It’s plastic frame makes unsettling noises that one would be fearful of when dumping $130 plus tax on.
The ear padding is made up of a thin layer of pleather which over time peels with excessive use and becomes very uncomfortable and sweaty with long periods of use.
The sound is alright, just as you’d expect from Sony’s many previous headsets and headphones which can be used as a reference.
Microphone quality Is pretty decent, but you’re unable to move it closer or further away from your face. Depending on the noise level in the room it’ll make for a challenging experience at times.
The headset has basic sound/mic settings which can be configured on your PlayStation settings unlike other headsets with multiple EQ settings that can be manually set for your own best experience from your phone or computer.
Depending on your head size or ear size the ear pads can make for an uncomfortable gaming experience with those with glasses, large heads, and big ears.
If your heart is set on these because you want a headset that matches your new PlayStation 5 then you’re obviously not set on quality, and that’s alright, but if you are looking for a great headset with many great features I’d recommend Steelseries Arctis 1,3,5, and 7. For $130 you deserve a better quality product and you’ll get that with an Arctis headset for roughly the same price or cheaper! I don’t work for Steelseries nor do I actually care what you buy, I’m just giving an honest opinion with an honest suggestion.