“first review. yayyyyyyyyyy, so here we go. I am no super expert in headphones, but heres what I think the bass is very rumbling. I think that it wasn't as thumping or hard hitting as i would like it, but i really think that is because i am using the dt770 velour pads. when i put my hands on the outside of them, i can feel it hitting harder then it does on my ears. the middle ranges...” --classycans
“if you really wanna wake these babys up open them up and carefully cut the white dust shield off the holes HUGE difference lows are kickier, mid's are vibrant if you want more open sound but not a lot of reverberation add some cheap foam padding or dynamite or just don't open all the holes (I started with 3 per driver) but I did eventually open them all because I had extra dynamat these sound...” --Onemoar
“I bought this headset yesterday to try it out, it was onsale for $67+tax at best buy. Supposedly the X12, X22, and Z22 headsets all have exactly the same 50mm drivers and headset portion, just different colored plastics (green, blue, red) are associated with each product, and an amp/mixer with the X22 and Z22 models. I am impressed by the sound quality, the 50mm drivers are superior...” --systemBuilder
“a tad muddy, but it can be easily fixed with abit of equalizing they're louder then stadium speakers with duel drivers there is a woofer and tweeter in each can, so that= loads of bass and tremble bass tons of bass to go around treble it has it, but that about all I can say sound they favor highs over mids, but 'they're still well balanced sound stage love it deep and rich Comfort fine...” --voodoo do-er
“ What can I say, vintage. Honestly well worth the $30 I payed for these. They have a nice sound to them in the $30 price range, not Hi-Fi by any means, but fun to wear around. ” --GrandZechs
Developed specifically for musicians, M-Audio IE-10 professional reference earphones incorporate stage-proven Ultimate Ears technology to deliver studio-quality sound anywhere you need it. Featuring precision-balanced armature technology and 26dB of isolation, the IE-10 is great for live and mobile monitoring—with the added benefit of being a serious upgrade to the earbuds that came with...
“ I owned a pair of the Z6A headphones and got them to replace my broken Turtle Beach HPA2 headphones. Lets just say I still wound up using the HPA2's two weeks after the Z6A's arrived. Cons: Very poor sound quality, Cheep plastic parts that will brake, Notorious for having lose wires in the cans, The amp picks up interference from to much - ''modem's, router's, microwave and...” --Chuck Canada
“ I got a pare of these at gaming expo and I have regretted it ever since, the cable has needed to be cut shorter and re soldered to the inline amp 3 times. Even before the cable broke when there was quite you could hear a continual hiss in the background. I am sure the drivers are solid but the inline amp makes these terrible headphones. As for comfort the pads are not half deep...” --Xanth
“ DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY..NO PHONE TECH SUPPORT YOU HAVE TO WAIT FOR E-MAIL SUPPORT...MICROPHONE DOESNT WORK ONLINE IN GAME MODE..TOO MANY WIRES FOR A WIRELESS HEADSET..TOO MANY ADJUSTMENTS HAVE TO BE MADE EVERY TIME YOU USE THEM AND DIALS AND BUTTONS DO NOT HAVE MIN--MAX SETTING YOU JUST KEEP TURNING AND PUSHING UNTIL YOU DONT GO DEAF OR STRAIN TO HEAR. AFTER OVER A WEEK AND STILL NOT BEING...” --djmurf0859
Turtle Beach Ear Force X32 gaming headset view larger The Ear Force X32 wireless gaming headset is powered by state-of-the-art 2.4/5GHz Dual-Band Wi-Fi radio technology that virtually eliminates wireless interference. Equipped with multiple EQ and stereo expander presets, the X32 allows gamers to mix and match audio settings for different gaming scenarios. Featuring massive 50mm speakers...