They're just ok, I wish I had opted for another set
Neon Body Style, Amazon
28 January 2014
Summary: I needed a headset to game quietly, that's about it. I'm not an audiophile, I'm not a hardcore CoD player, I just wanted to play quietly without bothering my roommate. I had a pair of Turtle Beach P11's, which are wired, but I thought I might as well upgrade to something that was wireless and also...
Summary: To be honest, i dont think the sound is as good as the sound in the slightly cheaper Sony PS3 headphones. The bass doesnt sound as good on shooters and high action games. The band is very sturdy, but it is much tighter then the PS3 wireless headphones and make my ears and head hurt after a short...
Summary: I really liked these headphones, however, they were tight on my head and uncomfortable to wear for extended periods of time. These things sound great and I really like the flexibility of being able to use them on mutliple devices. I also own the previous version of this headset.
Summary: I've tried several different gaming headsets over the years. I have a medium sized head and I wear glasses, and I personally find the Pulse Elite to be exceptionally comfortable. In fact, for the brief time that I owned these (about 3 weeks), I can say that the Pulse Elite is at or near the top of...
Summary: Good look nice, not super comfortable, battery poor lasts with minimal usage 3hrs. Sounnd is good for gaming but for music look around if you want headphones for music. Also I would buy wired phones for same, price for gaming in hindsight.
Summary: On the plus side, these headphones do connect and work well with the PS3 as they should. That's the reason I bought them. Other headsets that I've tried simply would not work with the PS3 so I figured that a Sony headset designed for the PS3 system was my best alternative.
Summary: So I just bought two turtle beach headsets earlier in the year and I got excited that Sony was releasing a new headset and decided to give myself an early christmas present even though I was content with my TB MW3 Bravo wireless headset with a DSS2. I am SORELY Disappointed (no pun intended).
Summary: For the price, this wireless headset pretty much does it all. Others have
fleshed out the details, I won't bore you with repeating them. The only
disappointing thing is that sidetone is mentioned in the documentation and in
online advertising (Sony's), but it doesn't work.