Summary I'm serious about my music, so, I want to hear it in the best possible quality I can. I purchased the Sennheiser HD 202's only knowing Sennheiser's reputation for making some of the best headphones known to man. I had been living for a while on my Sony CDR180's and Audigy for a while, the I was totally blown away with the Sennheisers. They have a more robust natural sound with good even performence across all bands. The bass hits hard and never distorts, and the treble is clear and sharp, depending on the source, and you can hear every detail (intended or not). The headphones are comfortable to wear, even after long periods thanks to the vinylette cups around the "phones", which are changeable if they should ever tear (must contact Sennheiser). They are also good in a DJ enviroment because the phones detatch completely from the band. Diffently worth the $19.99 I spent on them.
Pros Not too expensive, good bass levels, conformtable headset, closed design keeps outside noise out, big enough for my huge head, good look
Cons TERRIBLE sound quality at high volume, cheap feel, high expectations killed. Bottom line, just spend $15 more and get the HD457's. CompUSA is a good place where they have both models
Pros Excellent bass response, light weight and comfy
Cons Won't fit over big ears
Summary I listen to reggae a lot and good stereo headphones is a must have. Most headphones are designed and standardized around classical/jazz/opera sound quality and as such, all headphones are not created equal. I would not recommend this product if you listen to music other than reggae, R&B, rap and soft rock as the highs are mediocre (see specs for frequency response). Otherwise, the sound quality and design is superb and this is my second one. I previously owned a Genexxa headphones and this is the next best thing I have come across so far.
I had to give it a 10 for the quailty you get for the price. You just can't beat it.
Pros Great Bass.
Covers all sound range equally well.
For rough and tough usage. Literally unbreakable headband.
Cons lengthy cord.
For big head like mine, its a bit hard on ears
Summary When I went to shop, I heard a song from these headphones and was really impressed, but then I saw the plastic and thought its cheap and so could break.. After roaming around the shop the dealer somehow guessed it and took me back to the headphone and bent the heck out of the headphone and it was very flexible and easy to put back the pieces. " I get quality sound and very flexible headphone for a very cheap price". Since I heard bose headphones which are exactly 4 times the price this is. So I can't rate it as 5
"Siiiiiiick!"on by xmaXmachinex
Pros Smooth bass
Balanced audio, even without an equalizer
Comfortable ear cups
Comes with a 6.3mm adapter and a clippable cord winder
CHEAP AS HELL
Cons Long cable
Seems a bit fragile
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