Excellent as a portable headphone for an iDevice
I really enjoy these headphones because they are a great combination of convenience (easily driven by most portable devices, and the remote is quite handy even if you con't use them for phone calls), comfort (I find them light and extremely comfortable), quality (they do seem very well built), and sound. Nice design helps. The sound is not perfect, but it has a fullness and warmth that make them very easy to listen to, and very enjoyable at lower volumes (where the sound remains full).
Dynamic, fun and engaging sound
The Sennheiser Momentum are some of the best headphones money can buy if you need a set to take out on the streets. Theyâ??re comfortable, look a good deal swisher than Sennheiserâ??s other sets and offer sound comparable to that of its best portable cans. The outlay is significant and for pure at-home use weâ??d pick an open-back alternative, but these headphones donâ??t put a foot wrong.
Closed-back design that seals your ears from the surroundings
The Sennheiser MOMENTUM, although not branded as audiophile-grade, perform just as well. The audio reproduction is balanced across the audio frequency spectrum, which is what a good pair of cans is supposed to do. The retro looks with the premium leather will surely appeal to most. It even works with iDevices with the inline remote control. Thanks to the microphone, it can also be used as a handsfree with the iPhone, although it seems to be absurd to have a handsfree in this price.
Dynamic, balanced and enjoyable sound
At £260 they certainly arenâ??t the cheapest among their competitors, but their refreshingly balanced sound and great design makes them worth every penny, easily putting them among our favourite on-the-go headphones.
My favorite portable over-the-ears headphones, a bass-head's fantasy
In summary the V-MODA M-100 are a very fun sounding and enjoyable portable headphone, even for an audiophile like me. Not everything needs to sound perfect, and sometimes injecting a little fun flavor into the sound is just what we need. The Sennheiser Momentum and Sony MDR-1 that I briefly sampled this year at RMAF have a similar bass impact but a little extra treble presence and detail, possibly at the expense of becoming fatiguing at either higher volumes or over longer periods of time.
Resistance to drops, dust, and humidity
I completely fell in love with the Crossfade M-100s, so much so that I'm considering replacing the cans that have been my desk-side go-tos for three years. But while the sound quality is exceptional and versatile, people looking for impeccably accurate cans will be disappointed. If you do spend the money, though, the Crossfade M-100s will bring you years of audio joy thanks to their excellent build quality.
The best running headphones I've ever used
The sound is astonishingly good and loud. The 680i had the best bass of any earbuds I had used, but the highs were lacking. These improve the sound quality immensely at all ranges and are LOUD with little distortion. The 680i were the most comfortable earbuds i'd ever used, and the 685i is just as good.
My only complaint compared to the 680i is there is no longer a breakaway cord. The in line controls are pretty high up towards the ear (previously I just removed them).
Noticeable improvement to already great sound quality
Yes. These are hands-down the best headphones for running we've ever used. It's not even close anymore.
They could be a little more comfortable, but they're not bad at all. They sound so good, and fit so securely, that they will be anchored to our skulls on all of our upcoming runs.
Sound enhancements can be turned off and on
What is a shame is that it seems like there's some sort of dynamic volume setting running through the Spitfire as I detected some strange shenanigans when moving between different sound levels. It's a minor thing, but it can be very off-putting.
Other than that niggle I've been very impressed with this headset, they're comfy for long gaming bouts, but that strange dynamic volume would keep me away.
Sound quality is decent
There's a lot to like about the Orion Pro headset. Importantly, sound quality is decent and it also provides a comfortable experience even in extended sessions. The USB sound processor is a great addition too, making the process of sound adjustment simple but mostly effective, although the lack of software customisation may be an irk for some.
Great price and quality
Searching for a Bluetooth headphone set was a very long process for me. I seemed to look at every brick and mortar and a lot of online places, they were either to expensive or just not the quality I wanted. Than I came upon this listing on amazon and I am very glad that I did. The Elementex headphones meet my price guidelines and have good reviews. They are a nice sleek set of headphones that are comfortable to wear for any amount of time.
Nice flat response headphones
The Beyer's base response was hearty, maybe due to lightweight transducers that reproduce sound more efficiently than most cans. But for me it was hearing the mids, a range that humans don't pick up as easily as bass or high pitch sounds, that made these worthwhile. If you want super high quality phones, pick these up.
Extremely Comfortable, Lightweight, Excellent Sound Quality
In Conclusion, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro headphones were an excellent addition to my DJ equipment setup. They were so comfortable and lightweight that I literally started walking away from the DJ table with the headphones still attached to my head! The sound quality is very good. I would rate them as just as good as or BETTER than most $200+ professional DJ headphones out on the market today. I had only a few minor issues with these headphones.
Beautiful headphones that deliver big on sound
Also, after having listened extensively to music on both Beats and Aviators / Navigators, Skullcandy is the winner and there is absolutely no contest. They have created earphones that are actually respectable sonically, don't completely mess up your music for more bass, and aren't made of cheap and easily breakable plastic.
Fit securely and comfortably and are sweat-resistant
While in sound quality the Monster iSport Intensity earphones are a step down from the noise-isolating Immersion models, they offer good sound and a comfortable, secure fit with an open design that will appeal to folks who don't like having eartips jammed into their ears.
Sounds good to me
Ive never tried $100 or $300 earbuds but I know what music is suppose to sound like and these earbuds sound perfect to me! Well balanced with rich bass and difinitive highs. Absolutely an incredible value. Those big drivers are doing something right.
I've tried the $12 Sonys and returned them. If you are deciding between the two, save yourself the aggravation and spend the few extra bucks for these. The sound quality is much better.
Great DJ-ing Headphones
Its all a matter of taste. If you always fiddle with your equalizer to create thick, rich bass notes, then these headphones were made for you. Honestly, some music has so much limiting on it, and its mixed in the studio with the bass end so cranked up, that headphones like this might reproduce that sound too bottom heavy. I rarely heard that problem, tho, and only at high volume. If you listen to music at reaonable volumes, or even mild volumes, these headphones are perfect for you.
Better clarity than previous models
The Sony MDR-XB600 represent a solid half-step forward for the Xtra Bass headphone series from Sony. Their looks are a little toned-down, comfort is good and sonic clarity seems to have been improved. However, the low-end lacks the control we like to hear in a bass-heavy headphone, resulting in to much bloating and boominess. You can get higher-quality sound at the price if you're after exciting bass.
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