Excerpt: When I first set out on this seemingly never ending task, I only had a small selection of the latest premium products. But I figured that if it were to be a true and relevant test, then I should include some "standards".
Summary: (excuse my english, it's not my native language)
The headphones feel kinda cheap. Pretty much everything on them is made of plastic, and if you move them around too much they tend to make a squeaking noise.
Pros: durability, easy to drive, extremely loud, good isolation, powerful bass, shallow ear pads
Cons: everything is plastic, pleather on ear pads tore off, overwhelming bass
This isn't going to be my usual sort of review because just the existence of a write-up for the V700 on my usual scale is somewhat tongue-in-cheek, given the reputation these have.
Pros: Non-fatiguing, stylish (if you like the look), comfortable headband
Summary: The sound is nice and clear, but whether I'm listening to music for fun, or if I'm working on a project, the discomfort becomes unbearable after just a few minutes. It is to the extent, that I'm shopping for new headphones now. I just activated my head-fi account just today for two reasons.
Pros: decent sound, fairly flat, love the coiled cable.
Excerpt: Once you get past the $50 price point, below which most headphones are largely similar, the process of choosing the right set of headphones for the right application can be very confusing. In this article\review, I�ll delve into some different......