Excerpt: Design Let’s start off this hefty review by talking about the design of these headphones, now as they came out in fall 2012, there isn't much difference of how you can judge the style of this design.
Pros: Mint design (when seen new), great for average music listeners
Summary: I got these headphones as part of the EE mobile phone deal. They were advertised as being "worth" something like £80. They certainly aren't. Although the build quality is decent, the sound quality isn't. The treble is tinny, the bass is limited and the stereo separation is poor.
Summary: Good sound from these headphones - for the price they are well worth the money. Not as bad as the other reviews are saying. Sound is of good quality and good split on the instruments through the headphones
Summary: I dont understand the poor reviews. As another reviewer wrote, if the connections are put in wrong they do sound dreadfull but if you connect them properly they sound great! Ive have been using some very popular Sony over ear headphones which get 5* reviews.
Summary: These are the most awful headphones I have ever owned. They look cool and are well finished but that's where it stops. The headband is way too tight and the sound delivers little treble at all (and what it does is mushy) and the bass is muddled too.
Summary: Other reviews have said that it is branded as bass and only the bass sound exists. Yes, this is true if you have put the auxiliary cord in THE WRONG WAY ROUND. If you put it in right, you get a crisp sound which I cannot actually fault as yet.
Summary: These are the worst headphones I have ever heard at any price. They look fantastic but feel and sound terrible. If you want a fashion accessory to hang around your neck they're ok but if you want them for music don't bother.