Summary: Works great but when using Skype it occasionally creates strange clicking and buzzing sounds. The USB connection must be unplugged and plugged back into the port to correct this. Otherwise it is a very good product.
Summary: Adequate headset. Only nits are cord from headset to radio is very thin and likely to break strands when stressed (not robust). Boom mic flops about, not rigid say like a Heil headset. For the price though, should prove a good unit to have around. If it were a bit "beefier", I would rate it a 5.0.
Summary: I really like this item. They're comfortable and are easy to store. The only problem that I have is that they have two volumes: loud and soft. I'll turn my main volume to 1 and even the websites (or for whatever purpose that I'm using them) volume to really, really low. Great product.
Summary: Big difference between these headphones and the Heil traveler dual. I'm using the Koss headset for the 10m contest, using the Kenwood 480 with CW filters and with the Heil I had the sound between 12 and 1, switched to the Koss and dropped it down to 9 and I was able to hear stations that I couldn't...
Summary: I owned one similar to these which used separate traditional jacks for microphone and sound. I bought it over two years ago and it has worked really well. It eventually broke at my own fault (after mentioning some days before how long it had lasted).
Pros: -Good Sound & Microphone Quality -Very Adjustable -Very Comfortable -Blocks out outside noise really well -Easy to use
Cons: -Microphone can be adjusted, but doesn't bend or mold well like other models, making it hard to position closer or further from the mouth.
Summary: I bought this for my HF rig. The Microphone is a ELECTRET and needs a supply voltage for operation. It works great with my 746pro Xcvr. The reason for Good instead of Great is that the headphones squeeze my head. I will see if there is an adjustment [bending ?].