Pros comfortable fit
Cons the cord , the left ear bud
Summary I got a pair of these for christmas but they didn't last and that was because I'd wrap it around my ipod nano and stick it in my pocket...the cord after a while at the end started to show the wire and short time after started working on the left side ...I blamed myself for this so I bought a replacement but then after less than a month of use it happend again the left side stopped working ...and I noticed at the tip of it when I were to give it a tug I'd get some sound from it. So in conclusion I believe the cord needs some work in enduring some regular use.
Summary I had these earbuds for two weeks! In two Weeks I dropped them one time and they got all screwed up! Do not buy, waste of time and money.
Pros Bass booms
Cons Cheaply made
Summary I used these for about 5 months (after using a Sony pair for a few years). Bass is thumping...which I had to get used to in the beginning. But after 4 months of careful use the wiring at the top of the plug needed to be held at the proper angle with the right pressure to enable the sound to play through both ear buds. Going back to the Sony's with a solid "L" shaped connection from plug to wire.
Pros Deep DEEP bass, passible mids and highs
Cons thin cord breaks very easily
Summary Sound quality is quite nice for $35, but I have had two pairs of these in the last year and they both died within a few months of owning them. You probably can't beat the sound for the price, but I wouldn't buy another pair.
Pros They look good
Cons Sound quality
Summary I just bought these for my wife. I compared the sound quality to the headphones that came with her Creative Nuvo MP3 player. It seems that the Creative headphones are better. She likes them (because I gave them to her), but I will try to make better comparisons next time.