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: I've owned these for 3 months now and they are the most comfortable headphones I've ever worn. I don't like earbuds and previous headphones I've owned made my ears/scalp hurt after prolonged use. These are perfectly cushioned, though they can get a little stuffy after a while in a warm room but that's to be expected. I'm only just getting into improving the sound setup on my PC so I can't really say too much on the sound quality.
Summary: I bought these for my farther for Christmas. They sound fantastic and feel very well constructed. The cable can be replaced easily with standard a 3.5mm jack plug cable. I think these headphones are great value for money and superb quality, which is why I happily give a 5 star rating.
Summary: I was looking and debating whether to go for these or to save for Dr. Dre Beats, but i decided I wanted these. The sound on them has a rich bass and true crisp clear acoustics! The do not even leak sound out when I have them on full blast! So theyre amazing when walking down the streets or in public :) They also have an amazing design! Do not hesitate, i would definatly chose these over any other headphone available on the market!
Summary: Originally bought these headphones in 2006, they lasted until early 2012 with every day use. Unfortunately they broke and I decided to replace them with a newer pair of Sennheiser HD449's, these lasted 6 or so months, in-comparison the build quality was terrible. After the HD449's broke, I replaced them with a pair of Sony MDR-V55, they sounded great, but they turned out to be incredibly uncomfortable and cheaply made (with terrible audio leakage).