Excerpt: I was in need of some around the ear stereo headphones for use as part of my MAC/Final Cut Pro X editing system. After doing an extensive product comparison and not wanting to take out a second mortgage, I ultimately chose Sennheiser's Model HD 429. For starters, they are great sounding.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound
ravendragon78 from Pensacola, Florida, Sonic Electronix
20 March 2015
Conclusion: Their good for the price, but they let a lot of sound in and out. Pretty good sound and very comfortable. The cord is long so that is a plus and only having one cord on one side is nice also.
Excerpt: - at home headphone - good looking headphones yet not flashy - it is comfortable and has great sound - the 3.5mm jack is flimsy (this is my second time buying these headphones, AFTER 3 years the 3.5mm jack tore from the wires.) - this time i am only going to keep it at home.
Pros: Comfortable, Great Sound Quality, Nice But Not Flashy
Summary: I'm sure there are more tricked-out headphones to be purchased, but for the price, this product delivers handily. The oval earpieces hug comfortably, covering the entire ear. And the sound is pure.
Excerpt: Can't say much about them. They do the job and produce wonderful sound. Plus they are sturdy. I use them to listen while recording in the field and also when I edit. They don't feel like they are going to fall apart like a lot of the modestly priced headphones do.
Summary: For about $55-60, you can't get better headphone quality. The sound quality isn't the best ever, but for the price it is near unbeatable. The highs (4K and above) are crisp and clear. Great quality highs, and they're not too loud and overpowering.
Pros: Insane sound and sturdy build quality for the price. Comfortable most of the time.
Cons: Non-removable HUGE cable. Less-than-great bass if you listen through your phone or iPod. That's about it.