Summary: I had decided I wanted to splash out and get a decent set of headphones as I got tired of spending $30-$60 on supposedly good ear-buds. After researching, testing and harassing sound engineers, these were the ones I picked up and I couldn't be happier.
Summary: These are a superb set of headphones. Great detailed, well balanced sound quality with amazing bass extension (they go very low indeed) without getting overblown or muddy. clean midrange and clear trebles without getting sizzly or tinny. Very comfortable, for me anyway.
Summary: A-M-A-Z-I-N-G Where everything else fails, this come to save the day. Clear pure sound no matter how you play your kit. Excellent Noise Cancellation for your VDrum needs. Comfortable for prolonged use, after few minutes you forget you have them on. Quality build to last. Pouch is most welcome.
Summary: Not much can be said that hasn't already been said about these cans, transparent and open - lows are low, mids are mid and yes highs are high with nothing thrown in between to spoil the musical journey, if anything they are too good for my chosen source material for 90% of the time (iPad, itouch...
Summary: Got it today. Unamplified sounds like 30$ headphones, amplified far behind professional grade. Compared with Shure SRH840, Audiotechnica ATH M40FS, Shure SE535, Westone 4R. For amplification and sound processing been used: Behringer Ultracurve Pro DEQ2496 FIIO E17 Behringer MINIAMP AMP 800
Excerpt: A little over a month at home, not working almost exclusively with headphones, that's saying something if I tested a few, for now and for the price, this is the best I was in the hands (and ears). What I like the most? It is not wrong. Not disappointed, I can only advise.