Summary: I was looking for a great pair of headphones with super quality sound and that wouldn't be too expensive. These fit that exactly and I couldn't be happier. The bass is great and they're comfortable!
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound
The Soul Rebels lead the inexpensive headphone insurrection for the win
KJ "Kenbo", Amazon
13 January 2014
Summary: The styling, construction and build quality of these headphones is beyond belief - I have a pair of Sennheisers that I paid £130 for and they're made exclusively from plastic, the Soul Rebels have two plastic headband terminators just above the ear cups and that's it, the rest is an orgy of aluminium, stitched canvas, rivets and steel piping - they retail at £24.99.
Summary: I spent a long time in a store listening to different headphones before settling on these. Here's a brief overview of what I heard. SOUND The sound quality of these is punchy and a decent bass line, but most importantly the mid-range is still very clear, giving a decent overall sound. They are slightly bass heavy, but not a lot so and very tolerable.
don't know what 'dubwise' standz for but deez are rockin phonez !!!
Sentient 1, Amazon
3 August 2013
Summary: just tried deez phonez on for size .. they are a nice fit .. the only way they coming off yo head iz if you engage in some foolish head movements .. coz other than that they are staying put. Played Natty Dread tru deez and waz very impressed with the bass .. itz a bass performance that doesn't over power the listening experience. Az some have mentioned about the pinching of the cups on the ears .. yes this I can also testify to ..
Summary: comfy, great quality, great price. Much better than my old skulcandys which broke after a few months I have had these 6 months now. After 3 hours my ears started to ache a little but recovered after a 2 min rest. EDIT: they broke in one ear which is a shame cuz I really loved them.
Summary: These were to replace a pair of PX 100's which were starting to fall apart. As sound quality is very subjective it might assist if you understand that my taste in music is 60's 70's and I am not a bass freak. I listen to music on my MP3 player and they are great in that regard but I also use them to listen to TV/Blu-Ray through my old Sony STR-DB 930.
Summary: These are a bargain. They're brilliant, great bass and clear highs, mids could be a fair bit better but for the price I have no right to complain. Everything's made out of recycled components which is nice. comes with a convenient draw string bag which looks good. The wire is coated with string but tangles a little more than I like. They are very comfortable and definitely durable.
Summary: I brought these headphones somewhere else for £14.99 and I must say they have a great design I especially like the aluminium ear cups and the fabric covered lead. I don't like paying lots for headphones and as soon as I found out House of Marley were doing headphones I really wanted some. For me the sound quality is good there is more bass than my JVC's HA-RX300 and as they are on ear I don't have to have the volume turned up as loud.