Summary: As a long time owner, I would rate this product higher except the thin covering around the ear pieces started to rip from use. Once it is ripped, the covering starts to shed like a very bad sunburn and you'll either go crazy trying to peel the whole thing off or just end up buying new headphones. The amount of use would determine how quickly or slowly you would encounter this issue. Other than this issue, the headphones have served me well and still function.
Summary: I've owned one of these babies for close to 6 months. Here are the pro's and con's from my own point of view. Pros: excellent sound quality, reinforced cords, USB connection, raise mic boom to mute, very good microphone quality with flexible boom, very handy keys featured into the left ear cup, adjustable headband and padding, comfortable ear cups that mutes out other sounds.
Summary: Im usualy rough on sets and they suffer in their weakest link around the inline volume control. This one has surpassed the typical usage i would get from the 30-40 dollar range. I love the long reinforced cord, as well the sound that come from it. cheaper would always be better. *** UPDATE *** lost sound one ear piece on mono, no big deal because i like the surround.
Great headset, but returned them for their awful drivers
4 weeks ago
Summary: I really wished these had worked for me as I really wanted to like them. So, the good things: Great build quality (I know a number of users have reported some design faults, I have to say that I never experienced any). These feel like a premium headset and I found them very comfortable. I was looking specifically for a headset that would both block in and keep out external noise (so the Mrs can't here me melting some faces and I can't hear her watching the E!
Summary: I mean I originally bought these from ebuyer years ago for a higher price than this, and they've just now broke, the right side speaker has snapped clean off when I tried to take the headset off my head. So that's 3 years before falling to the exact fault everyone warned me about that I thought I had escaped, disappointing really.
Summary: I wish headset manufacturers actually competed because it seems like all of them release mediocre garbage for hundreds of dollars. The build quality is not bad and for $100 or so it seemed to be the best choice. Caught it on sale. Wouldn't recommend it at regular price. Doesn't seem like you can get better sound quality without spending $300 so I'd settle for this headset if you don't need wireless.
Pros: USB connection is convenient. Very comfortable, goes around ears rather than on. Cable is very durable with nylon outer mesh. Software works great without any hiccups. Spatial effects work pretty good for games, needs to be turned off for music otherwise it echos too much.
Cons: Doesn't stand out from the rest of the mediocre PC headsets. Spatial effects are a little too tinny for music and movies. Bass response isn't the same as the Sennheiser G4ME 350 I had previously. Tinny sound is accentuated when 3d spatialization is turned on in music & movies.
Summary: Please note: Logitech G35s with firmware 0x0514 DO NOT work with the PS4 at the moment. The headset I received this morning (14/08/14) were loaded with the incompatible firmware. There is no way to downgrade to a lower firmware version. THE HEADSET BEING DELIVERED IS NOT PS4 COMPATIBLE PS4 functionality aside, these feel like a good headset. The mic is clear and loud enough without any additional boost.