I got some Astro A50 wireless Halo Edition headphones as a gift for Christmas of 2015 and they've been serving me well for the past two years. I've been using these headphones as the main audio (headset and mic) for both my Xbox and PC since the Audio Transmitter has multiple inputs that make it such a great device. Right now my current set up is USB power from my PC with an AUX cable for PC Audio but still using the USB for the mic (When using the USB for PC audio I couldn't change the volume through computer controls so I switched to AUX) and an optical audio cable for the Xbox audio. This is all comfortably housed in the stand with a USB cable coming out of the stand for when I charge the headset. I've been treating these headphones extremely well. Every time I need to leave my PC or Xbox I turn them off and when I come back I turn them on. I charge them every night for the next morning. I've never done anything to harm them, never put them down too hard, never scratched them, always cared for them. I've had no real issues with the headphones over the years, all that's happened so far were surmountable problems such as, the Xbox mic connection issues, and the volume dial getting a bit weird. The dial was weird as when I tried to increase the volume it instead decreased it by a significant margin, but if I applied pressure to the dial it would work normally. The problem that I am coming across recently is that the headphone is experiencing some weird input issues. For one, none of the buttons or dials are working so the headset cannot be turned off. The first time this happened I let the headset die so it could reboot and it worked for a time. Then the second time this happened, I turned on the headset and the indicator light flashed red until solid and then all audio cut out and all the button inputs died. Since this button error happened twice I decided to try to get some help looking into the longevity of my headset. Since this is long past the warranty period and I never bothered to register it, I was wondering if Astro offered a service that could help repair the headphones and help me get them registered so I could purchase an extended warranty in case anything else happened down the road. I've followed the instruction manual to the letter and cleaned the ear cups from time to time. They were bought after the firmware patch so I assumed they were updated as well. These are fantastic headphones and I don't want to see them become anything more than decor.