Summary: Wow, the MSRP on these was $70? I paid $28 - must have been my lucky day. These were decent headphones - I refuse to spend more than $30 on a pair since I use my headphones in the gym and while mowing the lawn.
Pros: Acceptable sound Decent lifespan
Cons: Highs were a little tinny Right headphone went kaput after 2 years of use
Summary: For $25, you really can't go wrong with these. I needed headphones for the gym and wasn't willing to spend an arm and a leg for something that could very well wind up broken. I'm impressed with the amount of noise the block out and amount of sound they produce.
Pros: Produces good amount of sound Blocks out a high amount of noise In-line volume controls Price
Pros: They fit the ear great, and come with 3 different size rubber adapters just in case they don't fit out of the box. They dampen enough sound to make listening comfortable. For what I paid, they're terrific
Summary: Warranty doesn't cover the anything from the cons section from what I've read on their product website, oh well.
Pros: Better sound quality compared to skull candy headphones that I find in retail stores nearby at around the same price. Looong Cable.
Cons: The sound from the right was weaker than the sound from the left. However, that was all solved by another problem haha. Made of very cheap plastic, the front half of the right ear-bud broke off when I fell to my right (it was in the front pocket). It cannot be put back together and the sound is a...
Summary: Great quality for the money, but somewhat wish I just spent more on some higher end sennheiser's, since I was already familiar with that level of preformance. My bad
Pros: Decent bass, Decent sound, trusted name, and looks like good build quality in this price range. Only paid $18 free shipping, and would have paid $30. They feel pretty comfy in my ears. Come with 3 sizes of the ear plugs, using the medium ones.
Cons: The cord is loud. Any slight movement and you hear banging, rubbing, and squeaking. I've had a slightly higher end pair of sennheiser's before, and their cord wasn't loud when I even jogged. I can't imagine jogging with these unless I was playing them extremely loud, which could be a safety issue...
Pros: Great in-ear headphones for the price. I got them when they were at sale for $17 and they are great for the price. The build quality is pretty darn good and they fit in my ears very snugly... I am not even trying to listen hard but I can hear much much better tone and clarity and my music is now....
Cons: for the price, you gotta be kidding me to have any con