Summary: I ordered this headset to help with all the office noise of other people's phone meetings, so I could hear mine. With an adapter it works great on my Avaya office phone. I'm very happy with this headset!
Summary: I don't game but use it for Ham Radio. The headphones have a good, clear, accurate sound (to my ears...your opinion my differ.) Microphone is a typical condenser type that is susceptible to breath sounds and popping if not positioned correctly. Very sensitive.
Summary: Not a fan of these. I have owned a ton of computer headphones over the years, and these really let me down. The base is horrible, so you have to hook up a internal sound card to adjust the sound. I really like my Corsair H2100 a ton better.
Worked OK. Not worth the money. Get the Logitech G930 instead.
D. Rice, Amazon
21 April 2015
Summary: I was really disappointed with these headphones and ended up picking up the Logitech G930 which I'm liking a lot more. The good: The construction quality is extremely high. Higher than both the G930 and my Bose AE2 headset.
Summary: I bought these to use as a headset at work on a Polycom phone. Using an adapter that I bought, they plug right into the headset port and work like a charm. The headphones block a lot of the background noise so that I don't hear and the microphone blocks a lot of the same noise so people on the other...
I plugged directly into the back and it was a little better, but not much
Jamie I. Napolitano "Hard Line", Amazon
6 February 2015
Summary: after unboxing, I decided to try these out with my music, games and movies. I plugged them into my computer speakers and I had to turn all volume all the way up on both speakers and the set to hear anything at a decent volume. only after heavily applying EQ did they sound decent.