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ASTRO Gaming A50 Xbox One - White

Platform : Xbox One, Mac, Windows, PlayStation
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  • A50 Wireless Headset
  • Mix Amp Tx, AG1 and Display Stand Headset Cables
  • 0.5M Micro-USB Cable, 1.0M AG1 Xbox One Chat Cable
  • Mix Amp Tx Cables, 1.0M Micro-USB Cable, 1.0M TO Slink Optical Cable
  • For any queries and product issues ,please reach out to http://astro.gg/AGHELP help@astrogaming.com
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Game Information

  • Platform:     Windows, Xbox One, Mac, PlayStation
  • PEGI Rating: Unknown
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product description

TROUBLE SHOOTING STEPS:- Reset the headset and the MixAmp TXD and update the firmware to the latest version- Move away any wireless routers or transmitters that operate at the same frequency from close proximity to the MixAmp TXD- Make sure that the cables are connected property via the various systems. (Optical cable, power cable)- Make sure that the microphone for the A50 is selected in Windows/Xbox One/PS4 properly so that alternate microphones aren?t picking up sound (usually the Xbox One Kinect, most PC webcams, etc can do this) Just as consoles evolve, so do our headsets, so we've fine-tuned and updated our A50 to make the best available headset in wireless gaming to your Xbox One. Broadcasting with cutting edge wireless Kleernet 5.8ghz technology, the A50 employs three varied EQ modes designed to fit your audio needs. The uni-directional microphone delivers communication to your teammates by isolating your voice from any background noise in the room. We've designed this headset to be lightweight and adjust easily to your cranium to ensure maximum comfort for those games that last long into the night. And when you're done it fits perfectly on its own headset stand.if not using the included AG1 cable, They could be receiving outgoing voice through their defect Xbox One Kinect sensor WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm


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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars The best I've found, but still not perfect. 1 November 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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Quick Note: I got the Xbox version because I wanted to be able to use it with my Xbox and PS4 both, and though the two models are exactly the same, with exactly the same price, only the Xbox version comes with the required controller-to-headset cable that Xbox chat requires.

Firstly, and perhaps most importantly, this is one of the most comfortable headsets I've ever worn, and that includes many Sennheisers, Grados, Sony Studio Headsets, etc. The ear cups are large enough to fully enclose your ears, so your ears don't start hurting from being pressed against your head after extended wear, and the top band is heavily padded and very comfortable. The comfort is achieved by making the headset fairly wide, so they definitely aren't something you'd look cool walking around in, but since this is a gaming headset, who cares?

Setup is definitely easier than the wired headsets I've used, but it's still not effortless. You have to connect the console to the transceiver base via both optical (audio) and USB (power and data) - there's also a regular 1/8 stereo "aux" jack if you need it. The base, which sits in the bottom of a handy, if rather cheap stand, also has a full-sized rectangular USB port for connecting the headset charging cable, which is a standard Male USB to Male MicroUSB cable like most gadgets use these days. I've also had no trouble charging the headset via a wall charger near my couch, and the headset can be charged during use if you have a convenient plug and long enough cable.

If I could make one definite request of Astro, it would be to either sell some sort of optical/USB switch (which both consoles' optical and USB cables would connect to, with a single optical/USB output to the transceiver) that could be used to easily toggle between two systems, or sell a version of the transceiver that supports two systems directly. It would obviously have to be a little bit larger, but considering the current one is pretty dang small, I don't think that would be a problem. Right now it's a big pain in the butt to switch the headset from one console to the other, as I've gotta dig around in the back of my AV shelves, find the right cables by touch, gingerly extract them so as to not unplug anything else accidentally, re-route the cables to the other console, and plug them in by touch (which is almost impossible with an optical jack). I'm considering just buying another optical cable and USB cable and just leaving one set plugged in to each console at all times, so when I switch I just unplug the transceiver from one console's cables and plug in the other console's cables.

ANYWAY, onto the headset. The sound quality is good for a gaming headset, but it's not going to beat a pair of Sennheisers for the same price. The surround sound is noticeable but not quite as... distinct as I'd like it to be - I can tell if something is behind me and generally what direction, but I rarely get a sense of how far away it is. I know that it's hard to get enough separation in such a small space, so I can't really count that against them. Minor quibble aside, it's still quite useful, especially in first person games where situational awareness is key. Voice chat quality is good, both sending (or at least, that's what my friends tell me) and receiving.

All of the audio controls are on the headset itself. They take a bit of getting used to, as ideally you'll be using them all blind, but once you figure out how to "get your bearings" with your hand - I just lightly grip the ear cup at its corners, with my thumb on the master volume wheel at the bottom back corner - it works just the way the designers intended. The mute is pretty easy to figure out (just flip the mic up until it's parallel to the headband) but it can take a couple of seconds, and requires letting go of your controller with one hand. It can also be quite loud over the mic unless you're very, very careful when you do it. I'd prefer to have a button instead (or in addition), as it would be faster, easier, and quieter. The current mute serves another purpose, which is to encourage people to fold the mic up when putting down the headset (as common sense and common courtesy both dictate), but that's not a good enough reason not to offer another method.

The other controls on the headset (all of which are on the right ear-cup) are master volume (a wheel you can easily adjust with your thumb), equalizer setting (with Media [bass heavy], Core [balanced for single player games], and Pro [boosted high frequencies]) via a slider switch with a nice big nub you can easily feel, and Game/Chat audio balance, which is actually the whole outer panel of the right ear cup. Press near the front to make game audio more dominant, and press near the back to make chat audio more dominant. There are also handy audio notifications when you're at max game, max chat, and 50/50. They could be better, as both the "max game" and "max chat" notifications are two short beeps, just at slightly different frequencies, but that's mitigated by the fact that you should know whether you're trying to make game or chat louder - you're not going to hear the "max chat" noise if you're increasing the game audio prominence. If you're holding down one side or the other to change the balance quickly, it will stop when you reach 50/50 so you don't have to manually back up like when you overshoot when fast-forwarding a DVR.

The lack of manual microphone sensitivity control is annoying. If I record a voice chat message and then re-listen to it, I get BLASTED by the first syllable, then the rest of the message is at a normal volume. I've also had several of my friends complain that my chat is rather quiet, and other than putting the mic closer to my mouth (and it was already like 2 inches directly in front of my mouth) there was nothing I could do about it. I've also had a problem with a lot of audio echoes - I'm not actually sure it's the headset that's causing it, but when I experience at least minor echoes 95% of the time, and BAD echoes maybe 10% of the time, it makes me wonder.

My other two complaints are:
1) for $300, the headphone stand shouldn't just be cheap, brittle plastic, and it should be able to charge the headphones by sitting them on it.
2) Whenever the xbox controller experiences interference or drops its connection for a second, there's a painfully loud electronic spitting noise, like a split second of TV static with the volume all the way up - and if the Xbox controller decides to have a little fit, the resulting sound storm can and has resulted in thankfully mild and temporary tinnitus. I realize that it's probably just playing the audio it's receiving from the controller, but it really shouldn't be hard to add a 50 cent low pass filter into the Xbox live controller cable to prevent the full brunt of the noise hitting my eardrums.

PROS:
* Extremely comfortable
* Good battery life (6-8 hours on average at a slightly-below-movie-theater volume)
* Good sound quality
* Well thought-out controls (mostly)
* Handy display stand
* Good surround sound for headphones
* Good build quality
* Looks dang good for a gaming headset

CONS:
* Only way to mute it is to flip the mic up, which everyone can hear unless you're careful
* No microphone gain control
* Frequent echoes, though I can't be sure that's the headset's fault (and yes, I do have my stereo muted)
* Tedious to switch between multiple consoles
* Painfully loud static spitting noise when Xbox controller has wireless interference
* Headset stand should provide contact charging rather than requiring a micro USB cable
* Does not provide any Audio options in controller's device settings on Xbox like some other headsets do
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great but fragile 6 April 2017
By Autumn - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
The headphones themselves work great, amazing sound. Gives off very good directional sound for games like rainbow six siege which require that sort of directional knowledge. The only beef I have with these headphones, are the top piece to them that has the padding on the top of your head, is only held on by a couple small pieces of plastic. Very easy to break... which mine did. Once broken, I have tried multiple fixes including tape, glue, extra padding, all of which do not give the original flexibility and comfort that you get out of the package. They are great headphones, just wish that portion was built stronger instead of for pure cosmetics.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best. Headset. Ever. 5 March 2016
By Eric Parks - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Just got my A50's today. An upgrade from my TB XO Sevens that broke a few days ago. And man, what an upgrade. These cans are FANTASTIC! I though my TB's were awesome? The Astro A50's blow them away. I'm hearing things in my games I never knew were there. Extremely happy I spent the extra cash and went big.

Setup was easy. I did have some static interference, but did some research. My 5GHz band router was broadcasting on the same channels the A50's use. If you run into this problem it's an easy fix. Go to router settings and drop the 5GHz band to > 140. It won't negativity impact your router signal, so don't worry if you get a pop-up warning. They work perfectly now.

If you're a hardcore gamer, or audiophile, or both. Do yourself a favor and treat yourself to this headset. Your ears will rejoice. Also, they are extremely comfortable. I've been wearing them all day!

Bonus, the charging system for the internal batteries is micro-USB, so the cable you use to charge your X1 and PS4 controllers can charge your headset too. Convenience!!
3.0 out of 5 stars Not for $300 ever 18 July 2016
By Brad M. - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I bought these because I heard ASTRO was the name to beat when it came to wireless technology and great sound. The problem is, they're just not. They're easily worth $130-150. At that price, they're about par when compared to other sets, but they make up for it with style, a stand, and construction. However, they're definitely not the kind of thing I could never see spending $300 on. They buzz, loudly. I was able to minimize this by turning them to about mid and using the machine to turn it up. Works well with the optical. The sound itself is comparable to just about every gaming set on the market, and the battery out right blows. I mean.. I have 4 other pairs of different wireless sets and these are just... What. If you're having A LOT of trouble with your phones, make sure you update them. I was having a ton of problems with mine before then.

If you want to show off to your friends, buy these. If you want sound, get headphones. Not headsets. If you want a cheap middle ground, get the Corsair 2100H.
5.0 out of 5 stars Great headset to get on sale 26 January 2016
By Alex Fisher - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
The Astros are an absolute delight, for $220. I picked it up on sale for $220. I personally feel that these aren't worth $300. Not saying it's bad or anything, I fee like no headphones for the consoles would ever be worth $300 just because of how much money that is. For me, $200 is pretty much how much I'd spend for any headphones. That being said, these are great. Lots of bass clear highs and mods, great quality, and the surround sound is excellent as well. Battery life is around 8 hours and I recommend charging as much as possible, as in if you play for an hour, charge it to full anyways, these batteries do well when you charge them in short bursts. And no need to worry, when it's fully charged it switches off the battery and switches to the USB power, so t doesn't harm the battery. Wireless range is great as wel, comfort is top notch, never have I ever put a pair of headphones on my head and be that satisfied with the comfort. I would probably give this headset a 8/10 for $200. And that might be because I'm very conservative when it comes to spending money. This headset is multi platform and works on anything except phones. Great purchase,but I still think you should wait for a sale


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