Summary: I specifically wanted an over ear headphone, partly due to expectations about comfort for extended use. Having tried some in shops (not this model) and read other positive reviews I chose this model. The headphones fit quite tight although I assume they'll ease up a little with use.
Excerpt: The Sennheiser HD 380 Pro headphones are a set of headphones that can be collapsed for storage and transportation. The cord is able to come off and they come with a carrying case. The frequency response on these has been extended from previous models to really allow that bass to come through the way...
Summary: So let me start by saying that there are better, and more expensive headphones on the market. I'm sure you already know this, and you probably also know that "expensive" and "better" don't always go hand-in-hand. So here we have the proof of that statement.
Summary: I just received these. The clarity is unbelievable, including great bass. I am primarily using them for music from my computer (mp3s), an HP 2285 Pavilion with 'Beat' audio. My wife will also use them for interpretations/translations. (She works for the EU.)
Summary: I'm not an audiophile, but having purchased a pair of Sennheiser MM50i in-ear headphones last year I was astounded by the difference from my old Sony in-ear plugs. As a result, I was looking for a decent pair of headphones for home / travel use.
Summary: Arrived promptly and I immediately gave them a test run, electronica sounds vast and spacious, lots of room and "headroom" in the audio field. Using these headphones with Jazz and Classical reveals intricate layers and highlights every note.
Summary: Once in a while you discover something which pleases beyond expectations. Up until now I have never been able to find a pair of headphones that were comfortable and sounded good. Now I have. I cant find a thing about these headphone I dont like.