Originally Posted by impaledface
I have them and I know they are great sounding headphones, but I don't know for gaming headphones. They have good bass and good treble for the explosions and gunfire or foot steps, I just haven't used them for gaming. I use mine for on the go headphones. Oh also very durable. and comfy. They come with a stereo sized jack 6.5mm and a mp3 player one, so I would geuss they would work for a gaming headset. Also a long burn in time like 40-80 hours maybe less I just remember them sounding bad in the beginning (fail spelling) and then sounding better after a week or two. I would totally get them for $40. I got mine for 100 at headphone.com I would still get them as headphones tho unless you have better closed cans.
Thank you for the response!
I currently own the Sennheiser HD 228's, but I doubt those would be good for gaming, hahah. Although after being modded and given some burn in, they performed very well.
So I'm very patient with headphones, so a burn in period won't be a problem. (I also mistook the price differently, they're $50, but still ridiculously cheap).
Would these be a good investment for headphones regardless of gaming abilities? I don't own an over the ear style headphone yet, and at this price, I might just get them, considering my first pair of decent heaadphones were my Sennheiser 228's (Which I got at $69.99; $30 off, haha. Me and my deals).