Rated 5 out of 5 by 3
Rated 5 out of 5 by Murt Good stereo imaging
Slightly louder than expected but not over pleasant. Good high end detail. I thought the bass end was reasonably rounded for the type of music I tested on. Stereo imaging sounded wider than expected, though also very pleasant.
These headphones are not over bearing and are very comfortable over reasonable periods of time. Over all sound characteristics are very accurate. Very reasonably priced.
27 February 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Andrew First - this is my first set of music-orientated headphones. I'm used to using several thousand pounds worth of KEF then B&W speaker. I have used cheap creative-fatality and plantronics (model? :/) headphones for gaming. These senn headphones are infinitely better than the gaming headphones and nowhere near as good as a real rig.
These give a very pleasant sound with very acceptable range. All nuances and subtle sounds are discernible.
Sound scape is slightly forwards. This very quickly became unnoticeable.
Maybe unfair to say that the bass isn't as strong as I'd like. Songs like Ellie Goulding - lights (bassnectar remix) still sound amazing. However the walls don't shake like they should
20 December 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Alexander You will never have a problem with comfort. Wear them for hours at a time with no issue.
The sound quality is great for the price.
The sound is very balanced. I read one or two reviews that claimed it was a little light on bass and I didn't find that to be the case/to be an issue.
They look pretty classy if you're into it.
The thick 3m long cord will ensure you aren't taking these out and about anywhere. The cord is replaceable which is nice but they have yet to release one that's shorter.
People next to you can hear exactly what you're listening to, this is the nature of open headphones and not a bad point but something to be aware of.
05 October 2012