Checked out a few YouTube reviews about these, looks like there's No swivel adjustment on ear cups, for those of us with massive melons these won't be comfortable
I have been doing quite a lot of research as of late and keep coming to the same conclusion. The best gaming headset isn't a gaming headset. The best setup is a pair of headphones, separate mic and/or a DAC/AMP. This setup not only gives you better sound but also the most versatility as you can also use the headphones for listening to music and watching movies. Also if you already own a decent set of headphones then its going to be even cheaper. I have just ordered some status audio CB-1 headphones. Here are some recommendations from my research if your interested. Headphones (Some of these are open back) Status Audion CB-1 (Order direct from Status for cheapest price using code WELCOME10 for 1st order) Superlux HD668B Samson SR850 AKG 240 Audio Technica ATH-M40X Philips Fidelio X2HR MIC Cable Boom Mic (Amazon) V-Moda BoomPro Modmic DAC/AMP (optional) - This is recommended even with your existing setup as it supposedly makes a big improvement Creative G3 As previously mentioned I have just ordered the Status CB-1 and am going to use an inline mic. I'll be looking to order the G3 later. Let me know what you think and have any of you had any experience with this type of setup.
Just bought. Thanks!
I have packed up my hs70s bought for 62 quid awaiting return... they were the most uncomfortable things ive ever put on my head!
Decent headset for the money....I went for the Corsair hs60 pro a couple of weeks bk at £55 on Amazon, now £65. Choose the Corsair as microphone supposed to be better but little difference otherwise.