Excerpt: Overall these are a great set of headphones (especially for the price). My single concern is the headband which I have to extend out to it's maximum so that it goes over my head and covers my ears. I have a size large head, anything bigger and these just wouldn't work. Be aware of this, and...
Summary: I have the Bose Noise Comfort headphones. I bought the audio-technica as a cheaper alternative. The noise canceling, the sound, is not as good as with the Bose. However as they are $200 cheaper they are an excellent alternative.
Excerpt: These noise cancelling headphones are great and definitely fantastic value for money. The main issue I have with these headphones is the noise leakage, which you can usually get away with but in a quietish environment it really stands out.
Summary: The noise cancellation on these headphones is great, and music sounds excellent. There is some noise leakage even with music turned down relatively low, but not to the point where it lessens the value of the noise cancellation or quality of sound.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: Includes pree-formed rigid zip around case for everything. All jacks are gold plated. Adapters are included. Unlike many other noise cancelling headsets, these can continue to be used for audio, even if the battery dies. (Only need 1 battery, too.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound
Summary: I loved almost everything about these headphones. It comes with a hard case with two removable 3.5mm male to male headphones cords, short and long. The cord being removable is also a major plus since you can conveniently change the cord to your liking. They are very comfortable and have effective noise canceling. It does not cancel all ambient noise, no headphones do, but its what you would expect for this price range.