Pros: They produce sound. That is about all they have going for them. They haven't broken yet even after almost a year (mostly because I stopped using them).
Cons: These headphones are *extremely* uncomfortable! They don't fit around the ear despite being called "circumaural". I don't have large ears and even mine don't fit. The cushioning is stiff and does little to actually cushion the ears. The sound is poor at best. Bass is practically non-existent. The set isn't very loud even at the loudest volume. The ear pieces do not swivel forward or backward at all, meaning they won't sit flush on your ears. The cups are very shallow ...
Summary: Thinking it was from Steel made me assume they were a much nicer set of headphones but after getting them I found my rather large head could barely fit them and then the earcuffs were extremely small and put pressure on my ears after a few hours of wear. If you have a big head do yourself a favor and get the Turtlebeach X series for the consoles. It eats up a USB port but the size and sound is unbeatable.
Summary: I took it out of the package, settled in for a gaming session and one of the hinges broke on the top of the head band. Definitively a bit small for even a normal sized head. And pretty flimsy. Might be good for a child.
Summary: These are fantastic headphones! Great sound, great mic quality, and after some use are very comfortable. Problem is, less than a year after my purchase the microphone no longer works. I am a freak when it comes to being careful with my things. Absolutely no durability! I expected more from a quality brand like SteelSeries.
Summary: I purchased this headset as I was looking for a reasonably cheap option to replace my previous headset. I bought the 3H as I assumed that as it was from SteelSeries it would be a very good buy, however I was very disappointed. The sound quality of the headset is good both in-game and whilst listening to music and I have never had any problems with the quality of the mic, where this headset falls is its comfort.