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Pros: - 3.5mm jacks. VERY IMPORTANT. Read "Other Thoughts."
- Steel band gives confidence in overall fitting of headset, I broke 2 Plantronics' headset bands (don't get me wrong I still love their products) because my head is kinda too big I guess.
- Pleather feels absolutely fantastic, and even better so when worn in a little.
-50mm drivers give excellent bass, but clarity gets hurt a bit especially on instrumental songs. Definitely want to use a sound card with 3.5mm's plugged if you're more music oriented.
-Overall sound quality is excellent, especially with my Xonar DGX.
Cons: - Flimsy ribbon cable. I taped my wire halfway up under my keyboard drawer just to be safe from chair leg crushing it or pulling it out.
- Mini pop filter over mic comes off more easily... considering to glue it down, lol!
- Wouldn't have minded if cable was maybe 1ft. or 2ft. longer. Still sufficiently long though.
Other Thoughts: I'm a gamer who cares about sound (I've been spoiled by an X-Fi Xtremegamer for years and immediately hear differences in Realtek), but not as much as an audiophile to get a seperate headPHONE and standalone microhpone then you're in a pretty small niche category nowaways. Getting a USB headset renders your sound card useless, yet that's where most of the mainstream headset market is nowadays, which sucks.
If Creative just addressed all this quality issues, this is a winning product. There are only a few competing headsets left in the ~$60-80 range with this sound quality, headset convenience, USING 3.5MM jacks and I'm glad Creative is a maker of one of them.
I personally haven't had any problems with the microphone, I read the issues that people had with it and swore I'd just jam the microphone in as tightly as I could and would NOT use the USB card (just to eliminate any possible backfires). So far, no issues with mic.
This review is from: Scythe Slip Stream Kaze Maru2 140 series SM1425SL12L 140mm Case Fan
Pros: +VERY Quiet
+Decent CFM/DBa produced Ratio
+No flashy LEDs
Cons: -Does not run well with a fan controller/hooked up to the mobo
Other Thoughts: The reviewer who gave this 1 egg obviously didn't know what to do with this case fan. It should not be hooked up to any fan controller or the motherboard, it should just be hooked up to a PSU's molex connector and let it run 100%. Even at 100% it is still very, very quiet.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: +Quiet, Quiet, Quiet
+Excellent Voltage Ratings
+Plenty of Connectors,
+Well Lengthed Cables
+EXCELLENT FEATURES for the price 80+ Bronze, ACTIVE PFC, SLi/CrossfireX, SLEEVED cables
+SOLID build quality, comparable to build quality of Corsair, does not feel flimsy/fragile at ALL
Cons: -Does not work with HP Pavilion OEM ATX Cases (tried it on 3 HP Pavilion models, screws did not go correctly)
-Voltage rating sticker on PSU was upside down (lol)
Other Thoughts: CPU: Intel Q9550 2.83 OC'dGhz. ~3.7Ghz.
RAM: 4GB Corsair XMS 4GB (2X2GB) DDR2 PC2-6400
HDD: 2x Western Digital Caviar 500GB SATA
GPU: EVGA GTX 460 SC Edition 1GB GDDR5
Mobo: ASUS P5N- LGA775 nForce 750i SLi
PSU: Xigmatek 500W
Etc: SoundBlaster Xtremegamer, EVGA GT 220 1GB DDR3 for Dedicated PhsyX