Reviews and Problems with Mad Catz Cyborg F.R.E.Q.5
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unique and sturdy build with good sound
Mr. Vo, Amazon
21 May 2015
Summary: pro: sturdy build quality, cool design, good sound con: headband bridge is stiff, not flexible like the most other headphones. not very isolated from surround noise other thoughts: bass doesn't sound fully extended as those studio headphone for the same price, maybe the 50mm driver had to cut to...
Summary: I got these for 37 dollars. They work fantasitically, however they make my ears sore after about two and a half hours. It's gotten better as I've broken them in, but they are a little stiff. Exceedingly comfortable until your ears get tired. But for 40 bucks? Excellent deal.
Summary: This is my second pair, not because of damage to the first pair, but because of how excellent they are. bass response is excellent and the mid-high response is spectacular, great for music, gaming and movies alike.
Summary: I have not had a single problem with this headset. I like that I can switch from speakers to headset now with ease. Before, I was plugging my old headphones into my speakers at the back. Which created a problem with the cord being in my way. I can plug this headset into a USB port on my PC.
Summary: they are just too well constructed, very durable and versatile, with the multiple cords, you can conect it by usb to the pc or just change the cord and plug it with the 3.5 jack to any mp3 player or smarth phone, and for some of them, you can even answer calls with them, they are just amazing 3...