Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster EVO Wireless
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Red plastic makes you look like a gamer even if
4 October 2015
Summary: By Shanghai Kid I purchased the USB version sight-unseen as an open box item at a much lower price. They were essentially new, plastic still on the earcups. Didn't return them but if I'd bought them on Amazon, I would have done so.
Summary: By echofoxtrot First I'd like to say I am a MAJOR audiophile. Major meaning I don't even listen to music (as much as I want to) unless it sounds like crystal and deep but mature bass. Secondly I rate based off things I enjoy and prefer.
High end Gaming Headsets over Bluetooth are still improving.
18 October 2013
Summary: By M. Hughes I thought I'd done enough research, but I learned a lesson for those looking to buy new technology. There's never enough places to research. The more advanced the technology you want to buy the more you need to make sure it's correct, because the only place with this information was the...
Nice sounding headphones, and the wireless features are great!
17 October 2013
Summary: By Michael O. I'm kind of a headphone/headset junkie. I own numerous pairs of higher end headphones, and I seem to like each one best for different applications, like high fidelity music at home, or gaming, or paired with an iPod, etc.
Wireless Audio with No Compromises - UPDATE: Broke after less than two years
23 September 2013
Summary: By Michael J. Descy Update: I really liked these headphones but they broke in two pieces right above the right ear cup after less than two years. I used them heavily but treated them gently (they never left my desk and were stored on a stand).
Summary: Pro: if you using it with USB cable it has a great sound quality. Contra: -no driver support for Bluetooth connection -in hands-free mode it has a really really horrible quality and mono.. -in stereo it has a average sound quality, but can't use the mic
Summary: I can't really comment on these as they were a gift for someone else, however. I have a pair of EVO zr's and the only difference I can see is the zr's have active noise cancelling and 50mm magnets. If you don't want to spend 250 notes on the zr's, get these instead. Be warned though.
Summary: Yes, these sound great. I've had Creative headphones before and my experience with those, allied to the price point for this set, meant that I was expecting a decent performance. Rich and full sound reproduction, with (unusual these days) quite restrained bass performance.
Summary: Firstly, these have great sound, as you would expect for their RRP. They are in the same quality bracket as Sennheiser which is definitely a first for Creative headphones. The bass is very impressive, and doesn't dominate vocals, even faint whispers are clear.
Summary: The first thing you'll notice about these headphones is the bright red colouring and chunky design. When you take them out of the box you'll also notice the weight of them - these are pretty sturdy headphones and feel heavy compared to some of the lightweight ones that I'm used to, or even ear buds.