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October 18, 2012
These headphones worked, however they're definitely the most fragile piece of $70 equipment you'll be using every day.
I've bought three of these over time. All of them have broken. And all of them have cost me upwards of 80 bucks (cause "back in the day" they cost more).
The bass was okay. But the line in AA-Battery powered bass control was a pain in the ass.
After the third pair I switched to WeSC. Have had the same pair of WeSCs for about 6 years, they've been around the world twice with me, and I couldn't be happier.
Would recommend if you were only going to use this at home, casually, and only if you had rechargeable batteries :P. I was a commuter so they saw extensive use. I'm assuming if they weren't used as heavy, they'd be fine.
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June 11, 2012
I gave these a try because I love bass! I was dissapointed to find out that base sound artificial and fake like the headphones are trying to artificially add some bump instead of the music actually making the bump. They also require 1 AA Battery which is lame. They do have in line volume control though and you can turn the base on and off. I ended up getting the Hesh headphones instead. The Hesh sounds much better!