Originally Posted by bhazard
I just pulled the trigger on the 415. Let me know how they are.
I'm beginning to listen - for now I look like this:
The high is a bit rough, mids are put forward, bass has a nice texture, but a bit lacking lowest frequencies, but we'll see how it will be after 50 hours of burning. For now sound is clean, light and fast. They don't tolerate poor records! For example "Yo-Yo Ma Plays Ennio Morricone" sounds great on MH415, but Sabaton "Art of War" is just terrible.
Comfort is amazing, maybe even better than the Audeo.
Package includes one regular cable, one for the smartphone (both are memory wires) and three sets of biflange (S-M-L).
Are they worth $40? For classical music for sure, they can be great (much better then B3). For other genres, I'm not sure, let's burn-in them for a couple hours.