Convenient control unit.
Good accessory pack.
Works well for gaming.
Excellent build quality.
Desktop control works great.
On-the-fly adjustment with Tactical Mixing Console.
True Surround Sound.
USB or analogue TSR connectors.
Highly customizable with software or sound card.
Works without software.
Crystal clear 5.1 positioning.
Best in class bass.
Choice of ear cups.
Swing away mic with mute.
Adjustable volume on speaker channels and mic.
Intuitive desktop controller.
Fabric and leather ear pads included.
Mediocre sound quality for music playback.
Bass is way too overwhelming.
Volume control works in reverse.
Software in Beta.
Mic LED not in a good line of view.
No Mic Boost.
USB interface subject to interference.
Limited headband adjustments.
Microphone had low volume.
Software interface not intuitive.
Short cable from base to headset.
By XtremeComputing on February 26, 2013
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By Real World Labs on November 26, 2012
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By TweakTown on April 17, 2012
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By Bit-tech.net on January 17, 2012
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