Summary: Was nice while it worked, broke after about a year of light use. FIrst the right headphone when out, then about 2 months more of use it just went kaput. Wouldn't judge ASUS by this but I really this this was only an ASUS product in branding.
Pros: -Nice sound -comfortable -classy appearance
Cons: -in spite of its classy appearance, I did not get what I felt was a $50 set of headphones.
Pros: Comfortable, good quality sound and not overly bulky.
Cons: Exactly one year, ironically, the right ear coupling died. This is most likely due to a loose wire or bad soldering, but regardless, despite descriptions of this headset and the extra "features" to protect the wire, it didn't hold up. Good headset minus it not even lasting a single year of use.
Summary: Why are good headsets so hard to find? This is a good brand! I guess just stay away from the headsets.
Cons: Don't drop them or else you get a rattling noise in the ear enclosure that you dropped it on, unfortunately for me I dropped it on both sides, on carpet... Also, the wiring in the grommet to the enclosure is shorting out, which is making the right speaker intermittent.
Summary: I bought mine March of 2013, just a few days ago the right side stopped working. I ended up writing a tutorial on how to fix them. Google "asus orion repair tutorial". I have detailed pictures and will help you if you have any questions. Good luck everyone
Pros: Very comfortable, affordable, sleek design, retractable mic.
Cons: Not foldable, no hinge. Mic has feedback (you get used to it). The side where the cable goes in has a design flaw which destroys one of the wires. You will lose sound in the left or right speaker.
Summary: Never much used the Spitfire USB audio adapter, just didn't have the same audio quality as the Supreme FXIII on my Maximus V Gene.
Pros: Amazing sound quality Terrific Fit (I have a quite large head) Nice Cable Decent mic (for a headset)
Cons: I have had them for about a year, about 2 weeks ago I noticed the right ear was dying. If you hold the cable one way it works, if it shifts minutely it doesn't. Insert crying face here. I am going to look into getting it fixed or a replacement.
Summary: Those gamers who use certain products that they commercialize for? They'd probably win with just about any mouse, monitor or keyboard. These headsets shouldn't cost more than $30 and i'm being generous with three stars. At least for $80 you'd think you get something decent... this isn't even close.
Pros: Nice colors, somewhat and umm... that's just about it.
Cons: This sounds cheap and looks cheap. Usually a fan of Asus products when it comes to their motherboard and GPU, but I think they spend way too much trying to commercialize with pro gamers which makes buyers feel they've gotten the best thing in the world to get ready for extreme gaming experience.....