Summary: By Can Sinan Artuc I have 12 headphones and 5 IEMs. This one is my 13rd of headphones and w.r.t. its price, Creative Aurvana Live! is really unbelievable. I have also Sennheiser Momentum (on ear and over ear models) and ATH M50. The most of the reviews are compared Aurvana to these headphones so I would like to do it so. Creative Aurvana Live! is much better than Momentum on ear as sound quality and comfort. I listen Rock, Metal and Classical music while working.
Summary: I still can't believe just how great these are. The balance is excellent. If you have a neutral or slightly bassy preference, these are the ticket in this price range.
Pros: Excellent sound quality for the price range. I'm fairly certain these are unbeatable at this budget. They're rebranded Denon's with Fostex drivers. They're also very durable, and the cord is long enough to reach anywhere (with the included extension). Mine have lasted over a year without any issues. They're also extremely comfortable, even for glasses wearers.
Cons: Headband could use some more padding. Discomfort in the band area can be noticed after 5+ hours of wear.
Summary: In my opinion, well worth it and as of now, I would certainly recommend them to anyone.
Pros: I was looking for headphones for quite awhile, not wanting to spend $200-$300 on any of them, as much as I would have liked the high end kind, it just wasn't what I need. I only wanted headphones for hanging out on the computer and listening to music while browsing or working on here. I really didn't want to spend much at all, just something comfortable and good sound since my old ones have seen better days. But, I also didn't want anything cheap with low quality soun...
Cons: The only "con" I would even consider is the extension cable that came with it but even that isn't much of an issue for me. It's just tiny and one would think it would split in half just by looking at it. I've used it on and off all day and it delivers a great signal so I'm happy for now...
Summary: They feel kind of...cheap. Like they would be easily broken. I haven't had any problem with them though, and I've been using them for over six months now.
Pros: Very comfortable ear cups. Sound is excellent for games...don't listen to much music through them so cannot comment on that.
Cons: The top of the headband hurts the top of my head after 45 mins or so, so I have to keep re-positioning them every once in a while. This is the first pair of headphones I've owned in close to 10 years (long time earbuds user), so I may just not be used to them yet.
Excerpt: I am an avid gamer and I listen to a lot of music, so I was looking for a pair or headphones that could handle both really well, with a preference toward a bassy sound. After doing a lot of research online, I found the Creative Aurvana Live.This website had the best price, so I went ahead and ordered it.It arrived a week or so later; and I was pumped, cause I'd heard great things about it.
Pros: Ambient Sound Reduction, Balanced sound, Comfortable, Compact, Good Directional Sound, Good Value, Great Detail, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: I got them on sale four years ago for, if i remember right, around $50.
Pros: These are the best pair of headphones I could have asked for. I have owned them for about four years and I thought I should pay it forward for the good years of services they've given me and write my very first review. Extremely comfortable, sound better than most of the other much more expensive I've tried, very durable and the materials last, both headphones have a separate cable coming out of the bottom of the ear piece, easy adjust.
Cons: Just this past month I broke one of the hinges and had to epoxy it back together, but I dropped them pretty good so thats fair. Cords are a little short, which can be a good or a bad thing because they definitely wont reach to the back of a computer tower on the ground without an extender (they wont get tangled up either and are perfect length for your pocket!).
Summary: By Francisco Silveira First of all I've been a regular read/poster on a headphone forum, and an avid bargain finder. I think you should look for the best quality you can get for your money, and that fits your needs. These use the same driver as the Denon AH-D1001, inside a more spacious (and in my opinion, pretty) enclosure. If you listen to hip-hop, dubstep, drum 'n bass, reggae or anny bass-heavy genre, these are for you.
Summary: By Ha I bought this headphone about 2 years ago. Very comfortable to wear, still working well, suitable for most of my favorite genres (Pop, New age, Musical instruments, even some heavy metal). Many of my colleagues tried my headphone and they all agreed that it could produce very good sound. Best choice at this rate.