Excerpt: I had been looking at these and various Grado models for quite a while when I stumbled across the price at B&H. I ordered them on the spot. Best price I've seen anywhere. As always the order came quickly and with no issues. The headphones themselves are marvelous, though they do take about 30-40 hours to break in. Just put a CD on fairly loud and set to repeat and walk away. The sound is about what I expected and they are much more comfortable than expected.
Excerpt: I work with videos, editing, so i kinda need a nice headphone, and i decided to buy that one, and i have to say, no regrets at all! You can listen all details, noise, no ambient noise, the quality sound is amazing! I also like to play games very much, i had many headsets, i can say this is the best by far! I am not any especialist, but i can say, for what i work, this phone satisfy all my needs. It is confortable, fit your head accurate, nice design and fine size.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Great Sound
Excerpt: This is my third headphone. My first one is Bose QC15, the second one is BeyerDynamics 990 Pro. Among the three I found HD650 to be the most balanced one and least fatigue after hours of listening. The resolution is pretty good and not analytical at all. It does need long time burn-in in order to get good sound. It was muddy when I played it in the first 20 hours. After 200 hours, it is getting better.
Pros: Balanced, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Upgradable Cable
Cons: Average Resolution, Not Good For Rock, Not Portable
Excerpt: I'm presently listening to these great headphones. The sound-stage is nice and wide. They headphones have tight deep bass, a little recessed midrange but clear. The highs are just right, no sibilance or ting. The only thing I took a star away for is that the clamping force is a bit much. They are comfortable except to the too tight of clamping which should lessen with use.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Excerpt: These headphones have a pretty good reputation among audiophiles so I figured that I would give it a try. The first thing I noticed is these are some huge headphones. I mean, I guess it’s expected since the audio drivers are high-end, but damn.