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Pros: Awesome sound quality. Crisp clear highs and mids. Pounding bass, I can literally feel the bass. Directional gaming sound is awesome, with great quality at the same time! The Creative drivers / control panel has settings that really make a difference. Best quality headset I've used so far, even better than other ones upwards of 100 dollars.
Other Thoughts: Comfortable too! Lightweight but not so light that it feels cheap, comfy to wear for hours on end gaming. I play Counter Strike Global Offensive religiously and I have yet to have a problem or complaint with comfort or sound quality.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Turtle Beach Call of Duty: Black Ops II Ear Force Kilo
Pros: Strong braided cord.
Plug and play for pc.
Cons: Heavy braided cord, poor quality cheap feeling and sounding headset. The mic makes a humming noise you can hear in the headset. Hard ear pads, not comfy. Absolutely NO sense of directional sound.
Other Thoughts: Spend your money on a Creative Sigma for xbox or pc instead. Ive had cheap sony headphones that sound better, and the mic sounds like youre talking through an old nextel 2 way phone with it too close to your mouth.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Ultra sensitive buttons, takes almost nothing to click. Rubberized TOP of the mouse does not get sweaty and is great for long gaming sessions. Dual sensor makes sensitivity more consistent on various surfaces.
Cons: Not comfortable for bigger hands (average adult male hand). After being used to the G5/G500 this mouse is slightly smaller feeling and makes my pinky side of my hand cramp up. The sides are NOT rubberized, your thumb especially will get slippery and greasy feeling during long gaming sessions.
Other Thoughts: This is a VERY comfortable mouse other than I really wish they rubberized the sides and I wish they'd add weights like the Logitechs, the R.A.T.s and a few others have done.READ FULL REVIEW