Summary: Which leads to my next point: the price point, that is. These are expensive. Enough to break the bank for a lot of people. I'm in that boat, and I've saved for these. I find them to be well worth it thus far.
Pros: Very high quality. Fresh out of the box impressions were good, build quality is superb. Comfort is at maximum levels, and I have a pretty big head. More importantly, the sound quality is great, and the input from the mic is clean and crisp. I tested with noise reduction and feedback detection disabled and noticed no difference when compared to when they were on.
Cons: I'll have to reload all of my music library into FLAC now. I almost hate to admit it, but I can hear the difference with these. I was able to pride myself on being unable to tell the difference between 160kbps AAC and FLAC before, but now not so much. There are certainly better quality headphones out there, but I'm not willing to compromise my boom mic or bank account for a pair.
Pros: The PC360's are some of the most comfortable headsets. Most headsets that I have had before usually make your ears hurt for a while when you first get them. Because these cover your ears 100% and the material they are using you don't get that. These are extremely comfortable.
Cons: Honestly can not think of any cons. These are by far the best headphones I have ever had. I have had experience with Plantronics, Logitech, Razer, etc. But these have by far the best build quality and sound.
Cons: Yep, I have a Fat head too, (7 and 3/4 inch), these can be a bit tight. You can try storing them stretched around a pillow for a few weeks, that seems to help. I do use Headsets/Headphones a lot, so I get less headaches from the tighter ones. Multiple Sizes would be nice!! (are you listening Manufacturers!).
Summary: For some time, I'd been looking for a decent all-rounder headset that I could use for both gaming and for work, as my job requires VoIP calls. Previously, I'd been using a Turtle Beach (D)PX21 headset for this, but didn't want to purchase another after its earcup snapped off due to the mediocre performance while playing music. I'd tried and returned the Razer Tiamat 7.1, and most recently been back and forth between the PC 350 and PC 360.
Pros: Good bass, detailed mids, comfortable earcups, analogue earcup volume control, automatic microphone mute when raised, very lightweight
Cons: Flimsy construction, clamping force too high, mic not removable
Pros: This headset is definitely great for most users out there looking for quality sound for gaming and music. I would recommend it to almost anyone. The sound from the headphones is clear with good highs and lows. I have yet to really test it but I'm happy with it right off the bat. The mic comes out very clear and mutes when lifted. The volume control on the right ear is convenient and smooth to turn and only LOWERS the volume, not mute it. The build quality is very stur...
Cons: This headset is GREAT, but has one big flaw for me. My head is a little bigger than average and these headphones put a very uncomfortable pressure on my head it gives me the biggest headache after wearing it for some time. It's not too tight, maybe it's me, but I can't wear them for too long unless I want a killer headache that lasts a few hours to all day. I'm a headset user and never use speakers so I'm not new to wearing them. I'm trying to break them in as I've on...
Summary: I actually got this for $299.99 CDN (even tho CDN-US money are pretty much on par right now) they still sold this for $50 more, and I felt like I needed to have it today rather then wait shipping.
Pros: Decided to get a second headset, my main one before this was the Razer Carcharias, but I need 2 so I decided to try something high end.
Pros: Great sound for any music type and this translate to any game sound. Very clear for voices and game sounds that is a step above what anyone would be used to. Comfort pads around speakers.
Cons: The tension on your ears can not be adjusted and can get fatiguing. This is the main reason for the 4 rating. I found myself trying to stretch out the band to prevent this. Lately this has not been an issue, must have gotten used to it. The sound is very linear with very low end response, the bass if the source has very low end bass with the sound up near or all the way can "pop" the speakers making you go and turn down the sound. This is again with the sound up max o...