Conclusion: Other than a more expensive pair of Sennheiser headphones, these are by far the most comfortable headphones I have. I look a little goofy wearing them around town, but at home they're perfect (I've got a big head!).
Summary: Bottom line: get these headphones if you aren't a uptight sound biologist.
Pros: These headphones aren't anything hi-tech. I am not partial to noise-cancelling, bass boosters, bluetooth, on-ear mute feature or of any that mumbo jumbo. These headphones plug in and play really great music. Simple as that. The over-the-ear muffs are very comfortable. I can where them for hours. ...
Summary: Best headphones I've ever used. (even better than several of the $150 - $250 studio headphones I've used) FYI, I'm an audiophile, not a basshead, so keep that in mind when I say it has great bass sound. I'll review again if anything changes.
Pros: Extremely high quality audio for the price. Full range of audio, fairly flat. (that just means you don't need much tweaking to an equalizer to get the best audio output) Soft fabric covered earpads. (not that fake leatherette stuff that cracks and leaves chunks behind after 6 months) Completely e...
Cons: Cord is short and really narrow... May need replacement sooner than anything else. (I'll be looking for one of their coiled cords for this if they aren't too expensive, or hard to adapt) Took a full week to arrive... I know that's in their shipping time, but that was the absolute longest it COULD...
Pros: Super comfy, the fabric cushions really make a difference and don't start hurting unless worn for around 7 hours... Sounds great out of my receiver and notebook, but not so much on a phone. Really comfy. Gold plated. They don't hurt. Did I mention they are comfortable? Also lightweight.
Cons: The cable seems fragile and may break easy, But mine stay at home most of the time so not too worrying.
Summary: They're a good buy, though I think other websites have them for cheaper, but here on the Egg you get the extended warranty, so that's a plus, and will very likely come in handy, since these days people go through headphones so quickly.
Pros: They have good audio quality. They are very light, comfortable, and provide good bass. They seem to be designed for the average user, as they can probably take a good amount of abuse. I'm not audiophile but I know these headphones are good for what they cost.
Cons: The cord seems too thin. This makes me want to be more careful with them. I'm also thinking about wrapping it with some electrical tape or something to make sure they last longer. Also, the cup material isn't that fake leather but it is some nice fabric.