Pros Sound is alright, cord length is perfect for me.
Cons Maybe it's just my ears and my head, but these headphones have the smallest pads and they won't stay on your ear. Do not confuse these headphones with the MDR-G74SL, which have the big pad. Anyway, these have to be adjusted perfectly for the small pad to
"Not too shabby"on by The Big M
Pros Great sound with plenty of bass, stylish, ligh weight
Cons Delicate feel, feel awkward if you wear glasses.
Pros Amazing sound quality
Cons Interfere with glasses
Summary These pair have amazing sound. I don't know what you guys are whining about, but they beat out my Koss PortaPro's in sound quality. The only thing I don't like is that they interfere with my glasses - but it's too bad.
Pros Great highs and mids, spectacular classical music reproduction
Cons Bass could be just a little bit more warm, had to get used to feel.
Summary When it comes down to the grinder, these headphones really exceed my expectations. The neodymium magnets churn out amazingly detailed highs and mids and the bass is also superlative.
My only issue(s) with these headphones is that the way they sit on the ears is a bit funny at first but within 5 to 10 hours of wear you get used to them and because they are so light, you don't even feel them.
The bass could have a little bit more impact at lower volumes but when you start to turn the volume up, it's all jammin' from there on.
To sum things up, for $15-$20, these headphones are a great choice if you listen to a variety of music and you want lightweight combined with glistening audio.
Pros look good, pretty solid sound all around
Cons get uncomfortable after wearing them for a long time
Summary Really good sound and cost less then $20, can't argue with that. 'nough said......