First of all when i got them, i spent several hours just to sync the headset to the basestation, i needed to contact Creatives support to do it, it wasnt fully explained in my manual.
When i finally got them up and running i found the sound to be great.
After a while i heard an irritating *pulsating* low-frequent sound, i read from other reviews that the logitech g930 had this issue.
I just couldnt stand it, so i swapped usb ports, plugged out the other soundcables, changed sound options etc.
Finally i found the problem, its the led light from the earcups that got this noice!
The earcups have a *pulsating* light, luckily in the drivers that you download for the headset, you can change the light to pulsate slower/faster and to have more or less light.
I turned it off, and the sound dissapeared, if i got low-light and no pulsating, its ok, i barely here it.
The charging cable to the headset is very short, maybe 20cm. And the basestation is permablinking even when the headset is off, just a waste, hope it wont break.
For me the volume buttons on the earcups just moves my windows sound bar like 1% per click, and i cant click and hold. 10-30 clicks every time you need to lower/higher the volume is pretty much a joke.
Battery life is not great nor bad, its ok, if i still were a "pro gamer" it wouldnt last the entire nights, never. Also need to plug in mini usb every time you charge.
As you can see, ALOT of bad things actually... and i didnt even tried it for consoles.
+ Great looks and comfort.
+ Great sound
+ Wireless ofc :)
+ Fits great with my Razer Lycosa keyboard and my Razer Deathadder mouse :)
- Volume controll
- Noice from earcups - need to lower the really nice blue lights to get rid off
- Blinking base station even when headset is off, need to plug out the usb..
- price is high for all negatives.
Great headset if you get used to the negatives and use it for max 5-7 hours per day and can control the volume some other way than the headset.