Ear Force DSS 7.1 Channel Dolby Surround Sound Processor

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Ear Force DSS 7.1 Channel Dolby Surround Sound Processor

  • Dolby 7.1 channel surround sound processor
  • Works with any stereo headset or headphones
  • Headphone amplifier with variable bass boost
  • Digital optical and analog stereo inputs
  • Works with XBOX 360, PlayStation 3, PC and Mac

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The Ear Force DSS 7.1 channel Dolby surround sound processor transforms any stereo headset into full, immersive surround sound for playing Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 or PC games and watching movies with Blu-ray or DVD players. It works with any set of stereo headphones and is the perfect complement to the Turtle Beach Ear Force series of stereo gaming headsets (X31, X11, XLC, Z1, Z2 and PX21). The optical digital input easily connects to a game console or media player for Dolby 7.1 channel surround.

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3 Responses to “Ear Force DSS 7.1 Channel Dolby Surround Sound Processor

  • Review by csmith400

    If you are traveling, and you need something that can handle optical 7.1 channel audio, this is a fine item to bring along. It’s a little smaller than a pack of smokes and can be run off of a usb to ac adapter. I live in a small apartment in Japan, so I don’t have space for a huge sound system. Also, I suffer from insomnia, and sometimes I want to play a game or watch a movie late at night. This gadget allows me to hook up some good headphones and enjoy my movies and games without being a pain to my roommates or neighbors.

    It’s also worth noting that the surround sound, even on standard headphones, is remarkably well-done. I have been testing it with Metal Gear Solid 4 on my ps3, which I connected to the unit with an optical cable. I’m hearing things I never noticed before in the game, and I really can sense the location of enemies and other things by sound alone with this device.

    I think audiophiles would prefer other DACs for listening to cds or lossless music, but if you want a surround sound system that can fit in your pocket or go with you on a trip, or want to be able to listen to surround sound without disturbing your neighbors or flatmates, this is what you’ve been waiting for.

    My only other suggestion is to use good headphones with this unit. It’ll work with whatever you hook into it, but better headphones will reveal the high-quality bass, mid, and treble sound that this unit produces.

  • Review by James

    This set-up was pretty fantastic, especially for the price of entry, and served me well for a couple years. As I have it set up, it turns on and off with the PS3. I don’t think you can hook a USB mic in through the DSS, but I just use the PS3 Bluetooth so it isn’t a big problem.

    With AD900s hooked in, the DSS sets up a pretty convincing soundstage. AD’s sound pretty open, like the sound is coming from further away than next to your ear (this is a plus, because the point isn’t to feel like the sound is in your head) and hooked into 5.1 the effect is pretty phenomenal. Immersive and enveloped in sound. Competitive FPSs like the COD and BFBC series benefit a lot, as general awareness of footsteps and gunshot position gives a huge advantage. Going from a 5.1 speaker set (which worked great for this purpose) to TV speakers back to 5.1 (headphones this time) I could hear a big difference.

    I would give a pretty strong recommend to a pair of AD700 headphones (terrific bang for buck there) and this Ear Force DSS for the gamer.

  • Review by S. Simes

    Well, teamed up with my px21s this little box is a dream. It actually does work, and my game play has gone up by loads on Black Ops. I can hear enemy footsteps/rc car engine from afar and also what direction it is coming from. I can not count the amount of times I saved myself from a certain death by knowing which way the enemy is coming from.

    My kills have also shot up, where as before I was a very below average player, I end up now in the top three much more often than not. My K/D ratio has gone from .45 in MW2 to 1.25 in B Ops. And all of this changed since the day I started using the headphones and the DSS.

    So yes I am 100% convinced this little gadget was worth the buy and I would recommend it 100%.

    It works very well with turtle bay headphones.

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