Summary: These headphones have broken on my multiple times and the ear foam is shredding off. Plus after you use them for more than 30 minutes, your ears start to hurt because they press on them. Invest in better headphones.
Summary: Tried these for about 2 minutes, then boxed them up. Apparently, Audio-Technica doesn't realize that most people's ears aren't flat against their heads. With no pivot capability in the vertical axis, these phones are held away from the front of your ear, while pushing excessively on the back part.
Summary: These headphones sound amazing for the the price I paid for them. I bought them as a gift for my girlfriend and she was equally amazed. The cord is extremely long and useful in places where you are far from the device you are listening to (ie.
Summary: To be honest, the sound from these cans do not compare to my Sennheiser PX100's. They sound bass heavy and lack the clarity and detail of the PX100's. But to be fair, they cost half of the PX100's and are reasonably good for the price. They seem ruggedly built and are fairly comfortable.
Summary: For the price of these you can't go wrong.
They fit well, sound decent, and are reasonably durable. I've enjoyed a few sets of Audio Technica headphones across their price range and while I might not suggest these to an audiophile for their iPod, they work great for when I occasionally want...
Summary: These earphones are decent quality and the inline adapter that's included is nice. All in all, though, I found my earbud earphones to be just as good and much more comfortable to wear, so I ended up returning this item.
Summary: These headphones are okay if it's just to make little use, if you want more, you'll get another one that has more bass and better sound reconstitution. Never use these to mix or your mix is going to sound horrible on other speaker/phones. But well for the money it's okay.