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  • Good for the money
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    Very comfy and work to reduce light noise. I use them to concentrate at work.

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    mcucchia March 13, 2013
  • Good
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    Good, + .

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    dave18765 October 6, 2012
  • Horrible Sound
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    The quality is very poor. It's sturdy and comfortable but the sound is horrible. I bought these for my girlfriend for Christmas so she could edit with and I didn't want to believe her when she said the didn't sound right. As soon as I hear the first song on them I said they were going back. Not worth the price at all. I bout a pair of **** for $** that sound way better and more clear.

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    mnm85 December 26, 2011
  • So So
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    The actual headphones themselves are pretty amazing. They are really sleek in design, they fold up easily, they would be simple to clean, and amazingly do cancel out noise. However, there are a few issues I have with this product. If the cords touch while they are plugged into my phone, or are near something that cause a lot of static or electric energy, it creates feedback in the headphones that is really annoying. I have no idea how to get around it. Thus, they are perfect for traveling if you are sitting on a plane but not for walking or sitting on a bus. Essentially, you can't really move with these headphones on. I also noticed that if I wore certain shoes, like boots, it would revebrate through the headphones, which is annoying too. I would recommend them for easy listening, but not for working out or any kind of activity.

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    lil2bizzy01 December 21, 2011
  • fair for subway use
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    The noise cancelling feature does not work well. Treble and bass are clearer than on earbuds, although overall volume is muted

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    berrygrand December 20, 2009