Summary: This past summer I was looking to upgrade from my mediocre Sony behind-the-neck on ear headphones. I wanted to stick with open design and behind the neck, and these seemed to fit the bill nicely.
Before going into any detail whatsoever about the sound quality or pros or small cons, I'll say this: my pair broke. Not so that they're unlistenable, but I had to fix them up.
Pros: Nice bass, good overall sound signature, nice looking (if you like the behind the neck look)
Cons: Mediocre build quality, low volume even at high volumes on music player, fair sound leakage
Summary: Great Headphones! If you don't like your head being squeezed and your ears not being able to breathe this is the pair for you.
Pros: These have amazing sound! A major upgrade from my previous headphones. Excellent bass and all around sound. If you have an MP3 player with good EQ settings it'll sound even better.
Cons: My previous behind the head headphones had more of snug fit, so I wasn't losing much sound while still being open. These on the other hand I feel like they could be a little more snug. I have to turn up my volume a bit more when in a vehicle compared to my previous headphones to get the same volume level. But I can live with it.
Summary: These are really nice headphones, particularly for the price. Coming from a $20 pair of Sony's, I can tell there's a HUGE difference. They sound very good with my MP3 player, and they sound GREAT with my laptop. I don't know if this is a power source thing, but thee's a noticeable quality improvement on my computer. Still, they sound great both ways.
Pros: -First and foremost, these have really fantastic low-range. The bass and drums are thumping (in the best possible way) and clear
Cons: -Some sound leakage... but not a lot. This is a VERY minor gripe. At about 22 of 25 on my MP3 player, I could clearly hear all but the bass coming out of these headphones from 3-4 feet away. At 25 of 25, everything was pretty clear. HOWEVER, at those volumes it hurt to have the headphones on my ears; I would never listen that loud, so this is not a big deal. At normal listening volume, I had hardly any leakage at all (less than with my old Sony G45's).
Summary: For that greater soothe and a protected fit, get Sennheiser PMX 90 Headphone today. Having an ergonomic neckband, it is an extremely comfortable fit headphone. Their one-sided cable and the soft ear pads provide extreme comfort while listening for extensive hours. The features of Sennheiser Neckband Headphones PMX 90 include Dynamic drivers for stereo sound with great bass. These are designed for MP3, iPod, iPhone and portable media players.
Summary: volume limit is so low......tried on my mob n8-00(satisfied by appliying a volume patch to my mob)............when pluged on my PC(no external sound cards) the volume is so low that i couldnt here any conversions in films......not worth the money......when you take it outside you are disturbed by the outside sounds.......JUST DONT BUY IT....
Summary: sound quality is nice but its threshold level is low ie. it doesn't work at high volume .only advisable to buy it iff u like low volume music/video or else wanna make other hear what u are listening.
Summary: PMX 90.. purchased them last week...it has awesome vocals..sound quality good....but they are a bit quiet.ie their max volume is not the maximum...not recomended for crowded places... works well at night or at home...sounds awesome will ipod....n they are lightweight and can go for hours..but yeah not the best headphone available in the market..!!
Summary: bought it 8 months back, vocals are great but the bass and max. volume is purely disappointing. The volume leak is another bigger problem, leaks more volume than it provide to ear. surely not the worth to buy.
Summary: I bought these headphones a couple of months back and i am hugely dissapointed by its sound qaulity moreso by its sound leakage and maximum volume limit which by no means is maximum (trust me, i can hear people talking in the back). I do not recommend these it's a total waste of money go for sony MDR-G45LP instead.