Pros Great sound, light, comfortable fit, surprisingly durable.
Cons The cord is too short.
Summary Things have a way of disappearing at radio stations...sometimes you find where they were misplaced a month later, sometimes never. So a hundred bucks for headphones was out of the question. CNET steered me to the Porta-Pros and other sites confirmed these as the best available for under $100. And they're WAY under $100. The sound is clean and crisp. I'm not a bass fan, so I EQ my monitor a bit on the treble side. Just double-checked with more bass and the response is spot on. The sound is so accurate I sometimes have trouble hearing myself unless I crank up the volume. Maybe I could put under cons, but for non announcers it's not con at all. And the sound stays clean at all volumes. I've got a pair on the way to the factory to test the lifetime warranty but have no worries, and got a second pair to fill in meanwhile.
Pros Phenomenal sound quality, affordable, portable, comfortable, sturdy, fitting.
Cons I really have nothing to complain about.
Summary For the price of these headphones, the sound quality is phenomenal. I was taken aback; music sounds much more rich now. They're portable and sturdy, even though they seem a little flimsy (they can handle an accidental "crunch" or tug on the wire). Moreover, despite what others have said, I've had these for a year now and they've yet to catch onto my curly frizzy hair. I'm impressed. Ditch the $6-20 earbuds that break after a couple months use. These are well worth the $30 I paid for them.
Pros Very very clear, there is no distortion at all, you will never hear the crackling sound. Better than the Sennheiser hd238's (100$ more).
Cons They have a very different sound and are not as exciting as other headphones (not for techno or club music). However if you like opera or classical then these will be amazing for you.
I've gotta say I prefer px100's for rap as you can feel the bump
Summary Great headphones for me, the clarity means that they are the best headphones I have owned so far (Sennheiser HD238, PX 100, PX200, Beats by dre solo, EP50's)
Pros Instrumental Separation is amazing, mids are steady and highs are crisps
Bass is great and balanced and it does not overpower and distort the mids and highs unlike my Beats
Cord = perfect length
Unlimited lifetime warranty
Cons Slider gets caught in my hair sometimes.
Little sound isolation I can hear everybody and everybody can hear my music if it is loud enough.
Summary The headphones are value for your money. Only $30 for a pair of headphones that sounds better than a pair of Beats by dr. dre Studios. However I will mention that my Beats pros do sound a little better. They look very good, I would rate them better than my Beats solo. They have unlimited lifetime warranty, so even if you trow them of the empire sate building, you can get a new one....FREE with no questions asked. My beats studios wire broke and since I have crossed a year they won't have them fixed, so you can see the value for your money. They sound better than a couple of sennheiser and grado headphone I have that are over 10 times its value, so again its pure cheap goodness.Also very comfortable and I don't even feel them on my Head. The comfort Zone is really good too. Again I can't believe the sound quality I am getting for such a cheap pair of headphones.
Pros Sound quality, price.
Cons Fit / comfort
Summary These are outstanding quality for $30 headphones. Rich and full sound. However I have trouble wearing them for extended periods of time. I have a head that is on the larger side so that is probably the root of the problem I am having. Even with the comfort zone cranked all the way to light, the headphones still squeeze my head a little too much. I would advise trying these on first if your head is on the larger size, but if you have a normal size head or smaller, these will be well worth your money.