Summary: I use the headphones mainly at work and on the go. These have a good deep bass sound and are great if you enjoy Jazz/Rock/Blues and the like. Probably not the best if you are a fan of electronic music. The headphones look great however are a bit larger when compared to some other in-ear products out there. As a result I wouldn't recommend these as your workout/run headphones. Overall it's a steal, as you probably won't find better sounding headphones for this price.
Pros: Comfortable, Good Bass, Good Value, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: I was looking for some compact headphones for use with my HTC EVO. I tried the Maximo iMetal iM590 and thought the sound was not bad, but 2 things bothered me. 1. They did not feel very comfortable and 2. There was a lot of noise from handling the cord on the ear phones. I think that the Woodies are one of those unique audio products that perform much better than how much it costs.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight
Summary: First of all, I'd like to mention overall view of this headphones, it's really stylish.
I've listened to them with Fiio E6.
Without burn-in, their sound IMO is extremely owerbrighten, but after 20-25 hours it's become more straight and normal.
I think this headphones sounds good for vocals, instrumentals and classical music, due to nice airy highs and mids.
On some rock songs they're lacking bass a little, but I'm not a bass head, so most of times it's OK for me.
Pros: design, rich view, nice clear mids and highs
Summary: This is the first review in which I honestly couldn't use these stock. I had to use my Comply T400 tips to get a good fit. Other than that this review is written without an amp/DAC to let listeners know what they sound like stock.
The packaging is neither exciting nor bland. It's what's expected for the price range.