Summary: I had to be really nitpicky to pick out the cons so don't let them get to you. It does come with a 6.3 connector which could be useful someday. Overall I'm extremely happy with the quality of the headphones for the price I payed.
Pros: I bought these headphones for when I go to LAN Party's and don't want to lug around my 5.1 Surround sound. From a gaming perspective of never using headphones I've found myself using these more than my speakers at home now. For the price they have a good low bass and an alright mid rage.
Cons: -Plastic frame feels cheap -Hurts your ears after use, but were talking like 8 hours and that's to be expected with headphones -Mid range bass is kinda bleh -LONG CABLE which has its ups and downs (Good for computers, bad for using it for like an iPod)
Summary: So far it seems like a quality headset. Very comfortable and lightweight and does a good job of blocking ambient sound.
Pros: My first impressions - Lightweight! Compact Comfortable Long cord Blocks out a lot of ambient sound I like that these headphones fit comfortably and are not too tight or too huge. (Coming from the Plantronics GameCom 367 - these things are great). The speakers adjust along the headband rather tha...
Cons: I know it's not a 'gaming headset' but there is no in-line volume control. This might become an issue while gaming if you need to turn down the volume - you'd have to do that through the game's options.
Summary: They're great, and have a really great weight to them. I'd say I'd recommend them definitely. I only took off one egg for the few cons that really didn't mean that much to me.
Pros: These headphones sound great. I'll be the first to admit that I'm no audiophile, I mean what audiophile would be browsing the bargain bin of headphones with prices like these. However, these headphones are easily the best pair of ~30$ headphones I've ever bought. The audio quailty is definitely u...
Cons: I will agree with the many comments about their chord which is absurdly long but it's really an easy solution to keep the twist tie it comes with and just use that when you're on the go (these aren't great on the go headphones btw just because of size and the chord). Otherwise they ARE a little u...
Summary: probablly the best headphones ive had under 30$. tho im a little scared the cushions on the earphones might come lose (as it has happend to me before with others).
Pros: Great Sound. somewhat comfortable, pretty cheap.
Cons: Theirs some (probably barely noticeable to most) background noice, The fit might be a tiny little bit to tight for me, my ears get a little sweaty after a little bit of use, i have to move it around a bit every once in a while as they can get very uncomfortable.
Summary: For 20 bucks and shipping, these are an excellent buy. I've owned headphones in a considerably higher price range that didn't sound much if any better. Overall, this is a good set of phones.
Pros: Reasonably comfortable, good stereo imaging running with a SBL Audigy card, bass is tight, no boominess, trebel is acceptably clean. Well constructed, physical appearance is very nice.
Cons: Mid range is a little muddy but tolerable. People with large ears will more than likely find the fit to be somewhat tight and uncomfortable. It's safe to say they're better suited to those with smaller ears.
Pros: I ordered these after numerous sets of earbuds & sport headphones broke. I really only use them at work, so the size is fine. The sound is very good compared to what I've been using, but I'm not an audiophile by any means. All I know is they are comfortable to wear, they silence the outside noise...
Cons: The cord is a bit long, but you can budle it up.