On the plus side, it looks to be fairly well made, has a long cord, and has usb plug. Also is fairly comfortable and I have a big head. If you switch between your headset and your computer speakers, this is a pain in the neck. You have to go into windows sound devices originally to set your sound and voice output to this usb device. Then if you want to change back to your speakers, you have to reverse the process. Gets annoying real quick. Also, the mic sits at the corner of your mouth and you have to talk fairly loud to be heard, can be annoying to other members of the household. Music or game sounds are really dissapointing, not nearly as good as the $30 Sennheiser headset it was supposed to replace (mic died after 5 years).
Maybe if this headset had regular analog jacks to plug into your soundcard, the sound quality would be better, but usb isnt the way to go.
Back to Walmart it goes.....
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