Summary: Really liked these... Great sound and a great choice, seriously good value for money from a reliable brand. My own problem was that i broke mine by catching the wire on an armchair when walking up a train. The wire got tugged on and the earphones became instantly mute. If you look after your earphones and don't let stupid things like this happen to you... I can't fault these earphones... especially for the price..
Summary: I've been giving these a bit of a tryout before reviewing them cos things can seem good at first,but then disapoint.These in ear headphones from House of Marley, though are something else! They look fantastic with there wooden body wrapped in green coloured alluminium,and the leads wrapped in a woven red,yellow,green,and black cord.cool.You also get a good quality gold mini jack,and 3 differant sizes of in ear rubber pieces.The sound easily rivals senheisers at the same...
Excerpt: Info My girlfriend bought these as replacements when her two year old broke my pair of "Skullcandy Rasta" over head headphones, I did not think the quality would be sufficient for what i used them for (I was producing music at the time and needed a semi decent headphone to listen to mixdowns in) but was pleasently suprised when it came to listening. The Specs freq.
Pros: made of wood, laced cord to protect wiring .
Summary: They look amazing and the sound quality is really good.:) The design is awesome. Great delivery time. The only bad point is that the painted logo on the wood at the back of the earphones has almost completely rubbed off in less than a month!! :( But overall they are brilliant and reasonably priced!!
Summary: So far I'm quite impressed. I wasn't as blown away as I thought I'd be given what the guy in the shop was telling me but they are probably as god as the equivalent sennheisers that I normally get. The sound is quite bassy and fairly clear and accurate. The tangle free cord is effective but slightly noisy when it knocks or rubs itself.