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: 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 ?].
Summary: They're pretty nice, I guess. I use them in my university German lab. I mean, I didn't get much chance to test them, but they sure make people shouting things I don't understand sound nice. They also seem like they've been around for forever, so I guess they're probably pretty durable.
Summary: For what I paid, I'm quite happy for what I got and expected a lot worse. I don't really care for the omission of an inline volume control as I already have all the settings/volumes setup on my computer anyways and it would've been one extra point of failure/component to get snagged.
Pros: Whenever I've needed to use Vent/Skype/etc I just pop these on and so far it's been great. My voice is crystal clear and the sound's been just as good. While I try my best to be careful with this headset I've had pinched the cable multiple times between my table and chair. I also tend to adjust t...
Cons: As with any $30 pair of headphones, comfort can be kind of hard to accomplish and since I wear glasses these seem to add a little strain to my head/ears after a few hours. Typically unless I have to yell at my team or am just listening to music I'll switch over to my Yamaha's which are way more c...