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DCT Factory HP-5590 USB Circumaural Headset

alaTest has collected and analyzed 8 reviews of DCT Factory HP-5590 USB Circumaural Headset. The average rating for this product is 3.4/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Headphones for all reviews. People really like the durability. The price also gets good views. Many are critical about the portability and microphone. There are some mixed reviews about the usability and comfort.

bass quality, price, durability

sound, microphone, portability

On average, users rate this product 68/100.

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Consumer review by: N/A (

Good Amount of Power, Stable, Mostly Silent


For 30 smacks worth every penny.

Comfortable, good sound quality, easy setup, USB, in-line sound controls, mic sounds good, and the bass can really make a difference. Love em

There is no indicator when your mic is muted. Its just a button so you could be talking to people and not know that your mic is muted

Aug, 2008

Consumer review by: Psycho (

Good Headset


Don't turn it up all the way and you won't blow out the headset like the others have.

Has great bass (3 different settings) and makes things sound like they are in surround sound. Very comfortable and cancels other noise pretty well. Just p lug it in, give it a second, and you're good to go

No menu or tray icon to change different settings. Voice recognition no longer works in games (makes you sort of muffled)

Jan, 2008

Consumer review by: jakeman (

okay headset


buy if you MUST


not that comfortable, mic quality is HORRIBLE sounds like youre inside a darn can. Mic is strongest on the side that the wire goes into the earphone

Dec, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (

Nice headphones for the money


They make some great gaming headphones and music and movies sound so much better on them then my computers speakers. No drivers were needed in XP just plug them in give the computer a moment to recognize them and your ready to go.

They are exactly what i was looking for and at a decent price. Very conferable to wear and the mic works well

I noticed that the right head piece is making i bit of noise from the woofer springs. I think this is because my sister turned the head phones up so loud that they sounded like speakers and left them there for a few hours. I would not recommend turning...

Sep, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (

must be user error


i don't regret buying them

so much bass my teeth chatter, solid construction

squeezes my head..but i have a big head. can't figure out how to mute the mic on playback without muting it in recording, no instructions indicating what the 3 position mic switch does when in the middle position. nevermind there's a mute mic button on...

Aug, 2007

Consumer review by: dissatisfied (

Craptacu1ar sound


Newegg shouldn't sell rubbish like this.


There is a rattling or buzz in the headphones if you turn above whisper volume. Gain has to be full blast for people to hear me over the mic in anything but mouse fart audibility

Aug, 2007

Consumer review by: Viacin (



Won't buy again, but I only wanted a cheap pair for now, and they will last me a year or less. If you want a good pair, look into alienwaxr.

cheapest stereo phones with mic

where to start... head band is uncomfortable, the earmuffs are too large, sit on your cheeks, and hurt your jaws. it's usb...I didn't pay $200 for a xfi fatality pro just so I could use the headphone's drivers. No way of knowing whether the mic is on...

Jun, 2007

Consumer review by: N/A (



Sadly I will probably be forced to buy another headset, meaning that this one was a total waste of money.

It works

The sound quality is pretty terrible. I get buzzing whenever the base goes too low, and my friends tell me I sound terrible through it when I speak. I might be able to fix this, except the headset wont work with my sound card drivers

Jun, 2007