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. Due to their supraaural design they do not cause any heat issues with the ear, even with pleather ear pads.
Summary: The sound is mediocore, I have had panasonic and sony pairs that I purchased from Target that had better speakers in them. Also I prefer the wire to be on one-side only. If I had my choice again I would have purchased, Sentry 2.1 Surround Sound Headphones with Subwoofers.
Excerpt: SO I was gifted these for my birthday, since I had been looking for a pair of studio headphones for a while. Technically these are not studio monitoring quality, but let me assure you, to the layman, there is no way you can tell. The sound is super crisp, extremely sharp, treble response brilliant and the highlight is the bass of course. Booming! So much so that I haave to set my ipod EQ to 'bass reducer' for some tracks.
Pros: Excellent sound : Perfect treble and frequency response, superb bass attack . Value for money
Cons: Maybe a little tight on the ear for SOME customers .
Great Balance of Performance, Price and Durability
25 March 2010
Excerpt: I wear headphones, for one reason or another, for pretty much all of my waking life. If I'm not playing guitar in my bedroom I'm using the PC to game, listen to/compose music or watch videos. I've gotten through dozens of headphones over the past few years and most of them were cheap tat which suffered severe deterioration in performance after a few weeks of playing excruciatingly loud metal though them.
Pros: Great consistent sound, long cable, easily adjustable, well - built and well - designed
Cons: May not perform as well in serious professional situations
Sennheiser EH 150 - Cheap affordable and good sound
11 March 2010
Excerpt: The eH150 is, in my opinion, on of the better "headphone" on the market at the moment. Especially if you don't want to fork out loads of money for an expensive pair and still get a great quality of sound. I would say that the sound quality given by the eH150 is pretty good, no more than you would expect from Sennheiser to be honest.
Pros: Sound quality is really good, cheap, durable
Cons: Can be uncomfortable at times, does not look the most flashy
Excerpt: I already had cheap head phones for chatting online but I wanted something more substantial for listening to music and in particularly to use whilst watching TV late at night. I wanted a pair of cans with decent quality but not necessarily something that only Fat Boy Slim would be impressed with. I'd used Sennheiser RS 130 headphones before and I remember the sound quality being excellent although I think they cost in the region of £60.
Pros: Extremely good value for money
Cons: Lack of treble, uncomfortable for people with big heads