Conclusion: I'll keep this short and simple. These headphones are not their best model and are out-dated however I thought I'd give them a try since they were very cheap. They sound good but not great. I get better sound out of my little iPhone 5 ear buds however if the kids are making a lot of noise, it is nice to have a full over the ear cover. The HD 202 also doesn't fold flat like the new ones so if you travel, they take up a lot of thickness in your laptop bag.
Conclusion: I had the previous model. I think the hallmark of these phones is their durability. Bass response could be a little better, but these are very well made phones that will last as long as you want them to. This is a problem with many of the phones I've had in the past. Shorts in the wire, plastic breaking, etc. Never happens with these HD 202 IIs. That is very important to me. My one con, would be adjusted at their widest point, they are still a bit too tight on my head.
Excerpt: I was looking for something that would give me the sound I wanted for listening and viewing performances of classical music on my ten inch tablet while sitting in my recliner at home. Great deep powerful bass and high notes these headphones have in abundance, plus light weight and so comfortable I could wear them for hours if I so chose. Also easy to stow when not in use, great product.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Compact And Easy To Store, Durable, Easy To Store Away, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: These headphones are great. I use them editing video and also shooting interviews with. They're outstanding for the price point. Work well, super comfortable, and have a nice connector piece that allows the cord to be kept long or rolled up short. Recommended!
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Great Sound, Stylish