Logitech ASTRO Gaming A40 TR Wired Gaming Headset + MixAmp Pro TR for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC/Mac

Logitech ASTRO Gaming A40 TR Wired Gaming Headset + MixAmp Pro TR for Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PC/Mac





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Level up your gaming experience with the ASTRO A40 TR Wired Gaming Headset + MixAmp Pro TR. The A40 TR is a comfortable, lightweight but rugged headset designed for marathon gaming sessions. They're backed with synthetic leather for the best acoustic performance. And, the pressure-free fit won't overheat your head.

Personalized design.
Customize your headset with the patented ASTRO Speaker Tag system. Change the appearance of your headset with custom-printed tags, reposition your boom mic and take advantage of special edition content.

Tuned for gaming.
Immerse yourself in true-to-life detail. ASTRO Audio was developed with pro gamers and game designers for enhanced clarity and detail.

Fine-tune your audio.
Critical audio controls are right at your fingertips with the MixAmp Pro TR. With 3 different EQ modes optimized for different gaming genres, you can swap modes, mute and unmute your microphone and more.
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4 reviews

50% of reviewers recommend this product.

Great headset, terrible parts

Willis . 1 year ago

I bought this headset a week ago. Out of the box the cord that goes from the headset to the amp was messed up and causing static and feedback to come thru both the mic and earpieces.

Logitech - 1 year ago

Hey there Willis, I'm very sorry to hear that. It certainly sounds like something is wrong. I would suggest contacting us via our support site, as your headset should still be well within it's warranty. -Weston from Astro

Awesome product...

KJJ1967 . 1 year ago

I bought November 2021.. They worked until they required an update. Having to update the mix amp and download the Command Center caused the device to be "bootloaded" So frustrating, considering it worked before update.