Pros: Comfortable, light, solid yet agile build construction. Breathable. Over ear is comfortable even with glasses on. Sound is impressive over an average headset, especially so when paired with a good headphone amped sound card.
Cons: My right ear cup rattles whenever sound is present, really disappointing this being my first sennheiser product and all. After everything I've heard about them I feel a bit underwhelmed. It was instantly noticeable. Via sound card or the USB included 7.1, rattle in right ear cup. Figured they would have tested these pre packing for this price range. Hopefully I can RMA.
Summary: The headset just feels cheaply made. I'm not sure I'd like to keep them even if I could get a working pair, since it may be prone to failure.
Pros: The USB sound card is great. The sound was good. Braided cord is durable. Okay Mic.
Cons: When I first installed the 363D I had mixed feelings. I wanted to be happy because the headset truly sounded decent and was so easy to set-up, but I could tell something wasn't right. Over the week and few days I spent with the 363D, I slowly watched that issue grow until it couldn't be ignored. A distracting buzzing noise in the right ear cup droned when ever deep bass was played. It steadily became more apparent until I realized that the headset was completely defec...
Like Pier Bernards recliner of rage - furiously comfortable!!!
Mikhail L., Newegg
1 October 2013
Pros: Comfortable, go around ears, kinda still do press too hard on your skull, but pressure is evenly distributed. I work from home doing Help Desk, and also multiplayer Killing Floor after work, and these babies are cadillacs of headsets. I love them. I hold them and look at them. Everything - from high-tension fiber cord, to gold-plated and neatly labeled 3.5mm connectors, to perfectly excecuted shapes of it plastic body. G4ME1 7.1 usb adapter is great. Simple installati...
Summary: This became an issue as i am currently trying to troubleshoot one annoying issue with my headset/sound-card combo. Its the 1 and ONLY issue I've had with it so far, and its a work in progress to see if its 'actually' the usb sound-card that's the culprit or not yet. I just felt i should mention it as being able to navigate a support website and actually find what you need is something that needs to be easy for customers, After about 2 hours of page jumping, and finding...
Pros: the Headset is Vary comfortable, and while it may look a bit bulky, it rests on your head nicely. The sound quality is great for both music/movies and gaming even without the usb sound-card it comes with placed in-line. The volume control is easy to find and use, and the mute 'trigger' when you flip the mic up far enough is a great addition, though at times Windows will forget to 'un-mute' your mic when you pull the mic back down.
Cons: Getting updated Drivers is a bit of a pain. There seem to be about 3-4 different "Sennheiser" websites. One based off audio equipment, one based for their headsets and so on.