Summary: I've purchased several of these headphones. The first one I purchase as a personnel use for my nexus 10 tablet. My nephew graduation was coming up so I packaged it as a gift (it was less than a month old), He loved it. My older nephew also fell in love with it and was always trying to borrow it,so I bought him one too. I missed it so much I bought another one for me. The fit was little uncomfortable on the older model.
Summary: Do NOT Buy these, I have gone through 3 sets of these in a month and a half, the noise cancelation just quits, the longest a set lasted for me was a week, other than that they sound great, fit good, no wonder they discontinued them, Stay Away.
Excerpt: These headphones aren't anything to look away at because of the price. There are so many people purchasing these monster branded Dr. Dre beats headphones that are utter trash in sound quality, but have heavy bass (what the kids want along with the style the brand has created). These headphones have DUAL speakers in it, one (15mm) for the higher frequencies and one (40mm) driver for bass frequencies.
Pros: Best Looking, Comfortable, Construction, Durable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Memory Foam Earpads, Runs Wo Batteries, Sound quality, Warranty - 2 Years
Cons: 350, First Pair Nc Broke, Tight Fit At First
Summary: The headphones themselves are good, quality you'd expect from £180 headphones. However, the actual casing is so poorly designed that the simple act of repeatedly removing these headphones from my head snapped the rigid section between ear-peices. Now one side doesn't work and as this happened more that 30 days after purchase I can no longer get a refund. Not the customer service you'd expect from any £180 purchase. I am extremely dissatisfied.
Summary: Sound quality is great, there's endless reviews raving about them. However, they're bloody uncomfortable if you're listening for more than an hour or so, really tight and there's not much you can do about it. I read somewhere that stretching them was a good idea, I didn't attempt this and I'm glad I didn't because the headband cracked a couple of days ago so it's only a matter of time before they snap through completely and I assume they'll be useless.
Summary: I bought these on the back of having a Klipsch iPod Dock which is brilliant. They are well made with a quality feel. Leather case very nice. However, they are heavy and feel too tight to wear for very long. I was expecting them to sound amazing, as my Klipsch dock is so good but I am disappointed in the sound quality which sounds flat, certainly does not have the "wow factor" that you get with Bose Quiet Comfort 15's which are now available for £179.
Summary: Tight headband. Boring sound. Further, these are NOT noise cancelling headphones - they are noise isolating headphones with a built in amplifier. I dismantled them and found no noise inversion circuitry or the required external noise sampling microphones which are used to sample external white noise. Overall, my aging Sony NC50's do a substantially better job.