Summary: The sound quality of these headphones is fine (both for music and iPhone use), but they're not particularly comfortable. No matter what size you adjust them to, the plastic headband part presses down into the top of your head. After wearing them for 30+ minutes, it actually starts to hurt! This was never an issue with my previous Sony over-ear headphones (which I had for six years and loved), but they've significantly changed the shape of the headband.
David La Beau Tete Arriba Gonzalez "modest_biffy", Amazon
16 February 2013
Summary: My purchase of these headphones was based on my desire for a better quality sound than my current in-ear phones can provide, and having used Sony headphones in the past I was sure that they would be more than suitable. The sound they produce is decent, good when you consider the price, but they suffer from one major, major flaw. The sound leakage on these headphones is absolutely dire.
Summary: The only headphones I have to compare right now are the ones that come with the Samsung Galaxy s3, which are the ones you push in your ears and isolate all sounds. They are actually good but I though that I would get a better experience by buying "on ear" headphones. I bought these based on reviews but Unfortunately it seems like people reviewing this have no sense of sounds quality. I cant believe these headphones are almost 5 stars...