Summary: "a concert like dynamic sound". If only. Just flabby, undynamic, no presence waste of plastic. Compared to my old sony mdr ex500lp in ear headphones the difference is very stark. i thought they would be an easy to use convenient ok monitor headphone for my live recordings. Big mistake. Boring, grey, tedious, dull, you get the idea.
Summary: I bought these less than a week ago and already the right-hand side is crackling. They are very uncomfortable to wear with glasses/shades, so be prepared for that. They also slip off easily so exercise/dancing with them is out. Before the crackling started the sound quality was mediocre at best, certainly nothing worth shouting about. Compared to my last pair of earphones (JVC Gumy) which lasted a year and cost £4.99 these are a bad deal.
Summary: Bought this because of the positive reviews but very disappointed. It says clearly on the packaging that its not noise isolating so ambient noise becomes part of what you listen to. The headphones tries to compensate for this by amplifying loudness instead. Regardless of the music device you are using the sound quality is poor and the bass is fake. It is needlessly heavy and kept falling off my head when walking.
Summary: Even though the actually reviews were a bit mixed I still went for this model. I commute for almost three hours everyday so I wanted a pair of comfortable headphones, with a good quality sound that would cancel tube noises as well as keep the music you are hearing hidden from other passengers. This model was not the best choice at all.