Summary: These are an excellent value for the money. I'm generally hard to please when it comes to audio gear, and I highly recommend these to anyone wanting a decent pair of in-ear phones for not a lot of money.
Pros: These are really smooth and uncolored sounding in-ear phones. While not bass-heavy like lots of other brands in this price range, they have plenty of it when called for and go down quite deep. These do not sound muffled like most of their competitors. They are quite flat and neutral sounding. For those to whom it's important, the cables are non-microphonic despite their sturdiness. The only reason they don't get 5 eggs is because these lack the transparency that the f...
Cons: My only real complaint is that the left and right channels are not marked on the ear pieces. I had to dig out a test CD to identify which was which and I then marked them for future reference.
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. The Woodees come packaged in a cardboard box with a clear plastic window to display them.