Summary: I've owned three of these, about 1 or 2 years after buying it the left ear speaker starts going out. Bought my current one in February of 2015 and it's now starting to fail in January 2016. Even though it breaks every couple of years I'm still considering getting a new one.
Pros: -Decent audio quality -Comfortable, might have to get used to it though -Decent mic quality -Cheap
Summary: I would recommend this headset, if you're looking for one under $30. I was impressed at the quality of sound for music. They aren't the greatest for it, but they weren't designed to be. I was expecting garbage, but you actually get a good amount of bass. The highs aren't shrill or to thin either.
Pros: +Decent sound for music, great sound for games +More durable than it feels +Comfortable over long periods of time (5+ hours)
Cons: -Mic is too quiet and unclear -Feels cheap -Ear cups collect dust and lint -Un-braided cable -Weak plastic clip on volume/mic control
Pros: I have a large head and it fits a little snugly but nothing that seems to be an issue even when playing games for hours on end. The earphones can be adjusted up and down but they are also on a swivel which is a nice feature and seems to increase the comfort. The sound is a good quality.
Cons: I don't really have much bad to say about this headset except that the cord seems to have been wound up so tightly that the cord is still, weeks later all curly.
Summary: If you have weird noise in the microphone...dont just blame the headphones.... its more then likely your front audio panel. I got 2 pair of these and on one of my computer it sounded bad in front and wonderful in the back connectors
Pros: awesome sound. deep bass comfortable cheap (when on sale) volume/mic control
Cons: wouldnt buy full price they feel really cheap for a "gaming quality" headset. the plastic is cheap and noisy, always afraid to break them because they make cracking sounds the cord is a little thin, but long. could have offered thicker or wrapped cables.