Summary: Lead very short, very tight on head and look silly as a result, volume control strange with no track function, sound mediocre for AKG. Thought i was getting a real bargain but wish i'd spent a bit more as i'll now eventually get something else.
Summary: Ok, I'd never pay £56.99 for a pair of mid-range headphones, £25.88 however was a very good offer and hooked me. I'm not overwhelmed by quality here, the lead is painfully thin, short and dangerously snappable from the left can.
Not Bad...but...not very comfartable after a short period
Chris Ross, Amazon
12 April 2013
Summary: Bought these for using in the office, good sound quality, have to keep the volume down a bit incase of noise bleed for others around me, but I haven't had any complaints. Very light and comfortable for a start but after 30 mins or so I get really sore ears (and I'm not talking about inner ear pain...
Summary: I have now had two pairs of these and though I love the musical qualities these headphones give, i have found what could be a bit of a flaw. After continual daily use over a 7/8 month period the cable inside the 3.5mm jack shrouding shears leaving the headphones unlistenable.
Summary: The AKG 450 are much much better than these. These do not have a microphone and definitely do not sound as good. Still, it's okay for someone on a budget. At £15, you wouldn't mind too much loosing them. Better to spend the extra money and buy something decent.