[WARNING] No wireless for PC!
No transmitter (transmitter) included.
"We designed the Sound Blaster EVO headsets to connect with PCs and Macs via USB. [...] Sound Blaster EVO ZXR Does not Comes With a Bluetooth adapter., If your PC does not have Bluetooth connectivity, you might wish to look at the Creative BT-D1 Bluetooth transmitter http://bit.ly/13x5wOr "
But when the mic is not working:
"[...] The BT-D1 only works in streaming audio and not for the mic. If you would like to use the mic as well, you will have to purchase a 3rd party Bluetooth That Supports A2DP and HFP Bluetooth profiles."
In other words, it is NOT wireless to PC. But other systems are the top-class with its unique sound processor (SB Axx1 (TM)).
# SOUND [10/10]: Excellent, deep bass and clear sound - but only with laddningskablen plugged in and turned on the SBX (SBX can be configured in EVO Control Panel).
# COMFORT [8.10]: Isolates external sounds very well, but your ears may begin to sweat after the + 1h use when they sit on your ears and "hugs".
# CONCLUSION: A gaming headset, yes, but not Wireless gaming headset. The product is not suitable for wireless PC. EVO Control Panel can not be configured without laddningskablel (or without a smartphone app). Located not "wireless PC" category.
Works great as cable headsets [10.10], but instead to buy the cable version.
Not worth at this price!
My copy has cracked the plastic on both sides of the headphones at normal usage.
Does not feel so solid.
No further noise reduction either.
But sitting quite comfortably on my giant head and did not feel like the press.
A little fun Mobile App where you can distort one's voice on a lot of fun ways.
But not worth its price.
I am very pleased with framföralt sound on these: D run them on a Samsung S 4 absolutely wonderful when you start SBX, getting more bass and more power in the sound. can have super loud via BT: D
lot of fun features when calling to voice förställare mm. good sites on the ears,
alment looks great. has everything, usb, 3.5mm Bt / nfc, will redisplay after I had them for a while so I can determine batari time: D but for me korssar them anything, su Fu beats,
As many have mentioned already, the mic is poor and everyone says it sounds tinny. Wireless function works well over the phone, but run through the computer becomes the sound quality incredibly poor.
If you're looking for a wireless headset so this is really nothing you must seek then you get much better for much less money.
The sound with USBN in, however, very good! Good base which does not take over without leaving residue crystal clear.
Bought the headset because of good reviews around the web, and because I wanted a wireless gamer headset. So far, I would not recommend it for anyone. The wireless feature is basically meaningless because the sound quality then lowered to something comparable to a jar phone.
Even if you plug in headphones with USB or AUX becomes even situation is not much fun. The microphone is certainly not lousy, but for such a expensive headset so it should not sound like you're talking through a pillow. Moreover, there are serious grounding problem which makes it impossible to have both AUX and USB connected at the same time without it starting to whir (something I have never encountered with any other headset).
The sound in the headphones is pretty good though and since I'm a very forgiving person, I would really be able to live with all these embarrassing problem if it had not been for the final coup de grace: there is no mute button. I really did not think this was possible, but after having twisted, turned, and looked around at the awl to absurdity, I can nothing but to affirm that it is possible to sell a headset but this completely fundamental function.
This headsettet makes me equal parts sad as fascinated by this disaster to the gadget.
It shines a little red, which may be fine.