Pros: Good sound quality, best cable length I've seen. Looks good. Comfortable.
Cons: 7.1 is no where as good as it should be. Pricey.
Seeing as its from corsair I thought it would be good.
There are many great things about these headset but it does come with an even amount of bad.
I'll start with the good:
The ear cups are comfortably large and I can play on these all day long.
The cable is very long (when I say very long, I could attached this to next doors computer and still have enough cable).
Listening to music on this is very good, not to much bass but a decent amount.
The physical build on these are actually pretty decent. Even though the metallic texture isn't actually metal ( It could be, just doesn't feel like it)
The driver is simple and easy to use, even though i would like to see further updates.
Now the bad:
7.1: I know that simulated 7.1 isn't as good a true 7.1 but i never knew it was going to be this bad.
It might of been my headset or me physically but I really can't hear the difference.
Its a shame as 7.1 is the main selling point for me and Corsair should of made sure that it was at least acceptable.
I got these for £40 (including P+P) and for that price I got what i paid for. I've seen these going for £60-£100. STAY AWAY Get these second hand or at a reduced price.
I like these headset, the 7.1 is a bit of a down-er but I can get used to it.
Its feels good to have on your head and a really nice headset to listen to music.
IF Corsair brings out some new drivers to sort out the simulated 7.1, most of the owners would be happy I think.
If anyone want to buy these then buy it at a reduced price as its not worth the full price.