Summary: The mic DOES bend, you just have to be a little forceful with it. As for tweaking the headset, play some music and mess with your EQ settings until you feel it's set up right. (I'd play a game too just so you know it's not just music that sounds well)
Pros: *Sits on my head comfortably *Sound quality is good(Must be tweaked in an EQ) *Mic quality is astounding
Cons: *The headset needs tweaking in an EQ to make everything sound right *The mic is awkward to bend
Summary: I bought it for my brother , but it is me who benefits. Now we can game and skype without all of the background noise and static that I would get with him by him using his phone on speaker phone. Worth every penny!
Pros: This headset is very tactual, two buttons on the left headset cup and the microphone is on the same side! The cylinder stiel button is for the volume and the microphone is the slide stile button the headset ear cups are square makes it retro looking! The ear cups are big with nice fome ear cushio...
Summary: As I said, this is great for casual gaming, it doesn't have positional sound )5.1/7.1) but its only a 40$ headset, so its great for how much it is. But if you're into video making where your voice is involved... and you want high production value videos...
Pros: Sound quality is great! Microphone is a step up from anything I've used prior Its been through hell, I've smashed the cord in drawer accidentally many times!
Cons: for normal speech this is absolutely all you'll ever need... But for lets plays it does kinda start scratching if you start yelling... If you're doing lets plays and have the extra money... Go for a better mic, if its for just gaming in general, get it...
Summary: I've owned a few different brands of headsets in the past. My last pair was Plantronics that lasted me 4 years and still work. I just wanted an upgrade. These have great quality 40mm speakers. I also use them to listen to music paired with a Asus Xonar DX.
Pros: Great Sound, Great build quality, No USB, Great Microphone!
Cons: Cord could be longer but not a really big con for me.
Summary: My girlfriend bought these for me for $winter_holiday 2012 . I've owned them for about four months and they are nothing short of amazing. I've used several different headsets in the past and these are simply the best.
Pros: I'm no audiophile, but I do not detect any sound problems with either input or output. The volume knob is smooth and does not cause static. The headset is comfortable and the microphone boom is stiff (will not fall down from horizontal position.
Cons: The microphone mute switch is difficult to engage/disengage. I don't use it. however, because I always use push-to-talk.
Pros: -cheap price, especially when you consider how NICE the quality is for that price -comfy. feels comfortable and stable over your ears. -mic works just dandily. I dig it cause your voice on the other end is clear. and it's not one of those headsets that come with a flexible mic. just a pull down o...
Summary: had this headset for a couple of months now and I'm very happy with it. previously had the gamecom 367 headset that the rigid plastic finally broke, but liked it overall. so I decided to upgrade to the 380 due to it's more durable construction materials.
Tough as nails. Lasts and lasts. Great sound. That's a rarity for most headphones!
27 March 2015
Summary: I bought this in Nov 2012 and believe me, it's really tough. It had been used by the kids and the husband, bashed, dropped, pulled, etc. and it is still as good as the day I bought it. I was never even precious about it. In fact, I'd been ready to replace it if it broke.