Summary: They look great. They are integrated with the iphone so you can adjust volume, skip tracks, pause, even answer calls. They charge via USB and still work, albeit without the noise cancelling function, when the batteries are flat. They sound fantastic... for a while.
Summary: Firstly, important to note that I am not a "headphone geek". Have been perfectly happy with £10 headphones for a while...but felt like treating myself. Wish I'd gone for the Bose! Remember that comment, because you'll see it again at the end of this review.
Failed after a dozen uses, manufacturer not interested.
T. Jones, Amazon
27 November 2013
Summary: I bought mine from the Apple Store for use on long haul flights. In just under two years I have maybe used them on 6 or 7 return flights. I have been meticulously careful with them at all times but the right hand phone has completely stopped working.
Summary: I am very impressed with these headphones could sound quality, does not distort at higher levels and good amount of bass. Nice comfortable fit on ears, feel secure not like it will fall off if you turn head quickly and comes with another size band so you can adjust according to your preference .
Solid, well designed, sound great.. and £90 cheaper than QC15
27 November 2013
Summary: These are better than the QC15s in several ways. A headphone snapped off my pair of QC15s. So I replaced with these. They're classy, metal, solid. And, to me, they sound great. I know about treble, bass, and loudness. I don't know about top heavy or other nuanced terminology.
Summary: I don't often write reviews, but these headphones are AWESOME. The sound canceling is great already without activating the active mode ( I use them like this most of the time and usually don't here people coming in my back). When activated, such as in a train, you're back to silence again...