Summary: I am a PC gamer who uses a Creative Soundblaster USB sound card. This headset has caused nothing but problems for me from the beginning. It used to cause blue screens of death in my games when attempting to communicate until I disabled my sound card (and the audio quality dipped terribly.
Summary: At first, I was very excited about this headset, and it did live up to it's claims of high-quality audio output. Very quickly however, my friends began complaining of heavy distortion of my voice.
Summary: Don't pay any more than $40-$50 for this headset. My 6 year old x11 headset that I payed $40 for sounds almost exactly the same compared to these, and have way softer, more roomy ear cushions.
Summary: Were do I even start with this. Well I guess with the good stuff. It has the ability to adjust both bass AND treble, which is great. It also lets you plug in you iPod, Android phone, really any device with a headphone jack.
Summary: I probably should have read the reviews a bit more closely prior to getting this headset. My wife bought it as a gift for me off my wishlist. It is advertised as being compatible with the PS4.
Summary: The sound and Mic quality are decent. But the quality of these headphones are beyond poor. After 6 months of use, the left side holding the ear cup broke out of no where. The price I paid I expected them to last a lot longer. I am done with Turtle Beach.
Summary: My wife has the P11s and they sound amazing and are super comfortable. So I did a lot of research for the best bang for your buck with a great sounding mic and I landed with these. I had previously used several other headsets in the past and this one I have to say is the worst I've used.