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3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Crappy headphonesMar 25, 2009
By Philip H. Nguyen
They look durable but they broke.
They also sound like cheap $10 headphones. It is honestly a waste of money.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
SantiagoJan 22, 2010
By Parque Tayrona
The sound is good but it breaks easily. You feel bad when you see it break three weeks after buying it.
Pretty good for the priceJun 06, 2010
I bought these 1 yr back and they are working fine expect that I cant listen with them continuously for more than 45 min as they put slightly higher pressure on my ear lobes.sound quality is good and they look OK.As said by some other person...you should have the right earlobe size(small..) to enjoy them 100%.
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Private Listening = 4-Stars.May 17, 2008
By Jeffrey W. Nicholas
"Romatic In Utah"
I have a 5YO pair of Radio Shack "Titanium" headphones bought for $24.95 still going strong, but way beyond average product life, and now discontinued (bad move on RS's part). The MAJOR DIFFERENCE between them and these DJs is the comfort issue; you KNOW you're wearing headphones as the pressure is evident (this may lessen over time OR with some headband tweaking), where the Titaniums are forgotten once placed on your head--both are light weight, but the RS headphones don't "squeeze" your head when wearing them. The SOUND QUALITY of the Titaniums is 20-20K Hrz and provides an "airy" or "spacial" sound stage, the DJs less "airy" and are either 1] flat across across the sonic spectrum OR 2] have mid-range boost/coloration giving me better voice clarity and an increased mid-range presence that I found I liked--all things considered--over the RS phones. I got the DJs for $47.00 w/free S+H as refurbs from an A'.com associated affiliate and at that price, I consider them an excellent value for the money. Creative Labs makes a high end headphone--the Aurvana Live! user rated at nearly 5-Stars--that A'.com offers at the lowest cost w/free shipping (as of the date of this review) that I considered but the price I got for the DJs and their specs were the deciding factors. I recommend these headphones, and would have given them 5-Stars but for the comfort issue.
Addendum to my "Private Listening = 4-Stars" review. The "comfort issue" has been resolved! I reasoned that the spine of the headphone had to be metal and as such, the tension causing the phones to press uncomfortably on the head from both sides could be adjusted by CAREFULLY bending the spine back--widening it--to a tension that made them comfortable to wear AND permitting the around-the-ear cups to fit snuggly at the same time. Guess what? IT WORKED!!! Sooooo...when you read the reviews on this or similar headphones with user comments about them being "uncomfortably tight to the head" be assured there's a cure for that complaint. My rating on the DJ phones is now a full 5-Stars.
CREATIVE "AUR-BREAKA" DJ HEADPHONESOct 12, 2010
By Cleon V Bernard
These headphones shoud be constructed with more DURABLE MATERIALS The left ear cup snapped off within months! Good sound, BUT CHEAP QUALITY DESIGN. They should cost less just for that reason alone!
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