My lovely girlfriend just bought me a pair of Turtle Beach PX5 7.1 wireless RF headphones as its my birthday shortly. (Love ya babe - you're one in a million!!!)
They are flippin' fantastic!! Just thought I'd mention it incase anyone's been contemplating dropping £170 to get a pair, but worried about whether they actually sound any good.
You can pair your Bluetooth phone up with them and answer calls using them without interupting or having to turn off game music etc. You can also pair up a bluetooth enabled music player etc and play music through the PX5's that way, with seperate volume controls for game sound, Xbox chat and Bluetooth it is really easy to get everything balanced the way you like it. I had been worried about drop outs etc after reading that some people experience clicks and pops with RF headphones due to interference. All I can say is so far I haven't had any problems at all with that and the sound quality is significantly better than the Turtle Beach x31 headphones I used to own although the battery life does seem slightly shorter, which is not really unexpected with all the extra tricks the PX5's can do. The base unit can also output the Dolby enhanced signal to a pair of wired headphones via a 3.5mm headphone jack on the front of the unit.
They are sturdy and made with better materials than the X31's were. There are two modes: Xbox mode and PS3 mode. Each mode has 8 presets besides the standard Dolby Headphones surround sound setting. The presets cover a few different configurations such as Bass Boost, Treble Toost and other more unusual settings such as Footstep Enhancer. One clever aspect of this is that you can download new presets or indeed design your own by plugging your headphones into your computer with a USB lead and visiting the Turtle Beach website where they have the software tools. I must admit I haven't actually tried the editing software out yet as I'm happy enough just listening to the Main (Dolby Surround) mode.
Also I just bought my son a pair of the Turtle Beach XLC headphones recently - the sound quality is fairly poor when comparing them to the PX5's or X31's. It's just basic stereo from the TV headphone socket with the Xbox mic chat mixed in - no surround sound here. However they are easy to set up and smaller in size meaning they fit better on a child's head (he's only 9) than either the X31's or the PX5's. And they are much less costly to replace (£18) if they should get damaged.