Reviews and Problems with Creative Sound Blaster Tactic3D Omega Wireless
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J. Shearhart, Amazon
6 August 2015
Summary: I use these on my Windows 10 PC while studying all day, and they don't bother my ears. The sound is about as expected, but the bass is just so-so. I'd recommend Skull Candy's Crushers if you need great bass.
Summary: The single biggest complaint I have so far? The mic seems to be way, way, WAY too sensitive. Now, fair enough, part of this might be due to the fact that I usually have a fan on or Window open, but it's sort of ridiculous that I can have the sound nearly completely off on the headphones, and still...
It live's up to Creative's name and quality, but I wish it had a battery indicator.
16 May 2015
Summary: Pros: Battery Life Sound Quality Simulated 7.1 in the Software Voice Mask in the Software Optical Support THX vs Seek mode Midi encoding over optical Cons: No battery indicator via hardware or software It's not truly over the ear like the Logitech G930, but it's still comfortable.
Summary: I think this is a good gaming head phone. I like that it can work with PS3, PC, and XBox 360. The main reason i bought it was for its steel design where the head phone connects to the band that goes over your head. I had turtle beaches before and it broke in that same area.
Summary: One of the best wireless headset on the market to date, perfect sound for movies and shows, you can customize the sounds to make it better and it has a pretty long signal. One thing I found not so good is the pads on the headset,because I have big ears it leaves me with sore ears after using it for...
Summary: I have had these about a week and so far, I really like them. I had a pair of Roccat Kave's that recently had the volume control go wacky. But Roccat was gracious enough to honor the warranty and replace the headset. Kudos to Roccat customer support.