Pros: Having swappable cable with inline microphone is a huge bonus for gamers who often changes laptops like myself, the microphone an added incentive for someone who likes to shout into mics to get the team back together in MOBAs or MMORPGs. The plush leatherette ear cushions also provides excellent ...
Cons: Although it might be considered lightweight, it may still need time to get adjusted to wearing these headphones..However, once you get used to wearing these headphones, you are able to get the full audio experience that you deserve.
Summary: I've had these headphones for almost a year now, I can confidently say that they are amazing. Build quality is great! They are heavy but unless you're moving around alot you wont be bothered, plus free neck workout! They sound great. Not just clarity but volume and everything you can imagine.
Summary: Great sound and super comfortable. My son never takes them off and says his head doesn't hurt like it did with his other (very expensive Dr. model) headphones. He says the sound is much better as well. He loves them.
Summary: I've owned a couple different versions of Kraken headsets. I was drawn to this headset because of the detachable wires. I assumed I would be able to replace the wires when they failed. This was an important feature to me because I have had many headset wires fail in the past.
Summary: I wanted to break in the headphones and really give them a fair chance. I wanted to wait to write a review until I had felt that I had a good grasp of the headset. So here I am. Upon first receiving the package, the box and packaging was very well done.
Summary: As someone that plays video games and listens to a lot of music, these headphones are the perfect fit. Especially for someone always on the go. I use them while sitting at my desk playing video games for hours on end. I switch to the inline mic and control cable when I go out.
Perfect Solution for Three Needs - Highest Recommendation!
Ronnie Saturno, Amazon
3 January 2015
Summary: This product was the perfect solution for me. I have a Tiamat 7.1 analog surround headset which is another great product, but very much unsuitable for use with a Mac either for audio or as a headset because of the assorted wires meant for use with a surround sound audio card, which an iMac obviously...