Excerpt: there good balanced headphones. comfortable for wearing long periods of time. the cords a bit long and if your wearing them and walking around it tends to get caught on things. there good-looking headphones as well. i use them to dj.
Excerpt: These headphones do exactly what you would expect them to do. They're good, but I wasn't blown away by them. The best part about these headphones is that they fit all the way around the ears. They don't sit on top of the ears like other headphones.
Pros: Clear Sound, Comes with an adapter, Comfortable, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I use this pair of headphones with my Roland FP-7F, the sound quality is good, but I've tried better headphones that replicate sound better than this one, but overall, a solid pair of headphones that look ok as well. The only gripe that I have is that there isn't a detachable cable. If you want that, then I suggest the Shure SRH-440, which do have them and a carrying case.
Excerpt: I previously owned a Sony Noise Cancellation headphone, this one definitely offers better sound quality that the Sony, and it is a lot cheaper. Would be terrific if it also have some sort of noise canceling function as well.
Summary: Great for upcoming Dj's, great sound quality and they adapt to most form of music. they can handle bass quite will, not to great when used with a phone on full volume (bass wise that is). other wise great product, some of my friends have bought them after seeing mine.
Summary: I bought these as I am increasingly addicted to my ipod and I like over-ear phones. They look good, and the sound is quite decent. They aren't top notch, and if you like scrutinising HD music, then you probably need to spend more, but for the money they are good value. Minor gripe - the cord is a little too long for me, but if you use them for sitting in the lounge, it is probably just right!
Summary: I'm a headphone enthusiast, and I've purchased headphones in the £200 - £300 range before. I did a lot of research and decided for the price, these were the best cans I could get, and I wasn't disappointed. They're very comfortable, look and feel professionally made, and sound quite good for £40. Shure lived up to their name this time.
Summary: I needed some headphones for work and chose these ones based on a bit of internet research. Ive had no problems with these at all, other head phones have a habit of trying to slide off my head, these ones stay on. The sound quality is very good, its not overly bassy just very good all round and they work well positional sound systems used in games. For the price I paid, I say these are very good value for money.