“ Expanding on the pros, other likes- - These cans are pretty comfortable imo, with the velour pads and soft headband. I havent had any problems with pressure points on the headband, and have been able to wear them for several hours on end without much fatigue. Clamping force is just right. Tighter than, for example, a Creative Aurvana Live, but looser than my FA-011s. Fairly light weight. -...” --kidcharlemagne
“ Do you listen to hip-hop, techno, etc. and other popular music of today? Are you frustrated with the lack of clarity/details across the board and the ridiculously loose and undefined bass in those "made-for-bass" cans (e.g. Skullcandy)? Are you equally frustrated with the shockingly lack of bass(especially if you don't use a dedicated amp) and the...” --dingyibvs
“ I needed decent closed-back headphones for tracking, and while the Audio-Technica ATH-M50 is a much better pair of headphones overall at just $50 more, the Equation RP-21 is actually not bad at all for sub-$100. The tonal balance is quite good and does not exhibit any glaring problems like bloated bass or rolled-off treble or other similar problems we often hear in budget headphones. The...” --Lunatique
RP-15MC Stereo Headphones have been designed for tracking and mixing in the recording studio with the added bonus of a collapsable design. RP-15MC Headphones have a detachable cord with both straight and coiled options. The new RP-15MC Headphones are designed to be fatigue resistant and provide long term comfort.