Summary: The sound quality is very good for an inexpensive set of headphones. Unfortunately the Y shaped lead that attaches, stethoscope style to each 'can' is made of a material that picks up lots of noise when you move. The scraping and rattling noises as the leads catch on my shirt collar make these almost impossible to use at the laptop unless I sit completely motionless.
If you've a small head and little ears then these are the boys for you
Yer Man "Big Brendy", Amazon
7 June 2012
Summary: These look good. They sound perfectly well and were designed for a Hobbit. Well perhaps that is a slight exaggeration, but they feel tight and kinda 90% sit over the ear so they never feel comfortable but they are not uncomfortable if you get where I'm coming from with all this! They sound fine plugged into an iPod but if it's crisp high end and deep base you're after they jump up a few price brackets and leave this for the occasional gamer.
Summary: Folks I bought the ca-200 based on other reviews in the marketplace. Yes these are a good pair of headphones, But not as good as the RHA 850 which in my opinion offers richer and clearer sound. On my source i'm using lossless 24bit dac at 96khz with various acoustic tracks. The ca-200 offer a clean sound and are fairly comfy although I find the treble not as bright as I would like and the bass a bit over powering.