i actually think my a40s are better not becuase of price thats why i avoided them as long as i did. but after investing money in x3 x4 x31 x1 and x11 all to break except the x11(which i love) i went for something that sounds tons better and is equal (tho i say better) quality and fidelity as the turtle beach sets ive had. do you even own any of the headsets or did you just come here to flame. i came offering a simple suggestion to his headset shopping worrys you came complaining. also there hasnt even been any real specs of the logitech headset (dont go pulling specs of the g37 acting as if you were right) BLOW HARD
If YOU are breaking your electronics, that's not the fault of the product itself--its YOUR problem. Even still, if you had those other Turtlebeach headsets, you probably broke the controller cable and that's it. Apparently you didn't bother to contact them for a replacement. There are these new inventions called warranties you know.
And big deal--you blew your money on an overpriced piece of plastic. Well done. And yes, I own an Astro setup as well as a Tritton AxPro (which is absolute trash) and multiple Turtlebeach headsets. Based on my experience with all of them--and surprisingly none have broken because I actually care for my electronics--the Turtlebeach headsets are by far the best bang for the buck. Anyone can argue about "sound quality", but take a look at the features in each and figure it out for yourself.
As for the Logitech headset, you obviously didn't look too hard on their website because all the info is right there. Either way, you can't get Dolby or any sort of surround sound out of the audio jacks that are on it. If you don't know what you're talking about (which is very evident), you should really say that before making your statements.