Conclusion: Pros : Light and comfortable, very well balanced frequency response. Cons : The plastic construction is flimsy, the cable is tick and stiff (I have already changed it). Overall it is a very good open headphone considering the price.
Summary: These headphones give a nuteral sound, not to heavy on base and treble. The sound quality is very good on all equipment that I've used. My only concern is that they are made of plastic and over time could break. There for I rate them 4 stars.
Summary: These headphones are very good for listening to either uncompressed WAV files of CDs made using EXACT AUDIO COPY or listening to source formats on a medium grade HiFi. They do take some stages of breaking in to reach their optimum sound so if dull at first do not worry every few hours makes them...
Summary: Very good indeed - extremely comfortable, and highs and lows exactly where you'd expect. Only snag is that their accuracy can expose deficiencies further up the chain - on a cheap'n'cheerful CD player they sound fantastic, but on my iPod I get a confused midrange.
Solid build and high sound quality at this price point
23 February 2013
Summary: These are an update of the old DTX900 which was already an excellent product. My only gripe is that the price has gone up a bit. Very well made. The cable is a bit long for portable use, but at 3 metres should be perfect for home use on your Hi Fi.