Excerpt: I had the Sennheiser HD 202 headphones and thought that these would be close to the sound of them... wrong! These are no better than some cheap earbuds that don't reproduce bass sounds very well. Highly recommend that you try to find the HD 202's on sale and get them. I use the headphones to listen to TV and CD's. Good headphones can make a world of difference.
Summary: I have to say this, these are one of the worst headphones I have ever had.
To start the comfort is horrible. I have long hair, curly so it all bundles together. Older headphones slid through my hair, these grab every single lock and tear it off my skull. They are not slanted, to they can slid behind you head all the time. The cushions are cheap and won't last very long. They do not adjust easily, I have two clicks on one side and three on the other side.
Summary: I bought these head phones seeing my friends HD 108. these set of phones are worst compare to its lower version. sound quality no no... Bass effect forget it... Continuous 20 mins use & your ears are all wet with sweat.... Clearly... zero worth for cost it comes...
Summary: Only one point because these headphones are extremely flimsy in their physical make-up. The first time I put them over my ears they broke at the movable joint near the headset (see photos attached). I did not handle them in a rough manner and suspect that it was a fault in the material. Nonetheless, I did not bother complain to the seller, since it was I, in whose hands they broke. BUT, again, the plastic hinge/joint/link is EXTREMELY flimsy.
Summary: very low quality .... very poor.... design is good but audio is really bad.....I have to increase audio level maximum to listen proper sound in my computer.... audio quality is like duplicate headphone....
Summary: These didn't last long at all. I had them all of two months before they snapped and I sent them back to the manufacturer (with the included guarantee). The sound on these headphones were really dim and tinny and it almost sounded like it was coming through a wall (kind of like when a loud neighbour might put on bassy music)