Summary: See http://www.head-fi.org/forum/newestpost/622950 for the full "review"...
These headphones do a lot of things right and some things pretty wrong.
- The sound is neutral and tight
- Lacks deep bass and the last bit of clarity with voices and fine instruments
- "Stage" is something you...
Pros: Tight and neutral sounding
Cons: Utter lack of deep bass, zero stage, aggressive treble
Excerpt: I fancied some over-ear headphones but wasn’t prepared to pay the high prices for fashionable Beats by Dr Dre. I had a look on Amazon for headphones with good reviews and these Noontec Zoro Professional Headphones caught my eye.
Pros: Excellent sound, great price, durable, look good
Cons: Too big to fit in smaller bags, don't have the "cool factor" of Beats
Summary: Fantastic for the price. Good quality build and good quality of sound. However, if you are going to wear headphones for an extended period of time look elsewhere! They are great for 15/20 min. But any longer and your ears will really start getting sore to the extent you would rather be in silence.
Summary: Good sound quality. A bit on the tight side. Good cable - doesn't tangle badly. Ear covers came loose on one of the 2 pairs I bought. Sound also failed in one ear of one pair. Probably due to mis-treatment by 10 yr old.
... - The result - the Dr Dre ones are better but only marginally
Paul M Williams, Amazon
22 December 2014
Summary: I have a friend with the Dr Dre headphones so was keen to compare them - The result - the Dr Dre ones are better but only marginally. The ear pads are better on the Dr Dre ones and the Bass/sound is just that little bit more 3D than the noontec ones.
Summary: Impressive for price great clear and neutral sound quality, I've got £200 pair of over ear sennheisers and there's virtually no difference in general sound quality you've really got to stretch them to see difference.