Pros: I have big ears and this headset fits wonderfully! This headset is super comfy and I've spent lots of days wearing them for 8 hours straight and they rarely ever need to be adjusted. The sound quality in this headset is amazing and the bass is great! For the price I'm not sure what else you can get that stacks up to these
Cons: mic has a wobble to it when it is fully extended, using other headphones or speakers without this much bass will never sound good again.
Excerpt: I bought this headset to be my main gaming gear. It Works perfectly. I can set the volume on it, has a good microphone and great sound system. To bad it isn't Surrond System, but i don't need it so far.
Summary: Slight problems, but for less than 100$ its a good deal.
Pros: Awesome bass, these things really kick. Surround sound is better than the 7.1 simulated surrounds I upgraded from. Comfy and light
Cons: Muddy sounds at first, takes some tweaking to get used to. Voice chat is difficult with how sound suppressing the headphones are, you can hardly hear yourself speak. Volume control module is way too far down the wire.
Pros: Sound quality is amazing. The feel of the headset placed on top of your head is comforting. The microphone is clear and of good quality.
Cons: The wire is very long and gets stuck around the legs of my computer chair a lot. This actually caused me to accidently pull it out of the audio jack causing me to mess up the wires to the speakers. Luckily it was still under warranty so I could get it replaced. Also if you are like me and wear this for 12+ hours a day, you will notice that it will leave small little indents in your scalp from the constant pressure. This could just be because I have a large head, but i...
Summary: Overall if you want bass, good sounding music (especially music with heavy bass, good positional audio in game without overpaying, want a cool looking headset that is pretty comfortable this is not a bad choice.
Pros: The audio is very crisp and clear, the bass is good but not overwhelming, music sounds good aswell as in game sounds. The headset is comfortable (for a while) and the mic dose not need to be pulled out for people in your skype call to hear you loud and clear.
Cons: The only con (reason for the egg) after a good couple of hours and by couple I mean like 4-5 the pressure from the headset can be a little much. Maybe it is because the headset is bran spankin new, or maybe I just have a big head (which I do). However after a while it just feels a bit snug and I take them off for 5 or so minutes. I hope they break in and this snug feeling loosens up.
Summary: Razer seems to do it for me. I'm loving the Deathadder I just got, and this headset has not lowered my high views on Razer at all. I plan on getting the Anansi keyboard, and the Nostromo keypad after being so pleased with this headset. I'm glad too, because I researched for about 3 days looking at other sets (Vengence 1500, Siberia V2, G930, Carchrias, to name a few). Finally settled on these, not disappointed the slightest.
Pros: Great sound quality. The BASS, ERMAGERD :O Very comfortable on the head (a little hard with glasses, but got used to it quick). Outside noise cancelling is like wearing hearing protection on a gun range. A RAZER product. Very quiet when playing games. Can blast it at 12am and my fiance will wake up from the mouse clicking
Cons: Mic quality has to be fooled with. Mic is also pretty funky. Cable is very very VERY long, so don't expect to use them with an iPod on a jog, unless you feel like losing a few teeth.
Summary: I've owned at least 20 headsets in my gaming, dare I say career? Most have been Logitech, some Microsoft, and a couple like the Creative Labs Sidewinder Pro (still my fav) My last headset was the Logitech h800 wireless. I really wanted to get away from wired headsets for many reasons such as in line volume control failures, cord failures from animals/children chewing on them, short length on the cords, tangling the cords in your chair, etc. but it's impossible.
Pros: Pros: They sound fantastic, literally the best headset I've owned to date. The head cans block a lot of background noise (kids, wife, animals, burglars) and have plenty of room for my dumbo ears. They appear to be very well built and my friends in Vent/TS/Mumble can hear me perfectly so the mic works well. I am able to pinpoint the movement and direction of players in Battlefield 3 now, albeit Dice still needs to work on the sound engine, oh wait? BF4 is around the co...
Cons: Cons: They are freaking heavy! They fit way too snug, as many have reviewed. I am 5'11" 180lbs have a shaved head and they still fit too snug. I hope that I will get used to them otherwise, the kids will get another hand me down. The pleather does heat up the ears, I'm not sure why Razer chose that material over fabric honestly. The retractable mic is gimicky and definitely the part I expect to fail first.
Summary: I have seen complaints about the sound quality and bass response, and I can only guess that these reviewers are using on-board sound or trying to plug these in to an unpowered sound source, this will not work, you need a powered source/pre-amp such as is going to be built into a quality sound card.
Pros: Incredibly comfortable, the cups are soft and pillowy and I can game for hours without needing to take them off. The sound quality is great, nearly on par with my old Turtle Beach headset that it replaced. Solid construction, looks good, and has a nice, long, braided, cable.
Cons: It's not wireless, but I knew that going in. Additionally the retractable microphone wiggles a little when it's extended and feels somewhat fragile. Also the microphone positioning is such that if I am looking downward at all and I turn my head to the left it brushes my shoulder and I worry that I will break it (the mic, not my shoulder)