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This review is from: AKG by Harman K142HD Studio High-Definition Semi-Open Headphones (Mocca/Sand)
Pros: Makes the sound good. Crisp highs; it delivers an excellent, rich music experience.
Cons: I would have liked if the cord was separate. One too many times have headphones been irreparably ruined by a destroyed cord that could have easily been fixed if the manufacturer just installed a jack.
Other Thoughts: They're comfortable, but not quite to the wearing them all day comfort level. Maybe my ears are just sensitive, but wearing them day in and day out makes them sore. Considerably less than have other brands in the past.
They're a few years old, sure, but don't that discourage you, the low price makes them an absolute steal.
This review is from: Sennheiser CX200 3.5mm Connector Canal Stereo Headphone
Pros: It's probably the best thing on the market for this price.
Cons: It's bass is a bit too shallow and the highs aren't terribly crisp. Higher volume is met with a similar decrease in sound quality.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for. For the price it's going to be the best thing you can find (< $20), but you're going to have to shell out more money if you want better audio.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: StarTech MU1MMFS 0.3" Slim 3.5mm Stereo Extension Audio Cable M-F
Pros: It does the thing that it said it would do.
Cons: Doesn't do things it doesn't do.
Other Thoughts: The rubber is just the right amount of softness, seems plenty sturdy. I suppose you could use it to tape or even drill a hole in your desk from the back panel, this way it keeps things organized.
Sometimes, even with front panel connections, your headphones just don't reach long enough and you just need that quarter meter or so more to not yank them out of your ears (or off your head) in horror, especially if you buy expensive headphones.