Astro A40 TR Headset + MixAmp Pro 2019

Astro A40 TR Headset + MixAmp Pro 2019 Review

Astro A40 TR Headset + MixAmp Pro 2019 -The Astro A40 TR headset has been around for a few years, but it is only recently that it has been upgraded to be compatible with the latest Atmos technology. The headset features a similar design to its predecessor, with a headband made primarily of matte black plastic and aluminum struts connecting the earcups and headband for a smooth vertical adjustment. The headset is also fitted with over-ear earpads that are made of soft cloth and memory foam. There is a rectangular pad of the same material that is mounted on the underside of the headband between two flexible plastic bands.


While the Astro A40 TR isn’t a perfect headset, it does perform very well in most aspects. For example, it delivers adequate bass and mids for many applications, bucking the trend of hollow, tinny headsets. Its flat EQ setting responds well to EQ adjustments, but the headset’s bass is too high for FPS games.

As a wired gaming headset, the Astro A40 TR with MixAmp Pro 2019 is much more powerful than the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset. It offers a wider soundstage, better bass response, and a more customizable software interface. It also includes a top-notch base station, allowing users to mix channels live and have full control over the sound.

The Astro A40 TR headset features a 3.5mm headphone jack that’s compatible with almost all devices. It can be used with PlayStation 5 or PS4, Xbox One, or Nintendo Switch, even in handheld mode. The headset includes a detachable cable and a splitter. If you need to use the headset in closed-back mode, you can purchase a Noise Isolating Mod Kit to convert it into a closed-back headset.

The A40 TR also comes with a Mod Kit that allows users to customize their sound through a series of accessories. The kit contains a special voice isolating microphone, synthetic leather ear pads, and closed back speaker tags. The Astro Mod Kit can cost up to $60 and can be bought in different colors. It comes in a dark gray Halo-themed version, and a blue version.

The A40 is a solid product, and is light for its size. It weighs just 13 ounces without a cable. It also features a 6.5-foot cable with an inline microphone mute switch. The cable terminates in a four-pole 3.5mm plug, so it’s compatible with most modern PCs and games. You can also buy the standalone A40, but you won’t find this cable with the MixAmp Pro TR headset.


If you are looking for a quality mixing headset, Astro makes a pair of great options for you. Their Astro A40 TR headphones come in open back and closed back configurations, with the former being an extra $60. They are made from mostly plastic and the boom microphone pivots 360 degrees for easy adjustments. They are equipped with a MixAmp box, which features a large gunmetal knob and is a great option if you need to make adjustments on the fly.

These headphones are also great for gaming, with a low amount of audio latency and a very good microphone. The Astro A40 is able to separate voice from background noise with ease, and you can use the MixAmp controls to tweak the game audio levels and select EQ presets.

While the Astro A40 TR is a good wired gaming headset, the Logitech G Pro X Gaming Headset offers better audio quality and more customization options. But for those looking for a wireless headset, you can opt for the PDP LVL50 Wireless headset. It’s inexpensive, but adds a wireless connection. The Astro A40 TR is also a good choice if you’re a streamer.

The Astro A40 TR comes with a microphone that connects to an external device through a standard 3.5mm headphone jack. This means that you can use it with modern games consoles, like the PlayStation 5, and Xbox One. It’s also compatible with handheld devices like the Nintendo Switch. The headset also includes a cable for connecting with different devices. It doesn’t come with the MixAmp Pro TR, but is separate.

The Astro A40 TR Headset includes a MixAmp Pro TR audio processor, which allows you to hear the game audio without any lag or interference. It also features an open-back design, with a precision microphone and adjustable Speaker Tags. You can also convert the open-back headset to a closed-back one with a Mod Kit. The closed-back option will require a noise-isolating Mod Kit.


The Astro A40 TR is a current generation headset that works with MixAmp Pro. While it doesn’t offer 7.1 surround sound, it does offer a 3.5mm headphone jack. This makes it compatible with a wide range of consoles. The headset also features a detachable cable and a TRS microphone input connector.

The Astro A40 TR comes in a stylish black box with an Astro logo on the top-right corner. It features a brief description of the headset’s features, and it includes a picture of the headset’s parts. It also has an aluminum grill on its boom microphone. The microphone is also detachable and pivots 360 degrees, which allows for convenient microphone adjustments.

The Astro A40 is compatible with Xbox One, as it includes an optical audio port. It can also connect to PCs via the USB port. It also comes with a set of audio cables, including 3.5mm audio cables and optical audio cables.

The Astro A40 TR headset is comfortable and light, and it’s designed for long gaming sessions. It is available in special editions with customisable Speaker Tags. The Astro A40 TR has plenty of accessories for gamers, including the MixAmp Pro TR.

The Astro A40 comes with a microphone and an audio splitter. The MixAmp software lets you adjust the audio volume while in chat. The headset sounds great while gaming. The open-back design provides spatial awareness, while the MixAmp software simulates 7.1 surround sound. You can also adjust the volume and EQ settings using the software. The MixAmp can also save your equalization preferences to the MixAmp.

The Astro A40 comes with a detachable boom mic, which is also removable. It also features a 3.5mm audio cord. Both headsets have adjustable headbands and removable ear cups. It also comes with a mute button halfway down the audio cord.

Sound quality

The sound quality of the Astro A40 tr headset is impressive, with a punchier bass and a fuller tone. However, the real star of the package is the MixAmp, which allows you to tweak your voice/stream mix and adjust the output to your liking. This is a godsend for streamers and couch gamers alike who are tired of the awful sound of corded headsets.

The Astro A40 TR features a set of adjustable ear cups that allow you to tweak the sound quality of the headset according to your preferences. This headset can be further customized with the optional Astro A40 Mod Kit for $59 USD. This kit contains synthetic leather ear cushions, an additional microphone, and a closed back headphone cover with a silicone baffle that effectively blocks outside noise.

The Astro A40 TR’s low-end range is adequate for playing FPS games, but the high-midrange is too harsh. The headphones are also too bassy for playing FPS games, with bass being too prominent. While the Astro A40 TR isn’t an audiophile’s dream, it does deliver decent sound quality, and we’re confident that it’s worth the price tag.

The Astro A40 TR headset offers acceptable stability and fit, but isn’t suitable for sports use. It doesn’t fit tightly on your head, and the bulky earcups will sway around during physical activity. Its cable is also likely to snag on something and cause it to move unpredictably.

Astro A40 TR Headset + MixAmp Pro 2019 is good as a stand-alone product, but it’s a much better deal when paired with a MixAmp mixer. The MixAmp offers the best level of control and has a variety of input ports and a very intuitive user interface.

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