the music reproduction is great, and the ear pads are soft
Bill Wilkie, Amazon
12 July 2014
Summary: This headset appears to be well designed. The mic is very sensitive, the music reproduction is great, and the ear pads are soft. However, the headphones pressed on my ears so tightly that they created severe pain in just a couple of hours use. When I tried to relieve the pressure by flexing the two ear pieces apart the plastic ear piece snapped off in my hand leaving only the electrical wire connecting the two parts of the now useless headset.
This headset looked great and is great up until about 4 or 5 ...
Shawn D., Amazon
6 July 2014
Summary: This headset looked great and is great up until about 4 or 5 weeks of having it and then the right side of my headsets sound just cuts in and out and is very annoying. This headset is decent but not really worth the money The quality overall isn't the best its average and the ear cuffs kind of hurt after you have been wearing them after awhile .
Summary: Remember: "Stay away from Razer".
Razer headphones are just meant to be "fun" for a certain amount of time. After a few weeks they either break or become really uncomfortable.
The sound is overall good but they are really overpriced like any other Razer headphones.
Although they are just headphones for the "bragging use".
Razer should know one thing - Overpricing the product doesn't make it better.
Pros: Low Price (At least in this area), Really good microphone, Punchy Bass (Might even be considered a con)
Cons: Uncomfortable after a few weeks (Top of head hurts), Completely made out of plastic
Mic is waaaaay too sensitive! Im regretting buying it
5 April 2014
Summary: Firstly, this mic is decent, it comes with audio jack, and mic jack. If your looking to using this mic, and listening to music at the same time, I DO NOT RECOMMEND. If your talking and the person your talking too says your too loud, then you too quiet the next minute, SOMETHING IS WRONG. Pros: -its a mice, the sound quality is ok Cons: -Mic is way to sensitive, picks up all background noise, can make chat annoying for other speaker/listener.
Summary: I finally bought a headset that wasn't a $20 "get's the job done" piece of equipment, and I'm a little disappointed. PROS: >The headset itself has pretty great sound >The microphone is physically pretty sturdy (was a little worried since it is different than most I'd ever had) >Long cord CONS: >The wires were very poorly made, and there is a breakoff connection in the middle of the cord that wears very quickly.
Summary: I was so excited to get these, and the second they came I put them to use. The audio sounds fine, and they are super comfortable, and I love the way they look. My only issue is that the mic doesn't work. I'm not a fool with tech, I've tried everything sensible to get this stupid mic to work but it simply won't on my Macbook pro. I've tried it using the audio splitter and without and it simply won't pick up any sound.
Summary: So one of the things you need for multiplayer PC gaming is a good headset. That seems to be too much to ask for at a reasonable price. Most headsets are overpriced junk with with many features listed on the box to make them seem way better than they are. These are no exception. Let me just put it this way.
Summary: My set of headphones before these were the Plantronics Gamecom.780 I had those for about two years and then the headband portion snapped on me. This time around I decided to try a Razer product. Unless you have small ears, these will NOT be over the ear for you. I tried to use them for around two weeks, but no amount of breaking them in worked. So after only limited use each evening my ears began to ache.