The headband doesn't flex very easily so the plastic cracked where the screws attach just ...
Alan S, Amazon
9 March 2015
Summary: Perhaps my head's a bit too wide, but I broke them within the first 2 weeks. The headband doesn't flex very easily so the plastic cracked where the screws attach just above the earphone while putting them on. No tears were shed since I was able to repair them with a ziptie.
Summary: Bought this last year as I had bought a second 360 during Black Friday. Great sound quality, but the controls for adjusting voice chat and game volume can be a bit cumbersome. Using it now with XB1 along with the chat adapter.
... my first impression is that they are made of good quality material and the sound quality is great
T. Barnhart, Amazon
23 October 2014
Summary: Just got them today and my first impression is that they are made of good quality material and the sound quality is great. Friends over Skype say that the sound is muffled through the mic even at high volume. Im not sure I will keep them because of the mic...
Summary: I bought these thinking "a surround sound cordless headset this cheap". While still inexpensive, not surround sound. The stereo sound is great. Good bass. Blocks out the noise around me. Starts to hurt my ears after about an hour (I might just have big ears). I enjoyed them, so I kept them.
Summary: Make sure you get the 3.5mm connection set up. These are pretty awful without it. Don't buy it for the microphone if you are using PC. It is the headset's weak point.
Pros: The sound is exceptional for the price range The wireless is reliable They are quite sturdy, and the solid design lends itself well to superglue repair if one were to accidentally fall asleep wearing them
Cons: To get good sound out of these, you need to buy a 3.5mm male to male cable (that wasn't included when I bought these) to connect the wireless receiver to your sound card. If you don't do this, you get low quality mono sound, and you won't get to utilize your sound card. They rarely turn themselve...