Mediocre & overpriced
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Would not recommend these, unless you were getting them for like 20 bucks, or you like to be disappointed. Title says it all. The noise canceling feature is laughable, barely cancels any noise at all. I don't see why it matters though because the music or whatever you are listening to will cancel out noise anyway... The sound quality these headphones produce is very good, there's a lot of clarity. There is hardly any bass volume at all, it is very clear sounding bass though. I don't expect a lot of bass out of headphones nor do I want a lot of it, but I definitely expect more out of "audiophile" headphones in this price range. While they have a lot of clarity overall, there is no depth to the sound. I've experienced comparable sound quality and more bass out of less expensive headphones before. My biggest gripe about these headphones is what happens when I listen to heavy metal songs. I've listened to many different genres of music on these headphones and everything seems to sound pretty normal, except for heavy metal/death metal songs. On some parts of just about every metal song I've listened to, I'm not able to hear the lead guitar track that I have been able to hear over the years on other headphones, these headphones will only play the rhythm guitar track. Very irritating considering how much these headphones cost. Once again I definitely would not recommend these headphones unless you were getting them for cheap. They are not worth how much they cost. There are much better options out there.
Pros: Clarity, comfort, nice color scheme
Cons: Overpriced, requires batteries for a noise canceling feature that doesn't do much, not much bass, will not play the lead guitar track on some parts of songs