Summary: I've repeatedly bought these headphones, despite also owning Stax Lambda electrostatics and more expensive Sennheiser and AKG phones. And, in an even more interesting accolade, when I've bought Stax, Sennheiser and AKG headphones it was when I was a partner in Western Audio of Palo Alto, a dealer in...
Pros: Comfortable for long listening sessions, completely involving, warm and smooth, extraordinarily dynamic and rugged. Very inexpensive!
Cons: Lacks the resolution and the extension of more expensive headphones.
Summary: Let me start off by saying I've been a competitive PC gamer for a quite a while now. I never really cared about sound quality. I've had plenty of overpriced headsets labeled as "gaming headsets" from companies such as Razer, Steeleries, Logitech, etc.
Summary: I bought these as an alternative to my UE-11 pro's. Truth be told, my expectations weren't very high. After owning two sets of custom iem's and two universal iem's, I wasn't expecting to be floored to say the least. The first day I used them, they were overly bright.
Summary: When my 3rd set of Bose noise-canceling ear buds broke, I decided to look into a different type of headphone. The first site I stumbled upon was CNET, and for a couple of hours I poured over their headphone reviews.
Pros: Awesome sound, vintage look, don't require an amp, ability to upgrade
Cons: Uncomfortable until worn in, leak lots of sound
Pros: Grado SR60i headphones can be your favorite for a number of reasons. Not for its down to earth price but at the same time, its funky style may impress you the best. People just love these headphones for their reasonable price and multi-function facilities. This headphone set can be used for mult...
Cons: Well, some drawbacks of the Grado SR60i headphone sets might disappoint you as well. First, these headphones are not befitting when you are outside. Next, the thick cable and the open design of this headphone set may create obstacles sometimes.