Pros They're pretty. I got the mustard kind. They cost $60, which isn't too expensive. The bass is rich, and with some tweaks to the equalizer they sound just as good as some earphones that cost twice as much.
Cons They are a bit uncomfortable sometimes, but not too badly. With the EQ that I use on my iPod, I could want a little bit more volume, but hey, maybe I'm going deaf.
Summary These headphones are great for the 60$ price tag. I really like flaunting them around my school cause everyone lusts after these Beats by Dre headphones which, having used both, I can say are easily outperformed by these. These Beats users are also quite full of their bandwagon investment. These are also half the price and look prettier/more unique. I'm no audiophile, but I was impressed by these and I use them on the daily. The bass is really something, and while it sometime overshadows the higher/middle ends, these still shine as excellent headphones, particularly at the price. They do squeeze a bit tight, but that also means they don't slipn'slide about on thy scalp.
"Incredible Value"on by ronart7
Pros Sound, Comfort, Cord, Remote and Mic, Fit, Storage, and Look.
Cons Wearing over-the-ear headphones take a little getting used to, but much easier to get used to than the pressure of in-ear headphones.
Summary Overall, I have no complaints about these headphones and really feel at the price there isn't much that will touch these, rivaling headsets that cost two to three times more, and that may or may not come with an inline remote and mic.