Pros: Bass, Easy to drive..
Cons: Really uncomfortable, build quality is so bad..
I have had these headphones for around two years but they decided to break a few months back. I read online how unreliable they were at the time but still decided to give them a try. They are extremely bass orientated which is perfect if you listen to a huge amount of electronic music like myself, They are loud, the highs are ok but the mids are shockingly poor. They are just over 20ohm if i remember rightly, they are easy to drive. They are meant to be for DJ'in and although i used them for that purpose i also used them to listen to music. They are really uncomfortable after a little while of fully wearing them, to the point that your ears really do start to really hurt. The durability is a joke, they tend to crack on the cheap plastic that controls the cups that swivel. The ear pads are removable to my knowledge but the cable isn't. They have been discontinued now but you can still pick them up on Ebay and stuff but if you ever did decide to do that be careful! .. there was a huge problem with replica/fake copies of this particular model. I paid around £150 at the time and they are NOT worth that amount of money. The cable is coiled and stretches, i found it to be ok but for some people it can really be annoying which i understand but the main purpose with this set is to use them for mixing music. These are good if you like bass but not much else 'stands out'. I would rather pick up a set of Sony MDR-V55 which to my knowledge is the next step after this model and has actually dropped in price significantly to around £45. These can be annoying if you use them as a portable choice because of the coiled cable..