Summary: I bought these after popping into our local PC world and testing out all the headphones they had there. I was actually on a budget at the time and wanted to get as crystal clear sound as I could (none of that hyped up bass and brand nonsense) for a low price (£34). These were actually very well balanced, the bass was not at all over powering and let the highs (whilst sounding mildly thrashy) and mids poke through well.
Pros: Good sound at a low price
Cons: very short audio cable if you're looking to DJ
Summary: These are pretty cool .,.very comfy .,.I'm a little worried about the leather along the head band but will just have to take good care of them .,.bass really comes through .,.love how the ear pieces fold in to fit in my bag .
Summary: I do enjoy these headphones. They have very good sound quality, great build, love the colour, and all for a reasonable price (when I bought them back in 2013). I've had them for over a year and they are still going strong (touch wood). I am a regular user of them, using them with my laptop in the library, on public transport and general public spaces.
Summary: I tried these on my Galaxy S4 at Futureshop and was pleasantly surprised by the sound quality given the price. It's an open sound with crisp treble. The bass is there, but to my ears it's not overpowering. These headphones do benefit from some tweaking on my S4's equalizer, but they are certainly not a disaster as the one star reviews assert. The earcups and headband felt comfortable - I didn't feel any undue pressure.
Summary: I didn't expect much from headphones that cheap. However I got a nice suprise, although the sound quality and the bass could be better I can't say i'm disappointed because they are doing quite well. The cord is a bit short and the audiojack fallsu out too easily from the slot in my phone (this could be my phones fault) Overall they are good for their price and I would recommend them to everyone looking for a quality headphones for a good price