Summary: I know that most other reviewers claim the sound is good but not in my opinion and i shall tell you why. First off i already own a pair of skullcandy lowriders, but as i thought these were relatively cheap, the quality is not as good as compared to other headphones, especially this brand which i...
Summary: Wanted inexpensive headphones for i-pod that provided a reasonably good sound. These fit the bill perfectly. They are relatively light and comfortable and not bulky. The sound quality whilst not being exceptional is excellent and they provide excellent value for money.
Summary: Sennheiser headphones have always been known for two things - a very neutral sound, and tough-as-old-boots build quality. The HD 218 lives up to this at least in part. These are an on-ear headphone - the pads press directly onto your ears, much like the very first Walkman headphones.
Summary: First the disclaimer - I am not an audiophile and I really can't discuss top end or frequencies. I am someone that travels a lot and listens to music, podcasts and video / DVD on a laptop. I'm used to in-ear / 'bud' headphones and I've generally been happy with these.
Nils "1958-vintage. Reads several reviews before buying audiobooks. Listens mainly while commuting by car.", Amazon
5 January 2010
Summary: Bought them for my wife when she commutes by train. She loves them as they are a comfortable wear, the sound (music) is fine, and they fold nicely for her hand bag. I almost took away one star because she won't lend them to me!
Summary: I have a pair of these in White and have recently bought these in Black. The sound is good and the build quality is reasonable. The pads are beginning to flake badly on the white ones (2 years) - looks like dandruff! - however they still sound great.
Summary: I've tried these headphones with several types of music. For bass-heavy pop music they're absolutely fine and have a good, clean sound, but for classical or jazz, the lack of a decent treble spoils the listening experience.