Summary: I got these for general home use, thinking that their "DJ"-ness should make them quite robust and sound at least reasonable. The build quality is good for the money I paid (just under 9 pounds) but I can see the foam padding on the ear cups is not going to last long. The sound quality is a bit lacking, and not nearly as articulate as I had expected for the "DJ" label. I pulled out East 17's cover version of West End Girls - the distortion was just not acceptable.
Summary: I've owned several pairs of headphones at around this price range, so I think I can judge them fairly. These are supposed to be over-ear headphones, but they're somewhere between over-ear and on-ear. I don't have large ears but still I felt like there was barely any space for them, with my ears pressed up against the hard part inside the cups. I have a small head but I felt like they were clamped the sides of my head rather than resting on the top of my head.
Summary: I was under the impression the casing was metal... however it wasn't really a issue for me I think these headphones will live up to the wear and tear I put on things (I am really hard on my stuff) they are very flexible and can be bent around like crazy.... The sound quality is amazing for the value I feel like I can hear the full spectrum with these speakers...
Summary: If you are starting out as a DJ and are looking for an affordable set of headphones, then these are definitely it! It is comfortable, the sound quality is excellent and it looks and feels great!. The only thing I have against it (and I am nit-picking) is that it is quite big and prominent when you put it on. But don't really care about that much - this is my second one!