Pros: The bass is actually pretty decent with this headset. When you add the vibration, it makes the bass seem even better. Reminds me of when I had a system in my car. Nice crisp clear sound. Primarily use these for gaming and they work nicely. Bought for $40 bucks on sale. Cant complain. Plug and play.
Cons: None really. Corded but not a deal breaker for me. The red color just happened to go with the theme of my build. Dont know if i would of bought them otherwise.
Pros: Sound is pretty good from what I have used so far. I prefer the vibration to be on because it seems to add just a little something to the bass effect in songs. Fits my big head (hat size is 7 3/4 or 7 7/8). Very comfortable and even has a slight noise cancelling effect when not playing any sound. Fold-up mic is great although I haven't really got to use it for much and definitely like the volume wheel. The appearance is nice and seem sturdy enough. Setup was pretty ea...
Cons: The only con I can even begin to think of would be the cord is a bright redish pink color. I happen to like it, but I could see someone not liking it.
Summary: I really love these headphones, I'm only giving it a two, because of the skin irritation part (I get red line marks on my neck after each use). I used these headphones over two weeks to give an honest opinion overall was impressed, but they're just not for me.
Pros: The padding at the top of the Headphones, the option for bass to shake the headphones to give optimal music or video game experience, the option to change the volume up and down extremely quickly, and lastly the way the mic mutes itself when you move it into its closed position.
Cons: Ok lets jump right into it, I find There are only 3 major problems, firstly the microphone quality is pretty low, its pretty fuzzy when I'm talking to friends but they can understand me fairly well, secondly the cable that runs into the headset (into the left speaker) is pretty close to the skin and can cause irritation when moving your head back and forth, if you have sensitive skin like me this can become a problem, lastly the usb plug, I don't know if its just my u...
Summary: Is good deal for the price and will last an OK amount of time and has good sound quality.
Pros: Good sound quality Good microphone
Cons: leaks sound to mic after about 1 week the volume knob quit working i sent it in and they fixed it and i started keeping it n its box whenever not in sue and 6 months later the same thing happened. Is usable but no control over volume, was lucky it wasn't to loud when it broke. Asking a few people i know who have this headset it appears to be a defect with the headset.
Excerpt: Good sound quality. Having the rotating volume control on the headset is a plus. The Base Boost button switch is a nice touch too, but in most cases, the added base was unnecessary. The headset is pretty comforatble, reminicent of the venerable Koss headphones from a few decades back.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Good sound quality
Summary: For the price, I honestly can't complain. I'm coming from a pair of SteelSeries Siberia V2, and the sound quality is significantly better.
Pros: I'll start off by writing about the bass. This headset delivers when it comes to bass. Even without the vibration feature (which I didn't really like, will speak about it in Cons), I messed with the equalizer a bit and fine-tuned it to my likings. In that aspect, it's all I could ask for and then some. The microphone is nice and clear after enabling the "AGC" AKA microphone-boost. The headset fits nice on my head, and I have quite the large head, lol.
Cons: As stated above, I wasn't a fan of the vibration feature. It was almost distracting how intense it was in FPS games like CS:GO and such. As it stands, I only use the vibration for music, and that's very seldom. Another complaint is the actual weight of the headset. It sets very heavily on the top of my head, which took awhile to get used to. It actually gave me a headache the first day, but two days later and I'm all used to it. The ear cushions are rather stiff, but ...