Summary: After being so pleasantly surprised by the $9 HA-S160, I was so curious to hear if this is better. Is it better? It has better bass than the HA-S160, but worse treble. The midrange(including vocals) also sounds slightly recessed on this when compared to the HAS160. The bass sounds slightly exaggerated though, and not natural like it sounds on the HAS160. Overall I like the HAS160 better since it is better balanced.
Pros: Good bass. Good build quality
Cons: Slightly treble deficient. Slightly lacking in detail . Thin cord. Plug is straight and not a right angle one. Needs very extensive burn in.
Summary: These were recently reduced in price at comet (uk) and after comparing them against sony, denon and others these were easily the best sound and comfort for price. The other brands were slightly more but came worse off in my review.
Summary: I got this headphones for CAD $59.99 at FutureShop. I bought this because I want a lightweight headphones that I could wear for a long period of time without making my ears/head hurts because I don't like wearing my Shure DJ headphones in public or in a long periods of time as it gets hot and uncomfortable. This headphones sounds really great for its price. I know, the sound is not as good as my Shure SRH750DJ which cost $200+. But hey!
Pros: Great Sound for a budget price
Cons: Lacking of accesories (i.e Carrying case, 1/4 jack converter etc.)
Summary: For $30, these are easily the best cans you can get, that's right, I'm calling out the htf600's.
Sound- these cans are going for the sound most consumers want, bass, and a lot of it, they are headphones for bass junkies, but the mids and highs do not lack in any way. so you won't be listening to jazz, classical, or country with these cans, but for rock, hiphop/rap, and dubstep these will blow away anything for the price,(even htf600's) as for bass, it can beat anything...
Pros: comfort, style, portability, bass
Cons: fingerprints, thin cable, bass can overpower
Summary: Beats out the Bose Triport, the HD 202 and HD 435s, the AT M35. Just try it and see. Extremely comfortable (I wear mine while commuting and studying, for about 5+ hours a day). Bought because I needed commuting headphones (sound isolating was key) on a budget, without sacrificing sound quality. The mids are smooth and solid, the bass is punchy and tight, and the highs are clear and just marvellous. All in all a great buy.
Summary: I personally have studied music for over 3 years and have gone though and tested many different types and brands of headphones. I don't normally write reviews for anything but these headphones need all the credit where credits due. They have sheer quality of sound that is miles better than any Sennheiser or Beats it's ridiculous. So much that I've lost all respect for those brands. I literally think I'm at a live gig whenever I wear them. There that good.
Summary: Frankly for the price I was expecting the headphones to be smaller, but they are large enough to feel completely enclosed. The sound and quality for the price I feel is very good, If you want to really cut out background noise they are great but, if you need to listen out for other things in your life you may not be able to hear. JVC packaging is very robust.