Reviews and Problems with Cooler Master Sgh-6000-kk5r1
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Elizabeth Davis, Amazon
3 April 2014
Summary: I didn't get a chance to use this. It was bought cause I thought I could use this with Xbox 360 but it wouldn't work. I returned item because I bought wrong product as it doesn't work with that system.
Summary: These are great Pros Sound is really good Music and Games sound great at 5.1 Love the Control Mic is good too, you can move it out of your way The Lights are a plus You can connect them using USB or 3.5mm Adapter Cancel outside noise on speakers + mic Cons If you have a big head dont buy this, they are so tight your ears will hurt, i have a normal size head i would even say small but i cant used them for long periods of time.
Summary: I bought this for online gaming and casual music listening. Pros: * Cool look. * The external amp/USB sound card is ergonomic and stays put. The feel of the knob is quite nice. * Comfortable. It is on the heavy side, but I can wear the headphones for a long time without a problem. * The positional audio does work. It does actually seem like things are coming from different directions. Cons: * The sound through the provided amp/USB sound card is quite poor.
Summary: The Good- They are comfortable and they look really nice. The construction is sturdy, probably the best I've owned in that regard. The braided cable is a nice touch as well. They sound really good after some tweaking. The Bad- You have to tweak them to get a decent mix between lows, mids and highs. Out of the box it's all highs and lows which really sounds odd in shooters like battlefield 3.
Summary: I've had this headset for over 2 years now, last attempt to contact their support for assistance received no response. If you have an add-on sound card you can forget about this, since the true 5.1 surround sound requires USB connection with its own standalone driver. You can connect without the USB but its driver won't work with the headset anymore and will conflict with your sound card's driver, I had to uninstall its driver completely for it to work, but then the 5.1...
Cooler Master gets it right--and in a big way. #UPDATED - Not so much.#
28 October 2011
Summary: I hate making an overly dramatic statement about anything, but I can't help it this time. This is simply the best, most full-featured headset I've ever used. That is, at least for me and the features I care about. Let me start by saying, I've been an avid PC gamer for as long as there have been sound cards and headsets to go with them.