Summary: These Sennheiser EH150's are a solid headphone for under $50. Looking around that price range, most sealed cans are a little disappointing and can sound "fake". Luckily these are better than most $50 sealed HP's I've seen in some time. Sound quality is good for the value.
Summary: The Sennheiser EH 150 represent a very good value in the headphone market. You can currently grab them for as little as $30 and they are easily obtained from local chain stores such as Circuit City. Very light and with soft pleather ear pads, they give long lasting comfort.
Summary: i plan making another purchase with sennheiser in the future,
Pros: Some of the most Stable, sturdy, and longest lasting pair of headphones that i have had ever! these replaced some of the skullcandy headphones that i have had that required batteries for the extra subwoofer that was not properly EQ. these were well rounded, lotta good highs, very good mids and ca...
Cons: the only con i have is the cords can get in the way abit aswell it tangles up since it has a very long reach. The headphone have a strange loose swivel to them that get alittle annoying.
Summary: Brilliant audio quality. Near-noise-cancelling level of padding that manages to remain perfectly comfortable on my head. Easy 5 stars for Sennheiser. Great job, my German friends.
Pros: They might as well be noise-cancelling without the extra bulk. The padding covers more than my entire ear very comfortably and shuts out a great deal of excess noise, allowing me to listen comfortably wherever I am. The clarity is what truly attracted me to them, considering how much I can hear o...
Summary: My next set of cheap headphones will have a flatter, truer response and will have more isolation. I disagree with the marketing-speak and features in the specifications and product literature: "The ideal home-recording headphone","Powerful bass reproduction with high impact dynamic range".
Pros: Cost given the sound and styling is excellent.
Cons: Fits a bit too tight. This "closed" design lets in an unfair amount of ambient noise. While it offers much more isolation than another set of Sennheiser semi-open phones, don't expect to be able to appreciate your music at a reasonable volume in the presence of other loud noise, ESPECIALLY other ...
Summary: I've Heard good things about Sennheiser and wanted to try a set for my self and I was not disapointed at all. These replaced an old set of Koss headphones that had a cheap plastic frame that broke on me.
Pros: Excellent Sound Quality Long cable Good Bass Output Sturdy Frame I can hear more details in my music, games, movies, etc that my old headphones or computer speakers failed to produce.
Cons: Like others said they do hurt your ears after too many hours of use, but I found that putting them around something like recordable CD spindle container can break them in a bit and won't be as tight on the ears anymore.
Summary: I was a little skeptical about trying a new brand at first, I've always had sony headphones but I couldn't be any happier with my decision. Get a pair, you won't regret it
Pros: I bought a pair of these about 3 months ago after my sony headphones died. The quality for a pair of headphones in this price range is amazing. All the lows are deep and energetic, the highs are extremely crisp and clear. I've had them blasting a few times and haven't had them distort yet. They d...
Cons: Depending on the size of your head and ears they can be a little snug at first. But after you've been wearing them for a bit they kind of reshape to suit you. The cord is very long, not really a con but be aware of it. I use these on my gaming rig so the long cord is perfect for me. Would have be...
Summary: I had to be really nitpicky to pick out the cons so don't let them get to you. It does come with a 6.3 connector which could be useful someday. Overall I'm extremely happy with the quality of the headphones for the price I payed.
Pros: I bought these headphones for when I go to LAN Party's and don't want to lug around my 5.1 Surround sound. From a gaming perspective of never using headphones I've found myself using these more than my speakers at home now. For the price they have a good low bass and an alright mid rage.
Cons: -Plastic frame feels cheap -Hurts your ears after use, but were talking like 8 hours and that's to be expected with headphones -Mid range bass is kinda bleh -LONG CABLE which has its ups and downs (Good for computers, bad for using it for like an iPod)
Summary: I don't know much about headphones but my friend has a Sony and it's heavier on the head compared to this one. the Sennheiser Eh150 is made light for extended listening.
Pros: they're light and comfortable. although some people may have a problem with the long cord, I like the fact that I can dance around the room with these headphones.
Cons: the material that wraps around the head isn't as sturdy as I would like. And you may have to go out of your way to make sure these babies don't get scratched, because it seems that it could easily do so.
Summary: Great value! They really do block a lot of ambient sound.
Pros: These headphones are much much better than I had originally thought. After listening to a bunch of my favorite music I have to say that these headphones are amazing for the price. I'm hearing details that I never really noticed with my old speakers and headphones. The bass is great and i'm able t...