Summary: These things are HUUUUUUUUUUGE for what they have underneath.
It's probably an overstatement because this monster of a headset isn't all it's really cut out to be.
It's produced and advertised by Razer as a "Gaming Headset". In that assumption alone there's already a misleading information. For a pair of cans to be a gaming headset they need to have good output sound as well as good input sound. It only barely falls under one of the two.
Pros: Punchy bass, comfortable, removable cable
Cons: in line mic isn't that good, cable gets tangled quite easily
Pros: Sound Quality is Amazing on a PDA or in-game
Cons: Yes it is a in-line mic which isnt the problem, the problem is that this is a gaming headset for a PC and it does NOT come wtih the splitter to plug into the computer??? first and last razer product. Make sure when you buy a splitter that it actually splits the mic/and sound. only one i could find is on newegg for like $13 and it takes forEVER to receive it.
Summary: The cords that came with the headset are too short. Luckily I have sound plugins on top of my computer, though I'd rather be plugging this into my MB.
Pros: Great sound quality
Cons: No idea what I'm really looking for to make the mic work on my PC. I keep seeing comments about needing a "Y Adapter", but I have little experience in audio adapters, and I'm not sure what I need to get (And don't want to blow money on something that turns out to not help me)