Summary: These are heavy duty rubberized earbuds which fit very snuggly in your ears and keep outside noise at bay. The sound quality is better than average, however, not on par with Sony and other higher end headphones. The cord is long, flat and coated in rubber material which makes it a little "sticky" on your clothing and heavy when you are walking around.
Summary: I've been using very inexpensive earbuds for many years, mostly because I'm rough on them and don't want to spend a lot of money. I had no idea what I'd been missing out on until I got the Steel Series Flux. The sound quality is excellent. They are very comfortable and the three sizes of ear tips allow for adjustments. I primarily use these for listening to music and audiobooks for long periods of time, hours, and have not had any problems with them at all.
Summary: Steel series flux in ear mobile headset for music and gaming are awesome. I use them for gaming and love them. I like the fact that they come with three tips and I also like the built in mic/ They are comfortable to wear for long periods of time and the sound is clear and crisp. Really you can't ask for much more. I would recommend them they are great !!!
Summary: I own several pairs of headphones and buds and I like to have a set for at the office, at home, in my gym bag, wherever. I don't use head sets for gaming, though. I listen to music just about every day, and this set will get some run. Things I like about this SteelSeries set: - Flat wires that supposedly don't tangle. How cool is this? I've never seen that, but time will tell if they're indeed tangle-free. Somehow headphone wires end up in knots.
Summary: My husband tends to blow through earbuds like crazy. He likes to wear his MP3 player while working out in the yard or BBQing. He's tried a multitude, from the cheap to the expensive and gets frustrated with many of them. Some of the more expensive ones he likes, but then the sound on them drops out in a few months and he ends up having to toss them. Or, he'll like the sound, but the buds keep falling out of his year.
Summary: These are good comfortable ear buds. So far they seem sturdy. My every day ear buds are Skullsoft $20.00 ear buds. Honestly, I can't hear the difference in the two. My favorite thing about this pair is that there is a pause/stop/start switch on the headset, so if my iPod is in a pocket I don't have to pull it out to pause. I don't know about value for the money. I think the $20.00 Skullsofts are just as good, and they have a lifetime warranty.
Summary: First off, these have great sound. Best I've tried so far. I really like the no tangle, flat cable; it is so much nicer than the round wire variety. The built in mic works well and I use it for phone calls, not so much gaming. There is one issue that I have and you may not. That is the fit. Yes, it does come with extra earplugs of different sizes (like almost every other set), but for what ever reason I can not get them to stay put in my ear.
Summary: I don't do gaming. I have sons who game but I'm not giving these to them! I use them for music and listening to books- so the pause on the cord comes in very handy. The sound is excellent and they are extremely comfortable to wear for a long time. They come with 3 earbud sizes so you can fit them to your ear. When in, they block out exterior sound.
Summary: I must say that when I opened the box, I was less than impressed with my first visual impression of these headphones. They are lackluster in appearance and have a look that just screams $9.99 budget Wal-Mart headphones despite the price. It comes with a zipper carry-case, true, but it certainly doesn't give you the impression that it's anything better than a cheap pair of headphones. Once I fired up my usual cadre of song tests, however, I was blown away.
Summary: I was looking for a pair of gaming earbuds and these are a great pair for the money. They have a couple great features including •Flat Non-Tangle Wires! •Good audio quality •Built in microphone for mobile device i.e.