Summary: Will probably pick up another pair when they are on sale.
Pros: -Very good noise isolation -Long(ish) cord -Great sound. With the right tips in, these sound better than my Logitech G930. -Bass is excellent -Quite comfortable -Price
Cons: -Lasted around 6.5 months. One of the earbuds stopped working. -Within the first month, the plastic 'case' on the 3.5mm connector slid right off, exposing plastic encased wires. -Cord transfers sound up into the earbuds. For example, if you ping the wire with your finger, you will hear it quite c...
Summary: To anyone whose never had in-earbuds, I recommend watching a video on how to put them in your ears properly. Does it feel weird at first? Yes, but you get used to it fairly quickly. Is it disgusting? Absolutely, it's gross.
Pros: Great highs and decent mids. I bought these as my first pair of in-earbuds to see what all the hype was about. I've had probably 10-15 different pairs of headphones, ranging from the ones that come with your phone to my Bose AE2w's. I can honestly say that the sound quality that you will get from...
Cons: The bass isn't that great, however for the price you can look past that pretty easily. In addition, unless you are using these with some serious volume, you can hear the wire rub, it sounds like you're listing through a stethoscope. Not sure if that's true to the nature of all earbuds or not.
Summary: Were a pretty nice pair of headphones until they went kaput, good quality and what not, but yeah.
Pros: Amazing Quality, drowns out all the noise from surroundings,somewhat stylish. Comes in a nice little cloth pouch.
Cons: Right ear bud dead after 4 months, no warranty. No idea how / why it happened, but it did. Also, cords would "transmit" outside movement. As in, anything they brushed up against caused you to hear the reverberation up into your ears.