Summary: Also i saw in the picture there was a knob on the actual earphone itself and i thought it was to control the sound for the entire headset.. But there is actually one knob on each side to control the volume coming out of each ear individually and that really bothers me.. Why would anyone want to go through the trouble of trying to equal out the sound coming through each ear with two different knobs?
Pros: They look expensive.
Cons: They sound terrible, they really do. Honestly i did not know a cyber acoustic brand headset could sound even sound bad. And i am the complete opposite of an audiophile.. I usually think everything sounds good.. but this is like noticeably bad. It just takes clear sound and makes it sound muffled.. As if you are listening to music playing in another room in your house or something. I even checked to make sure it was plugged in all the way because i could not believe it...
Summary: I had high hopes for these. Years ago, radio shack had some great headphones with leather pads and good construction in the sub $50 price range but that time has passed. These are the worst headphones acoustically I have ever owned. I was also surprised that the pads are somewhat shallow and the elements press on my ears and become painful after an hour or two of usage.