Summary: i find these headphones to have great sound reproduction for listening to my mp3, but very uncomfortable after a hours listening. They are advertised as over the ear but for me they are more like on the ear and I don't have large ears.
Summary: I guess when I found these "Noise Cancelling" headphones I thought that 34.99 was a smoking deal. No, I wasn't looking to buy a Bose quality headphone for that price, but I really wasn't looking for Bose quality. They have NO noise cancelling properties at all. They have thick padding on the ear cups, this does not qualify as noise cancelling. They are also not "Over the Ear", it says On the Ear right on the package.
Summary: If you're looking for some headphones in the $20 range, you could absolutely do worse than the HD-202. As far as "cheap" headphones go, they have a decent sound and feel reasonably comfortable, just don't expect them to sound like you spent $100.
I tried them in three different contexts, for this review:
FPS gaming was a serious let-down.
Pros: Extremely long cable; Included cable wrapper
Pros: I was pleased with how crisp the sound was and how good the base was for the 30 dollar price range that I paid for mine. It was also very light and had a long cord which was also good.
Cons: The headphones feel like they were very cheaply made. I also am not a big fan of the method for which you adjust these headphones. I have put some wear and tear on my pair, and sometimes when I wear the headphones the bracket were you adjust it at does not hold and they slide down. It is irritating because although the headphones still sound fine after like 6 months of use, the design and materials of the headphones have ruined my pair. I would suggest going with a di...
Summary: These headphones provide clear, crisp sound with vibrant bass - better than I expected. Unfortunately they also let ambient noise get through - much more than I expected. This set should be used only in a very quiet environment. Background TV sound or conversation easily is heard, causing me to turn the volume higher than I would like or move to a different room.
Pros: Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: For the money, these are quite a decent set of 'phones. They clamp a bit tight round the head but do cut out almost all ambient sound, which can be a positive or a negative. The biggest drawback, however, is the cable. It must be at least 10 feet long and gets tangled up with everything. It does come with cable spool to take up some of the slack. But the biggest problem is that the cable is not tangle-free, like my old Sony ones.