Summary: For 25 € I bought these cans for my home computer, just to practice and listen my Cubase recordings of my bass, guitar and synths via my Behringer mixer. They are very comfortable to wear, fit firmly and tightly against my head.
Summary: I have had these headphones for about a year now and have used them heavily for my home recording projects. While mastering songs I might spend 4-5 hours with the K-44s on and I have never experienced any discomfort.
Summary: These are an extremely comfortable pair of cans, I've worn mine for many hours at a time and still been comfortable. They go low, and have no difficulty pelting out the bass frequencies where my speakers sound either feeble or give up on.
Summary: Had these headphones a month now, used them on a daily basis. Slight problem when plugged into my phone as only one side works but I assume thats more to do with an issue in my phone rather than the headphones.
Summary: These headphones produce a pretty good sound for the price. The only thing is I thought that if I was wearing them I wouldn't disturb others around me with any noise. Unfortunately it isn't the case.
Summary: wanted a pair of phones for walking down the street, with good sound quality for the price. these are made for studio work and are a little big for walking down the street with; like giant mechanical ears.
Summary: I bought these for the basic application of being permanently plugged into a Line6 POD, so I wasn't expecting a huge amount from these. However I was quite surprised with how they compared with my , which are more than ten times the price.
Summary: By no means headphones for the audiophile but for the price you pay (I paid £19) these are well worth every penny. Perfect for around the house or cheap everyday headphones. Great sound from them, though a bit on the plastic side I will admit however I think these just have the edge over my...