For $140, there simply is no better bang for your buck.
Jorge Gonzalez, Amazon
5 days ago
Summary: Pros: Sturdy, flexible build quality, I know these bad boys will last me for a lot of years. Extremely good and crisp sound quality, you can actually hear everything clearly because no frequency is opaquing any other and when you set it up with an external DAC/AMP, the bass gets very strong but still doesn't make the higher frequencies fade away, so they're good for listening at any type of music.
Very good audio, great package, impressive microphone function. Great value!
Amazon Customer, Amazon
6 days ago
Summary: Brilliant. I am overusing the headset. I'm a headset snob. I love my Sony and Bose noise reduction headsets -- but they don't have a microphone. I love my Samsung earbuds, but they provide basic audio and microphone functions. This headset, with two 3.5mm jacks, one for stereo audio and one for the microphone work brilliantly. I use them to listen to music as I am on my computer. When I lower the microphone arm, the microphone turns on.
Summary: Fantastic device, I absolutely love them. I've had them for quite a while now, and they are by far the best headset I have ever used. One thing though, with such high impedance you either need a really good internal sound card (not even high end laptops power it too well) or an external dac/amp. I bought the FiiO E10 USB DAC Headphone Amplifier at the same time, and it is also great.
Summary: I liked these but in the end I returned them. It turns out I prefer a closed cup, I couldn't hear myself talking while wearing these and it was disorienting. I settles for the open cup version, pc360. Both are great, if you prefer closed, these are the way to go.
Summary: I absolutely love these head phones. They were little tight at first but after few days they are VERY comfortable. The closed design can get little hot and you can't hear anything around you. Mic works perfect and is very solid. Never would have imagined spending this much on a gaming headset....but,worth every penny now that I have them.
Summary: They lacked bass for me when I first plugged them in. That's the biggest complaint you'll hear when researching these headphones, but that was UNTIL I played around the Eq in my Sound Blaster Z software. I unchecked (yes, unchecked) the Bass option, left Crystalizer a it's default value, and the SBX surround at 10%, then increased the first 3 equalizer sliders starting from the left, each to a bit over half way, and now they literally rattle on my head.
I used a PC 350 headset heavily and happily for six years
rob "mayoff", Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: I used a PC 350 headset heavily and happily for six years, until the pads disintegrated. I tried the PC 333D as a replacement, but its earcups are too small to fit over my (average-sized, as far as I know) ears, so now I'm using the PC 350 SE. The earcups are plenty big, and I love that Sennheiser built the mute switch and volume control into the headset proper (instead of in the cord like the PC 350).
Great sound/voice quality, comfort, and construction
Scott G, Amazon
4 weeks ago
Summary: I am so happy that I sprang for the extra bucks for this! I use these in my home office for doing VOIP calls for work and for listening to music to block out other stuff going on (cleaning, dog, whatever). The headphones sound very good and I've had good reports about the mic quality. They are really comfortable, and are clearly very solidly built. Of the many headsets I've owned, these are by far the best!