Chalgyr's Game Room writes:
A wireless headset can be a tricky thing. Hooking straight into a device is going to give you the best quality results in the end. Things like battery life, signal quality and the potential for interference are eliminated, allowing the headset to simply function without those potential hiccups. However, in some situations, a wireless headset simply solves a need. In my case, it is multiple devices hooked up at a television on the other side of a busy room where people are walking back and forth. A wired headset is impractical for this situation, so it was off to test the Afterglow Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound Wireless Headset which performed pretty admirably.