Excerpt: I purchased these headsets to go with electric piano and they are awesome. I really like the complete coverage over my ears. The noise cancellation works really well too. I would recommend these to everyone.
Excerpt: I use them on Windows Desktop Vista for mostly text to speech (TTS) and also muffling ambient noises out, a bit. This, w/o even turning on Active noise cancellation. They haven't been used much for stereo listening, though I tested them briefly and they make music sound fantastic (but I'm not an audiophile, so let others' recs guide you there). All said, I only use some of these headphones' features; but what I use works fine.
Summary: Granted, these are not a pair of Beats headphones for $79.97 like Mr. dray3d might have expected; but, I do like them better than my Sennheiser 280 hd pro headphones that I paid $100 for. They are a little on the heavy side but very comfortable. I use them at work to listen to webinars for training, and also with my iPod and home pc with all styles of music. I would recommend them to anyone with a budget of less than $100.
Summary: I found these at a deal for $69 + tax and jumped on it. I've never owned noise cancelling headphones before, so I was curious to see what the hype was all about. I was also a bit worried about the longevity of the batteries needed to take advantage of that noise cancelling ability. I was very pleasantly surprised when I finally received them and got to put them to the test for the first time. They are by far the most comfortable over the ear headphones I've ever worn.
Summary: Bought three of these cans! Can't beat the value. It may take sometime to figure out how to properly and correctly plug the connectors. It does sound great and feels comfortable. FYI about connectors, I shape to the phone, L shape to the player or phone. The I shape connector does need extra force to correctly plug in.