Excerpt: I bought them for my brother. The sound was nice.. I didn't have enough time to really judge them... The connector got broken in a few minutes... I returned it and got a different pare of headphones for him... I don't recommend this headphones to you if you're not extremely careful and lucky...
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Didn't Have Time2judge, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: I used these cans direct from my MacBook Air 11.6" headphone jack. I played lossless songs using Amarra + iTunes. Very noticeable is the deep full bass and spaciousness. While obviously slightly veiled, the music was very pleasant. The tonal balance across the spectrum has good balance.
Summary: I bought this pieces a few weeks ago during a special and for the amount paid (80 usd) they deliver.
Like any open-back headphone they are awesome with soundstage. They are the most comfortable headphones I've ever had. Only real downside is that they are really underpowered by an Iphone.
Pros: Very comfortable. Amazing soundstage
Cons: Retail price is a bit on the expensive side. Underpowered when playing with an Iphone w/o an amplifier.
Solid Cans, Great for Home-use but Full-Sized Headphones can be a more superior choice.
Philip Lam, Amazon
26 January 2015
Summary: Sennheiser HD 239 I've had these headphones for about 6 months now (Since July 2014) and they are pretty good in many respects in my opinion. (I paid £69.99 back then) Build: To be perfectly honest, Sennheiser products aren't really known to be flashy and eye-catching like Beats rather more...
These headphones are not as sturdy as the industry standard Sennheiser turquoise blue pair (15 ...
11 October 2014
Summary: These headphones are not as sturdy as the industry standard Sennheiser turquoise blue pair (15 years old) that they replaced - but they fit the bill - and are a considerable step up from many of their Far East rivals.