This is a Madcatz and Tritton gaming headset, built just for the Xbox 360 via a wireless connection, and is mostly an intense gaming accessory. For $300, it’s a considerable investment for your gaming repertoire, and probably worth it only if you’re serious (and are also willing to dump $300 on a surround sound headset that only works on an Xbox 360). And for just that reason, I’m not very fond of the Warhead 7.1 wireless headset. But that’s no reason to give it a low score. Let’s see just how much of a warhead it’s supposed to be.