I know these perform and are comfortable on the long haul
Russell Ferry, Amazon
9 February 2015
Summary: Comfy, I've been using steelseries for a long time now after i purchased my Siberian I haven't even checked other brands. I know these perform and are comfortable on the long haul. The braided cable is really sturdy and dosent get tangled up like the plastic shielded ones do.
Pros: Good headset. Great sounding quality mic. retractable mic with no poof so its not really noticeable. strong detachable cord, so if you mistakenly yank it by it getting caught under a chair, it detaches so you wont break it.
Cons: i little bit tight on the ears, which makes it slightly uncomfortable. i would honestly recommend the Siberia headset, but if you're on a budget, these are great.
Pros: Good build quality on the external parts. Comfortable. Decent range and depth with the included sound card (lol)
Cons: When I try to use this with my sound card... I lose every bit of depth that I get when I use their tiny little USB card. The biggest example is ARMAIII - using the Steel series headset, I can kind of tell that someone to the left of me, in a 90 degree arc, is shooting at me. When I use my Panasonic RPHT480CW headphones with the same sound card (not the steel series one) I can tell you exactly where the shot came from, give a good elevation estimate and I can clearly t...
These are really comfortable. I can wear them with my glasses for ...
Benjamin Hoistad, Amazon
4 December 2014
Summary: These are really comfortable. I can wear them with my glasses for hours on end. The bass is really good and the sound is crisp. They are really big, but it makes them better. A good sound card to power these is recommended. They will sound as good as the audio you provide. The included USB sound card kinda sucks.