Summary: I am very pleased with these ear-buds. They sound fantastic and make a great addition to my Razer collection. Subtracted an egg for the lack of a button on the mic however they are still the best ear-buds i have ever owned by far!
Pros: Super high quality sound Sleek design Semi-high quality mic Cool case Razer stickers (who doesn't love those!)
Cons: No button on mic for answering calls or playing/pausing media
Pros: Very decent sounds with not too shabby bass! Not many headsets on the market if you're looking for something that's mobile, has decent mic quality, AND has decent sound quality. This has all of those in a neat little package
Cons: Wires aren't long enough for some usage scenarios, and I'm a bit worried about the durability of the wiring...it seems pretty flimsy
Summary: After about 6 months of owning these I'm still very happy. The price is actually pretty decent for such a good set and I rather like the nice little case it comes with.
Pros: Sounds great. I'm certainly no audiophile but I don't care for the extra cheap earbuds sound. This set does not have any of the skull candy/etc airy bad sound. They have nice base and attenuate outside sound nicely. You can still hear louder stuff going on around you but it's rather muffled. Work...
Cons: The mic does tend to pick up a lot of extraneous noises. Which generally isn't a big deal around the house or office but could be a problem in a public space. The mic doesn't work on my droid incredible which is unfortunate. Would love to use it as a headset as well.
Pros: These things have an excelent volume, great bass, and arer fairly durable. When I first got these headphones, I plugged them into my Ipod, which was set to half volume, turned it on, and about blew my eardrums. They have excelent noise cancelation, which can sometimes be a problem, but that's jus...
Cons: The mic is a little poor. When on Skype, I would be talking, and my friend would point out that I sounded moremuffled than on the built in mic on my computer, which is counter intuitive. I can't vouche for the quality myself, but everyone I talk to over the internet or on the phone with this mic ...
Summary: I had Skull Candies 50/50 earbuds and I returned them the next day. During a call people said it sounded like I was playing my guitar, which I wasn't. The sound sounded okay nothing compared to the Razer Morays. The three different sized ear buds make a difference in the sound.
Pros: I have the Razer Morays and I LOVED them but I wanted a new portable headset for school and something that I could use on my iPhone 4. *Good sound! *Comfortable *Works with iPhone 4 *People say I sound clear *Nice case *DS, PSP and PC adapters along with three differen sized ear buds.
Cons: I wouldn't call it a con but I contacted Razer to see if they had iPod controls (volume up, volume down, and mute or answer/end calls) They didn't really help and NO it doesn't do that. It's just a mic. Not a big con though.
Summary: Over all these a great alliterative to large bulky headsets. The biggest draw back is the lack of volume control. I had to set my system volume to 1% and even then I had to set application volumes lower to keep my ears drums from bursting. For the price these are great.
Pros: Great sound quality, both with headphones and microphone. Surprisingly the microphone has better pic up then my Razer Piranha. They do block more ambient sounds from loud LAN Parties then regular headsets.
Cons: The cord is short, under 3 feet.(Measured from audio jack to the break in the cord to the headphones.)So unless rig is on the table top where you play there unusable. No volume control or mute. (The design seem to be more about use with a cell phone, then gaming.)
Summary: This is a far better off earbud product than whats out there. Skullcandy, eh too expensive. I rather have this.
Pros: Great sound, i rather use these than my USB speaker. Its portable.
Cons: Not to knock the product, my microphone fell apart with very liitle use. and one of my ear buds , the wires inside came apart. maybe due to my usage. The Mic is s0-s0. Its could be the setting on ventrilo, skype, etc.
Summary: To me this is great because I can hear much more detail than my laptop speakers, and I have much less clutter on my table thanks to the mic being integrated on these buds.
Pros: Built-in mic (really great for Skype) In-Ear (I've always had earbuds pop out of my ears) PC mic/headphone adapter. The adapter was actually my main factor for buying since I wouldn't be able to use these headphones on my laptop if I didn't have them.
Cons: Sometimes my friends cannot hear me on Skype, but my headphone jack is plugged in securely, and my mic volume is turned all the way up.