Excerpt: A comfort to wear even on a 7 hour flight. They effectively cut down external sounds making it more enjoyable to listen to music at a quieter level. The molded carrying case is great protection for the headphones. Sounds quite flat, no extra high end or low end boost.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Versatile
Excerpt: I use these headphones with my keyboard when I don't want to disturb my neighbors or guests. The sound is fantastic. These fit on the ear, not over, which I find more comfortable. Gets hot after playing for a couple of hours but that's not surprising. Plus, they look great!
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I didn't realize that these were an on-ear design until after I ordered them. I was kicking myself as I knew they wouldn't be to my liking with the whole isolation thing'. Heck, I almost requested an RMA before they even arrived. However, when they did arrive I just had to open the box and again, I looked into the pouch and saw those diminutive cups while I gently shook my head from side-to-side. Even so, I decided to try them.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: Planned usage was during my ~25 minute strolls to work each morning, I commute beside a busy road, these did not provide nearly adequate noise isolation or comfort. The pros: - Very good audio quality overall, albeit somewhat flat, the clarity is maintained even at high volumes. - Solid construction, tangible weight and metal parts. - Lightweight, while the weight is noticeable, it's quite tolerable.
Excerpt: I have auditioned a number of headphones in search of the perfect, portable, and great sounding headphone, including B&W P5, ATH-50, V-moda M80, and various in ear models. I found this model to be the best of all worlds. Clean, clear sound without distortion or over-emphasized bass, excellent portability and usable, protective case, comfortable and stylish.
Excerpt: I needed high quality closed headphones for using at work. My reference headphones are Grado RS1 that I use at home. Grado RS1, while excellent in sound, are open back headphones and are not suitable for using in an office.I first bought AKG K550 from a local @. While very resolving and open sounding, they sounded too shrill to me.
Excerpt: Let me just start this off by saying these little headphones are very well designed and built. They are surprisingly efficient for being 80ohms and have a very well balanced tone that does have one drawback--a slightly 'cupped' sounding lower midrange. That said, I think that is just part of a sealed headphone sound in most cases. It's not major by any stretch. It also has this incredible bass!