Summary: Definitely worth the price I am thoroughly impressed with this headset!
Pros: These Headphones are fantastic as they look, feel, and act quite professional. The Leather ear pads feel great on the ears and are very comfortable. They charge via USB Micro, which is fantastic because those cables are super easy to come by since almost every new device uses that connection. The...
Cons: Because the ear pads are leather the headset doesn't "grip" your head. Since this is the case if your not careful the headset may fall off your head if you tilt your head downward.
Summary: My PC is right next to my monitor but I still have to rub my nose on the screen when I 'plug and play' because the cable that comes with is too short. I don't think plug and play is possible for people who puts their pc under the desk.
Summary: All in all, it is a great wireless headset for the money. I bought this one to replace my Logitech g930, because I lost it in the previous move, and would've cost a lot to get replaced. For the price, you cant beat it.
Pros: Great sound reproduction & quality, wireless reach is pretty accurate. If you are walking through your home through a few walls, expect some disconnects, until you get closer to the signal again. Says to charge full 10 hours first time before first use, and you get 8 hours battery life, that is a...
Cons: Wish the frame was a bit more rugged. Beeping gets annoying sometimes, I would rather have a pop-up on my screen that tells me exactly how much battery life is left, just like the Logitech g930 does. My battery wasn't getting its full charge after the first two weeks, got an RMA, waiting for repl...
Summary: The "random beeping" noises are the headset's way of telling you that its battery is low. A wireless headset is the second most-important contributor to my productivity and happiness as a computer user in my life. I bought the "low-end" model after warily ignoring the $20 logitech wireless headset.
Pros: - Good range - Good sound quality - Sturdy - Sufficiently Adjustable
Cons: - Proprietary connector (usb dongle) - can't use it with audio devices like MP3 players or stereos. - Flat, "leather" earpads were difficult to get used to, versus foam pads or ear cups.