Designed alongside the Fusion Controller, the Fusion Headset is the ultimate in comfort and style. This gaming headset has all the features a gamer expects, with style you'll want to wear beyond the couch.
Rated 5 out of 5 by REWSH from These are a great value! My son who is extremely fickle about headsets just love the sound and comfort of these headphones. Because it was for the Holidays he had them on for up to 4 hours and never complained. It also worked great with his XBOX One as advertised!
Date published: 2017-01-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by Phlobus from What are People Talking About? Let's get one thing clear, these headphones are bad. I'm writing this review based on my experience with the Fusion Gaming Headset in a direct comparison with some other headsets both in the same price range, higher, and lower. I conducted my review in three parts: The first part was listening to music from my lg v20 cell phone, with hi-fi audio turned on, through 5 headsets. The second review was done by playing the same 10 minute portion of a game, with all 5 headsets, to test spacial accuracy, frequency response, and mic clarity. The third review was done by watching a short 5 minute movie trailer, with all 5 headsets, to test for movie performance. Both tests done on the Xbox One were also done through the Turtle Beach Pro Audio Controller. The headsets used were: The Fusion Gaming Headset, hyperx cloudx, turtle beach pro gaming tournament headset, Astro A40, Turtle Beach Earforce Seven. The Fusion headset performed poorly in all tests. With the cellphone, the headset is very quite in comparison to all other headsets. With both the TB Pro headset and the HyperX, the fusion volume was almost twice as quiet. Through test two and three, the Fusion headset performed very poorly. Even with the TB audio controller, the headset still seemed under powered. When the volume was turned up high, the speakers could not handle the bass. Even with 50mm drivers, the bass still popped and seemed punchy, rather than a powerful rumble like the HyperX 's and the clarity wasn't there. The headband and earcups are also not comfortable at all. I wouldn't wear these for more than 30 minutes. This headset performed very much like a cheap $29.99 pair of headphones with 40mm drivers. All in all, if you have never experienced a decent pair of headphones, then these may seem somewhat impressive at first (like the first time you experienced a pair of Skull Candy's as a kid). But, if you own any pair of headphones like I listed above, or any headphone with quality 50mm drivers or above, then these will surely disappoint. These were returned promptly to the store.
Date published: 2017-01-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by gamerlife from great quality and sound at a great price Purchased 2 sets for me and a friend and i am very happy with them. would recommend them to anyone looking for a good headset at a low price.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by Optix from Amazing! First off, that price is great. I was first using it with the Xbox stereo chat adapter and I couldn't hear the mic monitoring, it sounded terrible I was ready to take it back as it was a Christmas present and was a lil disappointed. Until I had an idea, unplug the chat adapter and plug it straight into the controller. Also Xbox has an easier way to adjust the volume in the settings. Well needless to say bingo that worked! I can hear the mic monitoring and it sounds a lot better. It's definitely made for the newer controllers with the 3.5mm stereo headset jack. It's a bit weighty, but well made. I have a big head and it fits comfortably. I highly recommend this headset.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by thunderkiss71 from fushion headset amazing in every way simple if you want amazing sound these are the best had turtle beach and turtle beach is not even in the running compared i have tried a lot of brands and these are just awesome and i tell you that these are a must have
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by Chopsuey9444 from Power A's overlooked headset. I tend to buy a lot of headsets for both gaming and listening to music/ watching videos as I work. My only knowledge of Power A is that they are best known for budget-friendly 3rd party peripherals that one would often see lining the walls of most game stores ranging from batteries to controllers. I don't know of any attempts at gaming headsets, but the Fusion headset was recently introduced in late November along with a redesigned premium controller and a single ear-piece chat communicator. The headset itself could easily run for $70-80, but I managed to scoop it during Black Friday for only $40. At first glance, it's simple, yet premium looking sporting a jet-black design and the Power A logo on each ear cup. The headset came with a removable metal mic and a braided male-to-male headphone jack. The ear cups featured soft, foam, over-the-ear cushions that does not get uncomfortable after a while. They also can rotate for placement around the neck. The headpiece itself may be aluminum or plastic within a foam cushion which is fully adjustable and comfortable. The headset has a mute button and a volume slider. Sound-quality wise, it's great, even better than the expectation I had for a $40 headset. Bass is punchy, but not overtly. Highs were decent as were the lows. It's not audiophile-quality as expected, but for the price, the Fusion is great for listening to music. Overall, a recommended pick for a headset. Also, it is universal and is advertised to work with all current consoles. It's easily overlooked and deserves a spotlight over most of the current offerings.
Date published: 2016-11-27