Summary: For $199 or below, I couldn't find a better headphone out there. Having the batteries in the headphones allow it to sound great with just my phone. I got some higher end headphones, but I had to use an amp to get the sound out of them. First, I went 4 1/2 starts, then I changed it to 5 because if I have my music going at a medium volume, I don't hear anything at an airport or loud restaurant. Again, the canceling isn't as good as the Bose Q15's and I haven't heard...
Pros: Incredible Sound, comfort
Cons: Noise Cancelling is a little better with Bose
Summary: I have a disability and can't stand noise. I bought a pair and loved them. The best pair I have tried. Had to return them to the store because of a manufacturing defect, the plug was lose and when I moved my head had to play with the plug to get sound back. Got a pair of other brand NO good hiss, electic hum, and sit on the ear. When the store gets the UE 6000 back in stock will check the plug and if it fits properly get them and return the other.
Summary: Just bought these headphones recently and I have been listening to music more than I ever have before! The clarity in these headphones is just unbeatable, not to mention they're some of the most comfortable headphones I've ever had on my head! I didn't even have to think twice about my purchase, in fact, I didn't even realize they had active noise cancellation until I noticed the batteries...
Summary: These headphones are amazing in so many ways with very few problems. Below are some of the pros and cons I've experienced so far. Pros: 1. The sound is full and rich and delivers in a beautiful soundscape with many different musical styles. One thing that I noticed right up front is the bass is very strong (some might say too strong if you aren't a bass freak like me but it fits my style) After re-listening to many of my MP3s, I was hearing things I've never heard before...
Summary: These headphones are awesome, bought it in London and happy with it! Cool looking, good sound quality!
Bass: I'm a basshead and I love the bass in the active mode and in passive mode it becomes neutral just like the sennheiser momentum
Mids: sounds very good with vocal, little recessed in active mode
Treble: can't say much, a little to non-sibilance depents on the song!
Pros: sound quality,look, price/perfomance ratio
Cons: little heavy, noise cancelling kinda sucks but it makes the sound that I like
Summary: So upon arriving i was greeted as usual, and knew i was going to buy a set of HPs (headphones). And a gentalman walked up asked how my days was(which u usually dont hear, its more what can i help you with) So he was very "personalble" right off and told him, then he asked is there was anything in piticular i was looking for, and i told him, I know what i dont want and were my price point is which is 200-250.
Summary: Overall this product has been one of the best for the price thus far. To sum it up, if you're looking for great sound, great comfort/fit and a sturdy pair of headphones then you've found the right ones. I am a programmer so I am wearing these headphones literally all day and not once have they caused any form of discomfort. If you use them a lot like I do i would recommend getting some rechargeable batteries for the active noise cancelling.
Pros: overall sound and unparalleled comfort.
Cons: active noise cancelling could be a little better