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Turtle Beach Audio Advantage SRM Review

Former staff writer    -   March 9, 2007


Closer Look:

The SRM‘s left side has a built in left microphone and an IR remote control sensor, which is for the optional remote control (Not Shown). The right side of the SRM contains the right side microphone and a volume mute control.


 


 


The SRM also comes equipped with two Optical S/PDIF adapters that plug into the Optical I/O on the SRM.

 


With cabling as expensive as it is, why would you purchase a product if it wasn’t included? All the cabling needed to use the SRM is in the box, including a 5.1 channel cable with Mini-Din connector, USB Cable and cable with 3.5mm stereo jacks.


By now you may be thinking that’s it, but no! Included in the package was a set of the Turtle Beach Ear Force Surround Sound Headphones.  The Ear Force headphones connect directly into the audio Advantage via a Mini Din jack. These headphones come complete with a detachable microphone, which if used, will automatically disable the internal microphone. The reason why headphones are included with the Audio Advantage SRM, is because this version of the SRM is called the "Audio Advantage"  SRM Home Theater combo.

 


Great - two products to test! After installing the hardware, software and looking at the specifications and features of both items I’ll put them through the gauntlet.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look Continued
  3. Installation and Configuration
  4. Configuration Continued
  5. Specifications and Features
  6. Testing
  7. Testing Continued
  8. Testing & Conclusion
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