Summary: $50 for over the ear headphones with near audiophile grade quality, these are a deal of the century.
Pros: I got these headphones for under $50 which for audiophile headphones are very cheap. Because of this, I wasn't expecting much; I thought they would either sound bad or break within a few weeks from shotty build quality. I was blown away when they came because, though a bit plasticy, the wire has a very solid feel and has a spring at the end to take off pressure. The sound is good and better suited for mid to highs and lacks bass however, if you have an amp with an equ...
Cons: Not too many BUT Cons: - Lacks bass (Not too bad for me since I don't listen to hip hop or rap - Very plastic like (though it doesn't feel like cheap plastic if that's worth anything. However it is $50 so you should expect plastic) - Headphone pads feel cheap and like they will fall apart after heavy use. You can get replacement ones with better materials so this isn't a bad con. Not sure if the headband is actual leather but it feels like it.
Pros: Great headphones, amazingly clear and the quality hasn't gotten any worse, even though i have a bad habit of playing my music way too loud. long cable is great.
Cons: Hurts my ears after prolonged use. i have medium-long hair that's really curly, and it can cause interference resulting in a slight buzz that comes and goes. (i know it's my hair, i had 3 other people check them) but nothing worth removing an egg
Summary: they don't make a head set for gamers at a good price which sucks.
Pros: im not a audio type of guy all i know is i play games i watch anime and let me tell u first time i heard of this comoany was on a buss talking to a guy who let me try these compared to my head set which was a turtle beach at the time. and that thing would shake and give great sound so i thought. and i was like man yours cant be mine well they did and i looked like a dumb but. but i tell you what they were great sounding. loved them used a friends a few months ago. and...
Pros: Very good quality build and construction. The cord and headphone jack are that of the high-end quality you get from DJ monitor headphones - they have the jack it in a metal shield which minimizes the shorts that happens to so many headphone jacks after its pulled back and forth. The sound quality is very good - rich highs, mids & lows and it really blocks external sound very well. The shape of the headphones actually does NOT give sound loss. In my experience, traveli...
Summary: They are compact and get the job done for much less than what I should have paid for them.
Pros: Got these at half off, about $50. For this price is a complete steal. The sound is what you'd expect for (the original price of) $120. I would recommended them for anyone who needs quality for lite usage.
Cons: These are closed, over-ear headphones. Meaning they sit on your ears, not 'around' your ears. Because of this, long sessions can make your ears a little sore, but this is not a negative for me really.