Great headset at the right price and with a little eq tlc
Sounds great, but apparently the surround sound doesn't work with ps4 as far as i'm aware, and as to use the mic with it you have to plug it in via the controller's jack. Right me if i'm wrong on any of that. I'd love to be wrong about it lol.) i kinda wish i knew that before buying it but not the biggest deal. It still sounds great stereo and the mic is good according to my friends. And the simplicity of the usb plug in and listen for pretty decent surround sound quality is nice. The headset has decent highs, fair bass that i'd prefer to have a bit more...Throb? For lack of a better word. But still good. Middles can get a little lost but nowhere near enough to be a deal breaker. All around quality sound quality.Big pro tip: using the sliders and not the terrible eq presets is a must for sound quality. Play around with them (google if you have to) for a while and find what works for you but trust me. It makes a huge difference because the presets are terrible. And they do the actual sound quality an injustice.Comfort wise they're alright. Not terrible, not great. Just right down the middle. The mesh keeps them from getting too hot. Extended use has a very mild discomfort for me as i wear glasses and the pressure from the ear cups causes an occasional twinge, mostly on my right side. (a discomfort i apparently seem to be adjusting to and gaining immunity against so there's that???) actually my biggest gripe is the shape of the ear cups, because while they're definite large enough to comfortably encompass my personally big ears, they took awhile to get used to. I had to do a lot of adjusting to how i place the headset to make sure the bottom of my lobes didn't get caught on the rim. A simple oval shape would have not only worked a lot better but been a lot nicer looking imo.Which leads me to my next point and this is completely subjective, but the headset itself looks goofy to me. It's definitely a bigger headset, which i'm not partial to but some people (including one of my friends) actually like. Something like the corsair hs50 looks a lot better and without the strange rhombus ear cup shape that so vexes me. However the larger size gives it a nice weighty feel avoiding it "feeling" cheap without being uncomfortably heavy. Which is probably because it's made mostly of plastic. Build quality pros and cons, i suppose. I treat all my gear with love though so i don't fear plastic. (knock on wood that they don't spontaneously break or bug out for some reason though i've seen no indications so far that they will.)i actually found myself liking the little volume scroller on the left ear cup and use it every now and again. It's convenient and i rarely, if ever, accidentally end up moving it. The mute button is meh because yeah i can mute the mic but once you click it, there's no indications of it actually doing anything. A sound queue for mute being turned on and off would have been great.This is coming from a switch from a pair of astro a40s i used for years, a 150$ headset comparatively, which wins in every category from sound, looks, and comfort (as it should.) but for the 60$ i spent on this headset, i'd recommend it. Any more than that and i'd have to say no, but it seems right where it should be for the price. The corsair void pro is a great headset if you snag it for the right price and take proper advantage of the software eq options.