Inside the retail package we find the headphones, a user manual and a driver / software disc. Let's take a quick tour around the headphones and check out each section.
The headphones are completely black with the exception of a few red and white accents and feature some pretty large ear cups. The majority of the surface on the Strato consists of what appears to be smooth, almost velvet-like rubber which looks really nice but will likely pick up oils from your fingers over time.
The headband has the Strato product name printed on it in a slightly different shade of black along with the Ozone name in red. The inside of the headband features padded leather with tiny ventilation holes. Two tiny screws on either side hold the assembly together.
The headband is fully extend-able on both sides with numbered markings so you can set each side the same. The ear cups have the familiar red and white Ozone and Strato name plate in the middle. There are also L and R (left and right) letters on each side so you know the proper orientation when putting the headphones on.
More just ahead.