireless Stereo Headset - Elite Edition, Tech) 10/10

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DivineAssault  +   562d ago
eff ya! The $150 price tag is great for what u get.. I love em & feel it was a great investment.. Works great on vita & my phone too..

Only thing that sucks is that it didnt come with a charger so i need to plug it into my PS3 w the same cable as the dual shock.. Also the button placement takes some getting used to but the sound is amazing..

3.5 hrs to charge it completely from zero, easy plug & use set up, crystal clear sound & communication, & the pulse vibration really sucks u into the game... They dont make your ears hot & feel great for long periods of time.

If u want a great set of headphones for gaming, for your phone, for your computer or laptop, BUY these mo fos.. you WONT be disappointed
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dorron  +   562d ago
Does this work with TVs too? If so, wired or wireless?

Thanks in advance.
DivineAssault  +   562d ago
it works with TVs as long as u have the inputs on it.. My tv doesnt have usb or headphone jacks so i havent tried it.. Im assuming if u can plug the usb head into the computer & it works wirelessly, the same should apply to the TV but idk for sure.. I tried it on my PC, Laptop, Vita, & PS3 so far & im impressed
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LOGICWINS  +   562d ago
Black, I noticed that these are "stereo" headsets, not "surround" sound headsets. I'm looking for a replacement for my surround Tritton Ax Pros, which are great, but I'm tired of all the wires. The vibration has me excited, but hows the actual surround sound?
BLACKBIBLE  +   562d ago
If you're looking for something to give you that movie theater feel. The previous ones are good, but it's limited to what the bluetooth can plug into via USB. With the pulse it's the same case, excepted you can go wired. Plus the vibration function and sound clarity is amazing. 7.1 in fact.
LOGICWINS  +   562d ago
Wow thx! I think uve convinced me to buy a pair!
gijsbrecht  +   562d ago
So it is already out in the States, I understand? I believe the Pulse is not due until November in Europe, if I am not mistaken. I will certainly pick it up.
kingPoS  +   562d ago
I'll definitely be geting these. I've always wanted the old set to work on my tv. Now I can use the 3.5 jack on the dongle via powered usb.

That functionally alone is very attractive, not to mention all the other bells & whistles packed in. Simply put, the simple 3.5 jack intergration has won me over.
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