Summary: On clearence as there are T51p and dt1350s now so I went ahead and got these for use on the road and in the office. The other phones I own right now are the over ear momentums so this review is in some ways a comparison.
Pros: Treble, mids, size
Cons: Design, cost cutting in areas, hairs get stuck when adjusting, bass will not quite some people
Summary: DISCLAIMER: I've not listened more than 20 hours on them.
If these headphones doesn't tur water into wine during the next 80 hours of listening, I declare these headphones as the worst buy ever.
Summary: I'm using the T50P with my Centrance Dacport in my office and I'm in paradise. I did the usual burning of about 150 hours and used them every day since and can only praise for the amazing SQ I'm getting.
Summary: Hi, just want to tell everyone wondering over the sensitivity of the t50p regarding positioning over the ear. I was initially disappointed with this peculiar behaviour of the ear phone when I first got them.
Pros: Has it all
Cons: Need to EQ the curve and add an extra ear pad on to the existing one.
Summary: Sound is really good. Not much of a review but I'm not in the mood. Why? My first set of these became faulty after a few months. The cable seemed to become disconnected indside as the sound started to only emit from one side.
Summary: Just bought this set from Amazon.de and I must say that I was surprised by the huge difference between this and the Sennheiser set I bought some five years ago. Yes, I have now spent a little over 230 Euros, but wasn't this a great investment!
Summary: I'm no audiophile, have owned a pair of beyerdynamic dtx101's and Grado SR80s in the past, but for closed back headphones these were very impressive. The level of clarity on the highs were the first thing I noticed, you can hear everything, vocals are pin sharp.
Summary: Let me start off with the obvious - the T50P sound great - I'm happy, but there are a couple of 'buts': 1) but the portable nature makes them more on-ear than over ear. The instructions show how they should be positioned, and that makes quite a lot of difference to the sound, but the ultimate sound...