Summary: The JVC HA M750's were my first "real" pair of headphones. Previously, I had just used iPod headphones and cheap 10 dollar headphones from my local grocery store. As such, I was very impressed by them. When I turned music on full volume, you could feel the cans shaking - a pretty cool experience that even my ATH M50's can't match. Interestingly, I originally got these headphones so that I could play video games, not listen to music..
Pros: For the money, one of the better headphones. Compares favorably even to beats. Excellent, powerful bass. Does not leak sound
Cons: Fragile. Cord is extremely thin, and susceptible to breaking (as mine did). Slightly sacrifices midtones and trebles (not "sharp")
Summary: Bought these at a local store for $60, don;t know where they got the $99.99 for the was price from. Replaced with a pair of JVC HA-RX900s, I would recommend just buying those for only $7 more once they are back is stock(out of stock at time of writing) the sound is better, and they seem to be much more resilient.
Pros: Amazing sound, these things will blow you away with the quality of the sound for the price. Great bass. Put these side by side with a friends Audio-Technica ATH M50, couldn't tell the difference.
Cons: After heavy use for 10 months the hinge broke on one side, so I taped it up and continued using. Read online that this is a common problem at around 6 months, I guess I got lucky with 10. Could only take a star off for that, the sound quality makes up for it.
These Are Almost Better Than My Beats Executive Headphones!
Philip Broadway, Amazon
16 July 2014
Summary: I Brought These Headphones Over 1 Year Ago At A Price Of £40 (HMV) Which As I Can See Isn't As Cheap As They Are Now (£27.00) I Always Thought The Higher The Price The Better The Quality, But This Is Amazing Comfort And Audio Quality With A Deep Bass. I Currently Own: Logitech UE 6000 £80 (Retail Of +£100) Beats Executive - £140 (Retail Of +250 ) Over Ear Headphones And I Believe They Easily Compete With These Headphones, The Clarity Of These Headphones Aren't As Good As...
Summary: Good looking, build quality not as robust as some £100 plus, Base high, mids crisp, lows ok, not as good as my sons Bose triport's but worth every penny, £25.95 (Put some of my sons Dubz on and they are good).
Summary: These cans are pretty weighty and not exactly comfortable but the sound quality is exceptional when plugged into a low output source like an ipod. In truth the cans are too good for an mp3 player because they show up the limitations of anything but lossless flac recordings a bit too well, but if you are using them on an mp3 player you are not that bothered about the quality of the recording anyway.
Summary: Headphones HA-M750 are OK only they do not sit tight around my head. When I push the speakers closer to my ears the bass is fantastic, the way i imagined. When i do not it feels too weak. The sound is clear & pleasant to ears.
Summary: Sound good and balanced through the register with various types of music. Well constructed and comfortable to wear if you take time to adjust the fit properly on your head and over your ears. I find that they do not, however, keep out external sound very well - although I expect it won't be an issue if the volume is turned up. They are very nice headphones.
Summary: I had these headphones for a week, so here's my honest review. Design - 10 out of 10, the sexiest looking cans and quite light. Sound quality - 10 out of 10, I was very surprised, didn't expect these headphones to sound so good, they can handle perfectly any genre of music (dance, classic, jazz, rock etc). I couldn't stop listening to my old playlist all over again and again.