Pros: Spacious soundstage, very wide. Incredibly great for EDM music. Extremely comfortable
Cons: Cheap plastic feel, cable design might not last, Not worth it if you want more for your money.
My friend bought this from another friend of mine and i kinda used it alot by the time he got a new headphone. It gave me a very good look on what these cans can do.
Fit: Very good. Very comfortable. Can withstand long hours of wearing time.
Versions: If your looking for the same thing but with a mic the Razer Carcharias will do the trick.
Durability: It's ALL PLASTIC. Very cheap feeling Thin cable, but cloth-type. Not so sturdy as you would think.
Accesories, Etc: Nothing really, just a headphone and some stickers. Also an additional cord to increase the length of it.
Others: The isolation of these are bad. It also leaks incredibly, even at low volumes.
Sound Quality: Extremely great for EDM music for the price. Don't expect high-end quality though, there's still alot more out there that are better. The bass extension is just great. It has a very lively feeling. Good for any genre, but dont expect audiophile quality.
Best for: All genres really. It can handle alot of it very well especially with a good burn-in.
Not for: If you are looking for more detail. Like i said, these cans can handle anything you can throw at them but dont expect much. It's more all-around than concentrating in a specific type of genre. Which means that it can handle em well, it isnt in the high end.
Overall: Very good headphones. For a price this cheap, it's on my recommendations list.
Other recommendations: The JVC Flats are damn cheaper but are almost as good as this. Check them out.