Summary: excellent sound ,crisp and clear, but I have to send them back to flipcart for replacement due to faulty pin. Headphone jack / pin pop-ups every now and then with slightest of movement or touch. sound quality is fine. Prashant.
Turn it down mate, I can't hear my stomp video over your Katy Perry
J. A. Rees "vogonsrock", Amazon
10 January 2015
Summary: I bought these for my husband as he doesn't like the in ear (bud) type sets, he wanted to get over the ear head phones but we couldn't afford a set that would comfortably wrap around his frankly huge bullet shaped head or neck so these seemed like a good compromise. Being a bit sausage fingers and not very dexterous he does have a bit of trouble getting these on, but he is particularly inept so I don't think for a moment that most people would have an issue with this.
Summary: One of the problems with clip-over earphones is sound leakage and they are a compromise design being neither ear-bud nor over ear as long as you can live with your device working harder to make things audible then they are ideal and less likely to make your ears sweat after prolonged wearing/listening. Being a glasses wearer the size of the clip also has to suit ears with glasses in place.
the sound quality is very good for a pair of headphones that cost about £10
Faddi S, Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: I have been buying these headphones for the last few years and although initially they lasted me a year each, they now last little more than 2-3 months. The build quality has definitely declined. On the other hand, the sound quality is very good for a pair of headphones that cost about £10. Panasonic need to improve their build quality once more!
Summary: I bought these headphones a couple a days ago and i am overall happy. They are very comfortable and they adjust on the ear very well. Very good for training! The only thing is that the sound quality could be a lot better. Overall they are good earphones, if you compare price / quality.