"Biggest sleepers in headphones"4.5 starson by caponsacchi
Pros: Pristine sound in lightweight convenient package
Cons: Webbing breaks, cord too thin and short
Summary: These are my cheapest phones, but I use them more than any others, including a regular radio show on our NPR outlet. They're handy to fold up and toss into a bag and then to slip on, and as lightweight as they come, yet the sound has more "presence," bite, brightness and depth than Sennheisers, Sony's, and other Koss's costing 2-4 times the price. They're obviously designed as personal phones for the younger listener on the go. The head webbing will soon break loose, and the thin short cord be a concern, but they're a steal at anything below $40. They've spoiled me. The other phones are either too heavy with "distant" sound or too "fussy" (like folding the Sennheiser PC series--too time consuming).