Summary: I use this headphone to record music. This product is great for monitoring music. At one point, the sound only came out of one ear, but so far it has not happened since. Overall, great design with good sound and not bad for around $40.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Value, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: Considering the price, the headphones sound excellent, very close to Grado 125, with extra rich basses. Doesn't need extra amplification to sound good. However, the build quality is somewhat lacking. In about 4-5 months of careful use the left earpiece has died. If they were ~$20 I would definetly buy again. Because of poor build quality I will not recommend to pay more.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: Comments about Maxell DHP-II Full Size Headphone: Sure, there are cheaper entry-level consumer headphones. But with these, you're not just buying headphones, you're making a statement. "I'm not going to let the recession get to me! I'm taking control!
Summary: Comments about Maxell DHP-II Full Size Headphone: I have 3 of these for my DJ company, Amazing sound, Nice base response, Be aware i got them for $20.00 a piece on [@], ridiculously overpriced on this website
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound
Summary: I got these headphones on Amazon after looking at similar headphones locally, all with higher price tags. I am happy with them. I sort of baby them and haven't used them much, so I don't know how much punishment they can take. The one feature that I found intriguing is the cord, which doesn't extend from the right side. Both the right and left signals come up a thin cord on the left side, a really thin cord which fans my fears of it breaking.