Excerpt: Great sound, not distorted in the base as a lot of headphones are, not tinny in the high ranges either. A warm and complete sound. I highly recommend these headphones for any use. They are comfy enough to ear at home for long periods, they come with a carry pouch and block sound well enough to be use out and about, they are high enough quality to be used in a professional setting (especially when it comes to music) and all around enjoyable to use.
Summary: Full Review here:
Above "Star" ratings are relative to price.
Price paid is approx MSRP, this was lent sample
The big section you have all been waiting for! I am a very universal listener. Not exotic in artists but univeral in genres. I listen to the popular artists or songs of many genres.
Pros: A almost balanced sound, efficent build. Decent comfort and isolation
Cons: Plastic is a bit "bendy" with it being a bit hard to swivel at times, can get uncomfortable.
Summary: HD 215 model was borrowed from Sennheiser and compared with Audio-Technica ATH-M50. Assumed price was about $80 which is not verified. Please see full review and comparison here:
Pros: Solid build, detachable cable, light weight for type, good comfort, clear mids and highs
Cons: Bass response while accurate is lacking in overall quantity
Summary: So, I had bought this after Christmas from a gift certificate I had received. I was longing to get these phones for myself and wanted to upgrade from a Sennheiser HD 202 (whose wire is already falling appart) and an ATH-RE70 from Audio Technica. These headphones would cost around 4000+ Philippine Pesos in my country. It comes with a coiled 3 meter cable that is threaded on one side for a 6.3mm plug and a nice leatherette pouch for storage.
Pros: Long cord, neutral sounding, 90° swivel on the right earcup, smooth highs, nice crispy mids, good bass, blocks outside noise well, bendy and durable.
Cons: Bass is lacking for a basshead, wire is somewhat a hassle if you're on the go as it drops down, it is hard to find a replacement cable.
Summary: First off, don't get me wrong. These headphones are great. They are Sennheiser, they have high worksmanship, they're comfortable, and they block out some noise. The DJ feature is nice, but most people who wear these probably don't use the feature often. So why, in my opinion, are these headphones so bad? The sound. It was weak, paltry, and produced only the most fundamental bass.
Extremely Durable Headphones, Good sound, but not for everyone.
J. Eng "Qwicksilver", Amazon
29 November 2008
Summary: I'd first like to say that, I'm not an audiophile. Although I would consider myself a discerning customer who can sense distinct difference in sound, I do not feel I have the so-called "golden ears". I have had these headphones for about 4 months now, and I would like to say that Sennheiser is still keeping up their reputation for producing good headphones, but these particular cans, while good and very interesting, failed to completely wow me.
Summary: I purchased recently a couple of headphones but I didn't like them. The I saw this one and it looks so comfortable. So when they arrived I tried them for a couple of hours and they didn't hurt my ears at all. I love them. They are perfect for a DJ too! The only thing that I find is that there is no bass, but that is good for a working DJ because the music can be heard better. All in all, it is a great product. Very cool!
Summary: Great Product , The sound is great , you dont hear ambiant sounds and it comes with a leather bag and a adaptator. You can flip one hear so you can hear music on your speaker while listening to the next song , it's really useful for mixing. The only thing is that the bass are a bit weak but well for 100 buck you can hardly get something better! Shipping was really fast ...