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Pros: The best bass I've heard in portable headphones with really solid mids and highs. Covered all frequencies really well, certain songs weren't perfect (rock, and singing like Adele), but were extremely solid rap, hip hop, electronic/dubstep, chiptune and metal.
They were rated 4 for their $40 standard price, but I bought for $8 so they would be 5 star for that. Based on sound quality and durability, not comfort.
Cons: They were very uncomfortable at first because I don't like in-ear and it took some weeks to get used to, but I did get used to them. The sound quality improved as time elapsed (the term is "burn in"?). I'd like the standard price to be lower but for $10 you cannot pick better in my opinion.
I'm writing this review 10 minutes after my left bud blew out, though. I'm going to purchase another or have warranty cover it; not sure what could have caused it - I do listen at the highest volume most of the time.
Pros: I've had this for ~5 years, got it replaced once because I thought it was a problem, but it was my 9800 gt that fried 2.5 years ago. Not sure if the PSU damaged it - I haven't looked at that card since - but this PSU is solid and quiet and I'll be using it in my brand new build in a few weeks (PSU is the only thing I'm keeping). I think it was the same price when I got it, too.
When I did get it replaced it was really great customer service if I recall correctly. Contacted and shipped the same day and received a new one in a week. Go Corsair.
Cons: Maybe fried the card? I've been running on a 520 gt from a store for 2.5 years, no problems with that (I'm ordering a 670 with my new build :))READ FULL REVIEW