Summary: I've owned these headphones for around 9 months now, and they are excellent for electronic music. You may feel a little weird walking around in them, but they are powered very well by every portable device I've owned (iPod, Samsung YP-Z5, Sony Discman).
Excerpt: used for 3 years this is my 5 th or 6-headphone I prefer a jack of origin mini jack (to attract the clientele of ipod / phones? - its a very good listening for the monitoring, super insulation but fragile: one side does not work anymore even after change cable. -
Lee Goodman "You know, sometimes I feel like I was born with a leak, and any goodness I started with just slowly spilled out of me and now it's all gone. And I'll never get it back in me.", Amazon
9 October 2007
Summary: Being a DJ means headphones that are both comfortable and loud are an absolute must; five or more hours of taking poorly-designed headphones on and off not only wrecks your carefully coiffured hair but can leave your ears feeling over-heated, pinched and sore.
Summary: In fact, it all depends on what you're looking for. If you want real subtleties in sound, crystal clear mediums and lows, warm and strong bass then you definitely need to spend more money on your headphones.
Summary: I've been a Sennheiser fan for a while, having used various in-ear 'phones for my daily commute and using some HD201's for a years at home. So when I decided to upgrade I did some research and plumped for these HD215's. I was slightly disappointed and underwhelmed to be honest.
Summary: Wollte mir endlich mal ordentliche Kopfhörer zulegen und habe mir deswegen Sennheiser geholt. Ich wurde leider Enttäuscht. Das Kabel war etwas kurz und der Tragekomfort sehr schlecht. Die Muschel hat sich sehr unnatürlich angefühlt und war schnell schmierig.