Summary: I searched high and low before buying these. I wanted a Studio Headset that would let me do it all. I work in a call center and have to listen to calls via my 3.5mm headphones jack on my computer daily, but also take calls on a call box that only had a receptacle for a 2.5mm input, so I simply bought a Headset Buddy and everything works great.
Summary: Here are some specs/thoughts that I think most people would want to know. Cable Length: ~5 feet Headset is not noise canceling They sits ON your ears, not around Single sided cable with a mute and volume adjuster on the cable. Sounds slightly bassy, but no where near skullcandy or bass canons like that. Microphone works perfectly. Headset is extremely tight. If this is a concern you can stretch it out for a day and you should be good.
Works great, though a bit uncomfortable after a while
Madalyn Hotchkiss, Amazon
2 August 2013
Summary: I use these everyday because I don't like wearing earbuds. The sound is great and when you speak through the microphone, there isn't any background noise or static. The microphone didn't work well at first, but I had to go through the setup on my computer because I had never used a headset. The only downside to this headset is that it can be uncomfortable on your ears if you wear it for a long time.
Summary: This headset was ordered to replace a cheaper Plantronics headset that broke after about 12 months use. This one seems much sturdier and was only about $8 more than the step down model. I expect this to last several years. It works flawlessly with my desktop for Gchat and Google Voice calls, I use it as my primary desk phone. I've had audio clarity issues with USB headsets and much prefer this 3.5mm style.
Summary: This headset works great. Is comfortable on my head and ears. It adjusts very easily. Microphone has a swivel so you can put it in the upright position when not talking. I talk to people on the computer alot and I am able to hear them clearly. The only negative I have is that the mute and volume control buttons are on the cord about have way down. It is hard to get to them quickly but still doable. I would recommend this headset to a friend.
Summary: Gotta say, not too shabby. Had this headset for about 9 months give or take a month and it's out lasted various other headsets, all of which cost more. I know really slam mine around or anything but I'm prone to dropping it here and there, thing keeps going as well as when I took it outta the plastic fingertrap /deathtrap they seal it up in.