Excerpt: A disappointing product. Factory-set EQ sounds "chunked" and choppy, as if half the spectra are missing. Music sound is thin and weak, no bass, low volume. Flabby overall EQ response for music, although these phones might be fine for audio books and other voice-only listening. Lightweight and comfortable, although there is no reason to put them on. These phones are a not a good deal.
Excerpt: Just the thing for active listners who don't like "In Ear" buds. Good quality sound for the price. <br /><br />My only criticisms are (and they are minor): 1) Would prefer if single cord was on the right phone; 2) Tension on neckband was adjustable (it's a tad strong for me).
Pros: Comfortable, For Active Listening, High Quality Sound
Excerpt: I really miss the old version of this (the MDR-G52) which was a little more comfortable, but these are more than adequate. They are lightweight and produce a decent enough sound (Surprisingly good for a [$] set of headphones out of the box, with iWow they sound like $200 headphones)
Excerpt: Considering how little I'd paid for these, I think my pair of these was a great buy. They were uncomfortable at first, but with a little breaking in they fit quite well. The sound is pretty good but ambient noise leaks in easily - this is to be expected from over-the-ear phones that aren't noise cancelling.I had a pair of these last me over a year and a half.
Excerpt: The phones are badly designed with a sharp edge over top of the ear. I only wore them 10 minutes, and they were ready to go back to the store.<br />I replaced with a set of Koss UT40 over the ear.
Pros: Lightweight, Stylish
Cons: Falls Off/Out Of Ear, Poor Sound, Uncomfortable
Excerpt: THESE HEADPHONES ARE REALLY GOOD, UN LIKE MY PHILIPS SHS-5200 NECK BAND HEADPHONES THOSE HAD ALOT MORE BASS IN THEM BUT THESE ARE BETTER. I LISTEN TO MY MP3 PLAYER ALOT.WHO EVER THINKS THESE SONG HEADPHONES ARE BAD ARE WRONG,.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish