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
Excerpt: The sound quality is not as good as I had hoped for a Sennheiser product. I am using these for audio editing and I don't think they are the right model for that. I have a pair of Panasonic's that were about the same price but the sound quality is much richer.
Summary: Not Good product in this price range, bass is not good as compared with audio technica and treble seems OK types only, product is good with my iPod but still not great alike mine previous audio tecnica, I was confused with jbl n this, but went with the reviews n purchased this one, biggest problem is that 10 inch wire..really irritating...3 points just for amazing amazon service.
Summary: I have been using sennheiser headphones for a long time and even take them to recording studios as they are lighter than the studio ones. The quality is near enough the same. Be prepared to use a higher volume than when using portable headphones as the sound is able to resonate behind the ear as well as inside
Its good in its category but there are better options
Chris Tucker "Chris", amazon.in
18 February 2014
Summary: If you are looking for an over the ear headphones then this is reasonable in its category but if you are looking for a better quality and it does not matter if its over the ear, then you should go for Sennheiser CX 180 Street II In-Ear Headphone. The quality doesn't differ much and the bass effect is better in the CX180. I can tell that because I have both. Got HD 202 first and then tried one of my friend's CX 180, it sounded better.