The Ear Force PX22 ship in a black box with a large image of the headset and some of its key features on the front.
The back of the box holds the specifications and shows a clearer image of the headset and in-line amplifier.
Inside the box are the PX22 headset, a small box with a quick start guide, a box with cables, the in-line amplifier and some Turtle Beach stickers.
Included with the headset are the in-line amplifier with a very lengthy cable, an RCA Splitter cable, Xbox 360 Chat cable and 3.5mm Aux cable.
Moving to the left hand side of the in-line amplifier we can see the Mic Switch, Bass Controls and Treble Controls. The bottom end of the amplifier houses the headset jack.
The Mic Switch lets you use the headset to answer calls, turn Mic Boost on and off and mute the microphone entirely. Each status has its own colored LED, making it easier to identify which setting you have chosen.
Along the top of the amplifier we can see the input jacks for mobile devices and the Xbox 360 Chat cable.
Switching to the right hand side and starting from the bottom there are three scroll wheels to adjust Game Volume, Chat Control and the variable Mic Monitor which can be used to listen to the microphone, helping you determine if your chat settings are correct.
The headphones have been constructed out of plastic with a cloth surface on the inner cups and headband.
The ear cups are branded with the Major League Gaming logo and the model name is clearly visible.
The top of the headband also prominently displays the Turtle Beach brand name.