Excerpt: Great set of closed headphones - used for home studio Good quality sound, including very good bass excellent fold-away design with soft carrying/storage case Good value for money I intend to buy more
Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Good bass, Good value for money, Lightweight
Excerpt: Nice volume, great response, decent price. The carrying case is awesome and very rigid. It has a fairly flat frequency response for fairly inexpensive headphones so they're great for monitoring live events.
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: I replaced my Sennheiser HD 250 headphones with these. My old headphones very good; these are even better. As a musician I really appreciate the accurate, full- range if sound. Also, these are comfortable!Very pleased with my choice.
Excerpt: I was disappointed and had to return these. Overly strong mid-treble. Missing mid-bass. These are not flat reference headphones. They have color that excentuates vocals. Ok for tracking, but that's it. Extremely comfortable, just wish they sounded better.
Excerpt: I have had the HD 280 Pro for five years and needed another set, so I thought an upgrade to the HD 380 Pro might be a good choice. First listen was a little different than the HD 280 Pro. I heard a thinner audio, then I realized there was more HD and a flatter reponse that I was hearing. After using them in my studio for a couple weeks, I hear audio I've missed. It's easier to hear all the tracks at once and pick each one out.
Excerpt: I prefer over the ear phones and I think these are great. I use them for playing my bass through my Mac. I need phones with great bass response, but not muddy fuzzy response that I've found in some other phones. For my purposes I think these are the best.