Summary: I replaced these with a Bose headset, because I got the Bose headset for Christmas and gave this JVC set to my dad.
Pros: Sounds as good as my Bose headset I replaced these with.
Cons: If you have your music cranked up really loud and you're working in an office...a neighbor may hear it. Its not bad enough to deduct an egg though, because its not even close to be disruptive. Just thought I would mention it.
Summary: These headphones are great. They get 5 stars for sound quality, and 3.5-4 stars for build quality.
Pros: I've owned these headphones since 3/30/12, and I have to say that they were pretty great for what I paid for them. The bass response from these cans is superb. It's tight, clear, and can keep up with faster tracks. It also can make the cans vibrate if you want them too. The treble is, in my opini...
Cons: Now the cons are that for one the wire used in these headphones is extremely thin so it can easily break/come apart. This just happened to mine around the last 2 weeks of March 2013. It started to separate just above the 3.5mm jack. What's funny is that both the L/R still headphones work lol. I h...
Summary: Worth the money I paid, I'm happy with the product.
Pros: The bang for buck isn't bad. I'm happy with it. They're comfy for my ears (which aren't small, but aren't large either), the folding mechanism doesn't feel cheap, the length is ideal and the adapter looks solid. The sound thus far has been great, but I'm still burning them in (not that these real...
Cons: They're not top of the line headphones. The sound isn't perfect even half way through burn. But is this really a con? Technically yes, but for the price you paid these really aren't bad headphones.
Summary: People say that you have to play with Audacity to unlock the "real" sound capable of these. But I used them out of the box and the sound is very nice. Nice bass too. They block out 70% sound from outside so I can just put them on while im studying. Very satisfied.
Pros: Comfortable. Great sound, heard little things in my playlists that I couldn't hear before. Fold, which is convenient. Reminds me of those Bose phones that cost a hundred something, except at a fraction of the price. I hope these never fade or break.
Cons: I have small-average size ears. After maybe 45 min of having them on, my ears begin to ache/hurt. Top of my cranium is fine, just my ears.
Summary: Overall, I would suggest you get them during the -50% deal. I don't think I would pay for these at full price. Annoying question: I've been reading all over about "breaking in" headphones, and some say it is a myth and others say it is real.
Pros: -Comfortable around the ears. Won't squash them as long as you don't have Dumbo ears. -Phones fold up. -Sound is decent. -Comes with an extension cord as the one attached isn't long enough for some folks. I like that. Makes it so you have just enough when you walk around with an MP3/iPod in your ...
Cons: -Uncomfortable on top of my head. It seems like I've traded sore ears for a sore scalp. However, the soreness of my head isn't as bad as the soreness I was experiencing on my ears with my previous pair of headphones. -As others have said, the cord seems fragile. I suggest you take care when unplu...
Summary: If your a big guy with big ears then your out of luck, same goes if your a little guy with big ears. Then it would just very uncomfortable for you guys. For the price and that it can fold, it should of came with a case or something since it has a nice shiny finish.
Pros: Looks nice, good finish. It just sit around your ear and doesn't touch it so its very comfortable and I get no pain after 6+ hours of use. Better than those $150 ones that just crushes your ears. Sound maybe not good for those high demanding sound freak but for the price it's very good.
Cons: It comes with an extension cord and without it, it's pretty short (4ft). I've had this for 3 years now it very few times I have to rotate the plug in jack to get the left speaker working but only with the extension. (Always needed the extension so haven't used it without the extension)
Summary: These are good phones for the money. In the long ago, I did some studio and concert work myself, and also worked for many artists as what we then called "button pusher" (technical consultant, mixing board and tape operator, mic placement, all that stuff).
Pros: Relatively inexpensive, extremely efficient, great end-to-end frequency response on the only source tested thus far (Pandora 192 Kbps, Joe Satriani/Steve Vai/Stevie Ray Vaughan/Gary Hoey/Andy Timmons/etc.)
Cons: Guess I have really big ears. Cups just a bit small but tolerable. Squish 'em in there.
Summary: I used to have a Sen HD201. It was very good but broken after 1 yr. So, I decided to try something different. However, I am very disappointed with this Headphone. Sounds is muddy and I decided to keep it in the box and wear my Sen earbud.
Pros: Shipping was ultra fast (Just one day out of the three day UPS shipping) and well worth the price. They are very comfortable, cushy on the top of your head and it gives your ears a lot of room and doesn't smash them and make them sore after a long period of use. They are incredibly loud, with cri...
Cons: The cord is a little shorter than most headphones but it comes with an extension and solves that problem easy, even without the extension it couldn't lose an egg from me.