Excerpt: "I watch a lot of online tutorials for various crafts which I have as hobbies. I find them a useful way of learning new skills without spending money on books and you get a better visual of what you are learning. I tend to watch them on my tablet, but obviously if my husband is watching TV the noise disturbs him so I borrowed these headphones from my dad, knowing it's the kind of thing he'd have spare so I wouldn't have to buy any new ones. I don't ...
Pros: Comfortable for prolonged periods, decent sound quality, come with adaptor, long lead
Cons: Lead can get in way, foam pads started to flake
Excerpt: "It's been about a year now since I've had this headphone, and so far nothing has broken off, it actually still works as well as when I got it. Now at the time when I purchased it was worth about £15 and may still be brought about that much. To the audiophiles out there that might sound a bit cheap but in this price range it is quite a good headphone. The structure of it is fairly well together, and the double "headband" feature on the picture ...
Pros: Cheap, comfortable, long cable, bundled with adaptor, looks good - durable .
Excerpt: For around £20 these headphones are brilliant. I use them on my computer with my soundblaster soundcard (which is supposed to be very good when used with these headphones as stated by the manufacturer) and they produce superb midrange and high frequency sound quality. The low frequency isnt amazing as such, but I have also used my headphones on my portable cd player and the bass is actually very good. I have gathered the bass quality depends on what device youre using.
Excerpt: The headphones are of high quality, in looks and in sound too they are better than normal headphones and they deliver a much more pure and clearer sound they do not go all fuzzy when you turn your audio equipment up they stay in normal quality. The headphones are very comfortable and fit the head ergonomically. For the price theyre are the headphones are a bargain!
Excerpt: I have used them at home with my keyboard for 6 months now and I am happy with them but their size is massive. I would not bring this headset outside my home as they are so big (especially the band) in size and stick up a lot from my head. Great sound for piano playing, tried it with music and it is fine but do not put the volume to high as the people around you will hear your music. Nice long 3 metre cable and super that it comes with 3.5 jack and adaptor!
Excerpt: The only issue is the single wiring to the left of the headphones. It may sound like you are only listening to one side; they also sound a bit muddy but perfect in all senses. From treble to bass I woulnt say buy another brand. With mid-base being perfect and making instrumental music come alive, these rock. The treble is sharp but can faulter music so if you have a good `Treble` setting on your MP3 or other media devices, up the trebel so sound isnt muddy.
Excerpt: Ive been using these headphones for over a year, and they are still as awesome as the first day I put them on. Amazing sound quality, good noise cancellation, and simply the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn. I regularly wear them for 6+ hours in a day, and theyre still not bothering me by the end. The self-adjusting headband works brilliantly, and the extra long cord is just an added bonus, so you dont have to have your input jack right next to you.
Excerpt: For the price tag you really cant fault them. Sound quality is excellent, and they are often extremely comfortable. They do, however weigh down on the head after hours of continuous use. The Open Air design means that there is a high amount of noise leakage, for example, people a couple of meters away will be able to what im listening to quite clearly when I have it on fairly loud.