Excerpt: I purchased these headphones to quietly practice bass guitar. I wanted a set that would hold up under the low end frequencies and did not want to spend $300+. So far so good, but time will tell. For replay of recorded music, the sound is very neutral, like studio-grade headphones.
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: First of all, they fit completely over my ears, making them more comfortable than my Sonys. Second, great balanced sound. Third, solid bass without the artificial thump of Beat's type headphones. They fold flat and come in a nice carrying case.
Summary: Build: decent quality, well built nothing much to complain about or to give praise to. Earpads can really heat up your ear due to closed architecture. Made me sweat a lot. The HD380 were the first headphones that made me feel like to much clarity is not good.
Excerpt: I use these for numerous things...ranging from DJing to soundtrack confirmation in video and audio productions as well as just enjoying good music whatever the genre. The over the ear design works well for me, and I enjoy having a nice functional case for traveling.
Excerpt: These headphones are very clear. I am not an audiophile so I don't have a bunch of technical terms to describe them that may or may not mean anything to anyone else. Pros: Very clearVery good sound isolationgood adjustability / fitreasonably pricednice caseCons: Not much bassOversized ear muffs...