Summary: I bought these about 3 weeks ago as a to-go pair with my QLS QA350. I should preface by saying I'm not particularly experienced with audiophile gear. These would be my first considered purchase in the reasonable-quality area after becoming fed up with lousy fidelity from mainstream mp3 crapola.
I bought the QLS and the AKG's simultaneously, so I'm not entirely sure which exactly the qualities emanate from, but I'll hazard a guess.
First things first.
Summary: Sound test: L (4/5) M (5/5) H (4/5) Noise cancellation (4/5) volume above 70% Build quality: Headphones (4/5) Cable quality (3/5) Cable length (5/5) Hear pads (4/5) Bag/case (4/5) Comfort (4/5) Price vs Quality (4/5) Overall Score (4/5) Best used on the go Tested with iPad, iPhone, Samsung S4 and Yamaha DSP-A5 AV.
Summary: Small and very portable made it a easy choice when I was looking for everyday headphones. Although not studio quality sound it will certainly satisfy 9/10 soundwise. I do not think the price can be beat and will recommend these to everyone except music afficionados.
Summary: Purchased to replace skull candy, used on six flights over the course of a week, excellent sound, light, portable, original price would have made this a more so spidered purchase however at the new revised price second to none compared to what's available on the market, comes with a robust case, slightly tricky to fit but it's just a question of practice, would not hesitate in purchasing another akg product
Summary: Not necessarily the most comfortable headphones I've ever put on, but the sound quality is great and the headphones certainly hold their own against the competition costing 3 times as much. Richer Sounds have proven to me again that they are a trusted source for quality equipment.