Summary: I have been using these headphones for sometime now and they sound really good. I am a music enthusiast and I like checking out speakers, amps, etc when I visit any elctronics store. Therefore, I can chategorize good sound.
Summary: The sound quality of these headphones is pretty good. They are extremely comfy to wear, and they don't look all that bad. there are however some problems with it: 1- The max volume on this pair is VERY low (compared to any of my other audio peripherals, including original iPod earphones).
Summary: Before I got my hands on a set of HD448's, the only head/earphones I had were the standard ones you get when you buy an mp3 player, or the 7 pound Sony's, so I'm not someone with a very critical opinion.
Summary: Amazing sound quality. great on acoustic songs. You can really hear every detail. If you listen to a lot of awful music rips like music off Limewire they aren't the best because you can hear so much detail you can hear all the flaws. On good quality MP3s and lossless audio tracks they sound great.
Excerpt: I use it for 3 months now, I did not give an opinion too early ... Try headphones? you already tried? that's why I write this review because it is the only way to get a real idea of what kind of items ...
Summary: I am not a headphone or audio buff, but these are simply nice. The around the ear design is very comfy and isolates me just enough from the environment. The ears do get a little warm of course. I found the bass just fine and the sound reproduction good overall.
Summary: I don't think I'd actually put on a set of large headphones for over 10 years until these arrived in the post. While I am certainly not technically knowledgeable about "matters audio" I was definitely surprised by the overall quality of these headphones.
Summary: I'm impressed with these headphones. My listening these days is mainly classical, for which I found them very satisfactory. They have a good, clear treble response without harshness, a warm sound and a very solid bass.