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Pyle PGPHONE80 - Professional PC Gaming Headset with Mic - USB Headphones and Microphone for Windows Mac Computer Games - 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Audio
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- Stereo Just Doesn’t Cut It for Professional Gamers - Get an Edge Over Your Opponent Using 3D Aural Information - (PC ONLY) 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Brings a New Dimension of Directionality to Your Games
- On Ear Volume Knob Mean No Clunky In Line Control - Tangle Free Braided 6.5’ Cable Connects Directly into Windows PC or MAC Computer USB Port - Headphones Appear as an Audio Input Device No Driver Installation Required
- Comfortable Gaming for Hours Without Irritation - Self Adjusting Headband Uses Adaptive Resistance Suspension System for a Perfect Fit to Your Head. No Side to Side Shake! Memory Foam Ear Pieces Prevent Any Direct Contact Between Your Ear and the Headsets Parts
- Headset Mic is Easily Adjusted in a 135 Degree Range - Pick up Your Voice When You Need It and Push the Mic Out of the Way When You Don’t
- PS4 Compatible! Cool Blue Leds on the Earphones and Microphone! On Ear Power Bass Vibration Mode Brings an Extra Dimension to Both Music and Games
- Stereo Just Doesn?t Cut It for Professional Gamers - Get an Edge Over Your Opponent Using 3D Aural Information - (PC ONLY) 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound Brings a New Dimension of Directionality to Your Games
- On Ear Volume Knob Mean No Clunky In Line Control - Tangle Free Braided 6.5? Cable Connects Directly into Windows PC or MAC Computer USB Port - Headphones Appear as an Audio Input Device No Driver Installation Required
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UPDATE: THEY LASTED A YEAR. THE RIGHT EAR JUST STOPED WORKING. NO SOUND (JUNE 2019)
The reason I am only giving them a 4 star is:
1. The over-the-ear headphones are really tight on the left side of your head. They tend to dig in really hard right where you bottom jaw connects to your upper jaw - making them extremely uncomfortable and slightly painful. I have had them for a few days now, and the padding is softening up. Thus, the pressure on that side of your head is less. I imagine then: Like a new pair of shoes you need to break them in. When the material softens up the pain goes away.
2. On their user manual, they have a web address for getting the software. Three times I keyed in that address and three times I was taken to a page filled with a list of UPS matters. No where does it take you to the site you can download and unzip to install the software for the interface for these headphones.
Those are the two main reasons why I gave them only a 4 star rating. I would love to have that interface Pyle. Fix your web address to get it. WWW. UP is not the correct address given in your manual.
What I do like about them and the reason for the 4 star rating:
1. The sound is great. Although the base boost is not such a boost as one would expect.
2. The mic moves up and out of the way. When I am not in a squad and do not need the mic, I am able to move the mic up where it is actually even with the headband.
3. I have discovered the headphones work in both a 2.0 USB port as well as a normal USB port. Not sure which port delivers better sound however.
4. Solid, sturdy plastic. Why is this important: A few years ago, I bought a pair of very expensive headphones from a reputable gaming dealer/retailer. Within weeks the plastic headband started to break. It was very obvious I had bought an older pair which were probably sitting around in some warehouse for ages. The plastic had oxidised and had become very brittle. PYLE did not send me an old set they had left sitting around for a couple of years - the plastic is fine. Always be careful buying anything plastic because they may have oxidised and are garbage.
5. In the manual, it describes how you are able to feel the vibration of say - a grenade going off beside you. or say, an artillery shell exploding near by. I fly combat flight simulators and a couple of infantry war games, Battlefield 4 for example. Yesterday, I was sitting on the runway, after having taxied out waiting to take off and was doing my pre-flight check. All of a sudden this jet sitting beside me throttled up to take off. The jet was on my right side. The headphone on my right side began to vibrate with the roar of jet engine as it was taking off. This was a neat new experience and really helped in the complete emersion of the game. Hats off for that little dynamic PYLE. Why was this so great: One time, I was camping in a camp ground near a military air base. Some idiot pilot who probably thought it would be funny, decided to ignite his after burners right above my head. The vibrations from that were frightening to say the least. The headphones actually reproduced that same vibration as I experienced that night in my tent. Bravo!! Good work on that PYLE. (I had to say that again. Very impressive.)
* Great audio quality.
* No head-size adjustment needed. The soft black band at the top is spring-loaded to the weight of the headset. You just put them on and they fit.
* Very comfortable to wear for long periods.
* $42 is a cheap for a usable gaming headset.
* Microphone LED is visible in your peripheral vision and in monitor reflection. It's distracting.
* They're big and gaudy.
* The microphone arm is hard to flip down with one hand because it's rotation mechanism is too stiff.
Pros - 7.1 sound, comfortable, Bass boost, volume control on the unit instead of on the cable, USB based. The optional software which gives you the 7.1 sound is easily adjustable so you can change the voice input settings as well as output settings.
Cons - The microphone light is a bit too bright, so it can be a little blinding at times or add unnecessary blue light to your screen.
Pros- plugged them in and worked perfectly just can't get my MSI sound blaster to recognize them since it's USB and not a jack but still sound fantastic. Clarity and depth was surprisingly rich and even with the bass boost it didn't sound like a $5 car stereo system with all distorted bass.
The lights on the speaker pods are pretty cool
Cons- does not fit children. This is both a plus and minus which didn't effect the 5 star review. Many gaming headsets that fit kids are too tight on adults and can be uncomfortable for long gaming sessions. BUT they were so lightweight and yet sturdy that although the head strap didn't fit snug in top of my 9 yr olds head it didn't slide down either. She played some games and even watched some Netflix without complaining(she's very outspoken so I would've heard any negativity).
The light on the end of the microphone is way too bright and can reflect off of the monitor. Will have to get some sort of cap for it but doesn't detract from it. Added a picture of a pitch black hallway and about 15 feet from the door at the end.
Amazing looking headphones that seem to be very lightweight and comfortable. Haven't hooked them up yet as they're a gift for our youngest gamer of the house. Will update when she tries them for the first time on 12/25/16
These look fancy and fit fairly well, but sound terrible. Also, the mic isn't very good--too soft and picks up a lot of background noise.
1. Light, so they are easy to wear on your head comfortably. I didn't notice any pressure points. A slight swivel to the earphones let them conform to my head.
2. The fabric cord doesn't tangle. Has a decent heft to it.
1. The blue LED at the tip of the microphone is so bright that it's distracting because it's visible in your peripheral vision.
2. The mic boom is off to the side of your mouth. Even with mic gain cranked up as high as it would go, it wasn't picking up my voice as loudly as it should have. I looked at the waveform in Logic to be sure.
3. The mic picks up background noise. With an A/C unit running in the room, there was a nasty noise floor constantly in the background. With other headsets and mics I use, people I'm talking to can't hear the same A/C unit at all.
4. The earphones are poor quality. The chassis is light, which is nice when wearing them because of the low weight, but the tradeoff is that there's nothing substantial holding the speakers in place. They just rattle and buzz when played at any sort of volume. If you hit the bass boost button, the rattling vibrations get even worse. Also, the treble just isn't there. You get a midrange-y sound overall. I know the specs on these earphones read like they should sound pretty good. They don't. Gamers who really want to hear what's going on, especially with lots of gunfire and explosions, would likely be disappointed...gonna be a muddy, jumbled soundscape.
5. The earphone pads, while comfortable, get hot fast. They fit over my larger-than-average ears okay, but after wearing for 5 minutes or so, I was getting the ear sauna treatment.