How do they sound?
They sound great! Zero complaints, other than the small annoyance of switching between the different soundscapes. There is only one button and you have to cycle through them 1 every 3 seconds. If you accidentally hit the button, gonna take you 15 seconds to get back to the soundscape you want.
How do they feel?
They fit nicely, not too tight and not too loose. The earpads might be more comfy if it were memory foam, but the material they use is still very nice.
Ease of Use?
Plug and Play EZPZ. Detachable mic is great, mic/main audio mix dial helps a ton, Ability to use Bluetooth, USB wired or headphone jack cable offers a fantastic array of choices not available on most other headsets. Solid features for sure!
This is the big fail. By "big" I mean BIG. This is the second set of Turtle Beach headsets I've owned, and they've both broken on the extendable arms that come out of the headrest. WITHIN 2 YEARS! Yes, that's right, *within* 2 years. Neither of them saw 2 full years out of the box without dying.
And I'm SUPER careful with them. I only use them at home, on my PC. They never leave my desk unless they're on my head. I always use 2 hands to remove them. I treat them like gold.
I DJ as a hobby for the last 17 years, so I know how to make headphones last in heavy abuse situations. I've had to buy 2, yes TWO sets of headphones in that entire time. The first set of DJ headphones I only replaced because I was tired of them and wanted an upgrade.
Now, these headphones are cheap for the features they provide, so maybe replacing them every 2 years isn't a big deal for you. For me, it is. I will not be buying Turtle Beach products any longer if they can't learn to use metal (or stronger/less-brittle plastic) to support the main points of stress on their headsets. It's a shame, really, because everything else about these are great.
The audio, features, and ease of use are the only things saving these from receiving a 1 star review. Had the quality of their building choice not been so abysmal, this could have been a 5 star review. I purposely waited for the 2 year anniversary of purchase before reviewing, in case the same thing happened as the last set. I made it 19 months. yes, 19 months. I basically rented a pair of headphones for $5.58 a month, based on the price listed on the Best Buy website today.