Summary: I decided to buy the k26p headphones after i read about how the sound was on par or better than the sennheiser px200s. That might be true, but the design is pretty poor. Each headphone puts so much pressure on your ears! You cant listen to them that long because the pressure hurts too much after a while. Also, they stay on top of your head with two little square foam blocks on the metal band; about the furthest from ergonomic you can get.
Summary: I bought these on sale for about $28. These phones are not worth $60. No question about that. I've been using them for 2 and a half years, and they're always my "go-to" pair for portable listening. They've got a clean, crisp sound with some accentuated bass (which I like). Damn good for the price. They don't cancel every bit of it, but they muffle outside noise, and it becomes almost not existent if you
crank the volume of your tunes a bit.
Summary: The sound on these is quite good, but the headband is a bit constricting (you will feel pressure on the top of your head) and the ear pieces become uncomfortable as well during extended listening. This set is also rather on the flimsy side, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone that isn't in the habit of being exceptionally careful with their headphones.
Summary: Excellent for a portable device or any application. Clear highs,a focused mid, and a tight bass. Could use a slight boost in the 60-100HZ range but very good as is in most situations. These phones have a very "live" sound with great stereo separation and definition.Very adjustable with a nice firm fit. In almost daily use for the past three months,very durable.Very comparable to Bose on-the-ear and superior to the Bose over-the-ear phones I tried prior to purchase.
Summary: I bought the product in hopes that it would suffice in place of the more expensive noise-cancelling headphones I needed to get for the editing work I do. Unfortunately, these aren't made to be worn for long periods of time-- I usually edit for 6-hr periods. These can only be worn for about an hour before my ears feel like they are about to fall off (and I have a relatively small head & ears).
Summary: These things start hurting just about 6 or 7 inches from your head and continue to do so until you put them down and walk away. If you can live with that, buy them. For the money spent there is probably not a better sounding set of cans out there. I was very impressed with sound vs expense ratio. Now if I can just figure out how to wear them for more than 2 or 3 minutes.
Summary: These are really nice headphones at a really good price. Mostly used with an iPod where they have great volume and are big improvement over the ear buds that come with the iPod. If there is a con it is that the volume needs to be cranked up to drown out ambient noise. Not really a con since they are not advertised as noise cancelling.
Summary: My only negative with the headset is the headband adjustment. It seems a bit tight. I consider the adjustment a minor issue. I have not used the headset for extended periods. Were I to want to listen to something for hours, I might reach for a set with larger ear pieces.