Excerpt: Can't go wrong with this set of cans. I personally prefer these to the Sony MDR-7506 studio headphones. The Sennheisers are much more sturdy and cancel out the sound very well. I would say these are heavy on the midtones but hold a decent bass.
Pros: Clear Sound, Comfortable, Durable, Easy To Use, Good value, Passive Noise Canceling
Excerpt: The sound reproduction is amazing and they block out so much of the noise from the surroundings that I have to be tapped on the shoulder to gain my attention. Using them for my edit station at my office which is a noisy cubicle farm, these are the best set of cans I've ever used.
Excerpt: Their greatest feature is that they seal well, so they're good for keeping the playback track from bleeding into the mic when tracking in the studio, or for sealing off the house sound when soloing channels while mixing live sound.
Excerpt: This headphone feels and sounds like professional grade headphones and this feel great when I wear them. I use this headphones to monitor the FOH audio in my local church and this works great recommend this headphone to anyone with a $ or under budget.
Pros: Clear Sound, Comfortable, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: Bought the first set (8/2014)for use on a cross country flight based on claims and reviews stating the amount of outside noise rejection, since jet engines really bother my ears. The price was very appealing.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Fold For Storage, Good value, Low Power, Outside Noise Reduction
Excerpt: I use the headphones primarily for tracking in my recording studio. Because the cover the ear and have a closed back, they block out the music in the room, and allow the player to hear the headphone mix clearly. They do not distort and have a fairly even frequency response.