"Best one I've found yet. Still need to try Jaybird tho."5.0 starson by Jouten_Za
Pros: Excellent sound range (20hz-20khz standard range).
Speaker drivers put out decent sound (after 2+ years of 'breaking in').
Durable (I've had this headphone set for 2+ years now).
Easy access remote controls (the layout can't be beat).
Cons: They are Bluetooth headphones. Basically, if you are one of them 'Audiophiles', don't get your hopes up for 'audiophile' quality 'sound'.
Loose fit around the head.
On ear headphones 'leak' sound.
Summary: Wikipedia states this about the human ear, "...In humans the audible range of frequencies is usually said to be 20 Hz (cycles per second) to 20 kHz (20,000 Hz)..."
I know that is not the be all-end all standard for sound quality, but what this means is that unless you are an 'Audiophile' or dog, it really isn't going to mean that much of a difference.
It does seem fragile, but don't let the creakiness fool you, I've had this headset for a little more than a couple of years and it only has a couple of scratches on it.
Once you get to know the layout of all the buttons, it is a very efficient and convenient way of interacting with your phone/mp3 player. I've tried a few different headphones of this type and have yet to find its equal. I am waiting for a Jaybird headset and see how I like that one. I will post a review on that once I get it and have used it for a while.
I have used these headphones long enough for them to be considered 'broken in'. And I honestly have to tell you, the longer I own this headset, the better it sounds. It's a weird concept, but it is true as far as I'm concerned.
Now for the cons...
Since this is a Bluetooth headset, 'Audiophiles' will not be impressed with the 'sound' quality.
Loose fit. It's a good fit for just sitting, walking or a really light jog. Another reviewer here said that they wear it with a hat that would be the only thing keeping it on.
These are 'on ear' headphones. The sound will 'leak' out. So don't expect to be able to crank up the volume on these without disturbing those around you.
All in all, these are the best bang for the buck headphones you can get. I have yet to try out the Jaybirds, but you still can't go wrong with this product.
This isn't a scientifically researched number crunching statistical review as you would find in Audiophile forums, but I'm hoping that for the rest of us, it will aide you in your decision making process.