Summary: Okay so I picked these headphones up after having sony's piiq's (on-the-ears) they were liek a 60 dollar set, not bad. Good sound quality for that price range but rather uncomfortable and let sound in so I wanted an over-the-ear pair.
Pros: Extremely comfortable and adjustable, fit almost any head type. Sound quality is superb for its price range. Excellent style/weight.
Summary: I recently bought two pairs of Incase Sonic headphones for my cousins, and I got a chance to try one of the pairs out before delivering the gifts (I stealthily cut the box open with a razor blade- only a forensics expert could ever tell!). Anyways, to say I was impressed was an understatement.
Pros: Superb design and comfort, durable, attractive, functional, sound good, great panning.
Conclusion: Incase’s first go at the headphone business is a pretty strong one. The full-size Sonic headphones are so well designed, they make you want to love them; but some occasionally shrill treble could be a deal breaker for some picky listeners. On the whole, we think Incase did a great job.
Conclusion: At $180, the Sonics are significantly cheaper than most of the other head- phones on test. The audio quality makes them a good buy, so long as you can envis- age yourself going out in public with the bulk and retro design.