Pros: Surprising bass for a cheap headset. The volume and mic mute controller has indented sides where the controls are so it's difficult to accidentally adjust the volume or mute your mike while playing.
Cons: Just about everything else. The earcans are an ugly boxy shape and rather uncomfortable. The mic is oh-so-ho-hum barely average and flips down like a robot arm. The plastic is cheap and allows the cans to torque apart so they are uneven. The sound leaks so you'll disturb anyone else in the room with you with your music/games. Also the treble is pretty bad, apparently counteracting the OK bass.
Summary: I tried the speakers on the headset and they worked great. And I left my feedback positive. But one night I went into A voice server and went to use the mic and no signal at all. So only half the Headset works.
Pros: Free shipping and the price is worth it. Its light and the microphone is durable. It also comes with an adapter. So, you can either plug it in a USB port or audio/mic ports. I had this for a year now and it still works. Comfortable, not bulky, and it sounds good. The cord is just about right. Not too short, not too long.
Excerpt: This headset is far from being perfect, but given its price it's quite a deal (I got it for about €30). The sound quality is good, the mic quality is really nice and it looks rather robust. Its only drawback is the lack of comfort, but for a rather cheap headset it is not that surprising. To...