Summary: PROS Build - Top notch Comfort - Definitely the most comfortable headphones that i own, even though they are a little on the heavy side. Sound - BASS! not over exaggerated boomy bass, but that deep hitting bass. Battery life - Decent enough, lasts me a few days of usage.
Summary: Fun and exciting sound is what the review said, I agree. Comfy to wear although, they are big and heavy compared to my sony mdr1rbt set. The connectivity is lacking. The refuse to pair up with ease.
Summary: Yes , the product is good but the main functionality is missing which is blue tooth connectivity if you are on any decent ( 15/20k + ) android device. This headphone uses aptx but it is not compatible with android phones supporting aptx.
Summary: If you read the reviews on various audiophile websites, the most ridiculed part about these is the price. When I first saw them in India, the cost was 37000 rupees but now the discount is amazing making it a good value for money.
Summary: I tried a wired pair of these on at the Apple Store in London and liked the fit - especially the over-the-ear style, since it means they can be worn for longer periods without discomfort to ears. Sound is great, lots of base. They look good and the materials are very nice to the touch.
Summary: Have been on the lookout for top audio/bluetooth cans with a price limit of £200. I have tried: Philips Fidelio M1 (top audio but truly awful bluetooth) Bose AE2W (good but plasticky, cheap and woefully over-priced, plus others sound better) Creative WP380 (no better than my £60 AirFi AF32s) Jabra...
Summary: When it arrived (in fantastic time!) I was really excited, hooked it up to my computer via bluetooth and realised that the sound quality wasn't that good. This wasn't due to the headphones, but due to my bluetooth reciever!! So make sure you have a good bluetooth module in place.