Summary: Every review I've ever read of these states: "For the price, these can't be beat." And I agree, but "for the price" is a relevant caveat. Bass is pronounced, more so than my MDR-V6's, but is somewhat muddy, especially in the 125-500Hz range.
Excerpt: I wanted a Sennheiser Headphones. I have known they made one of the best in the market. So, I went out and got a Sennheiser HD 202. I immediately put my new headphones to the test. I grabbed my iPod and started listening to several different genres. The puffy …
Summary: I like them more and more every time I try other headphones because of the superior sound and fit (even compared to more expensive headphones such as noise cancelers). They can be a bit tight on the head so storing them on something the size of your head (like a book) helps stretch them.
Summary: I've got those in November 2008. Since the day I've bought them, I always liked them. Pros : Sound is incredible for the price Set is sturdy and of high quality Price Cons : Only after a little while, my ears hurt. Must be because they don't fit into the ears-holes. Cord is WAY too long.
Summary: Would have given 5 stars, except I know that there are others with bigger heads/ears than mine. The tone response is very good from bass to treble and in between. The fit is very nice for me, they are light and comfortable. I really didn't expect this quality at this price - I'm very pleased.
Summary: These aren't the most expensive headphones, and it shows. They don't have audiophile sound, any options or special features.
But they are cheap. And if you're looking for an inexpensive set of headphones that go over your ear, these are without question the ones to buy.
Summary: I bought these headphones to use while traveling. I find that using
earbuds are difficult listen with because of background noise. Plus, listening with earbuds for long periods of time causes a little pain in my ears.
These headphones worked great.