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Doesn't really offer much!! Make sure, you demo this before buying.

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Pros: Comfort(it is subjective), Isolation,

Cons: Tangle prone cable, No chin slider, Might be extremely uncomofortable depending on shape of ear canals, Feels cheap, Sound quality

I am going to keep this short.   SOURCE: Cowon C2 320 Kbps Mp3 and Flac files.     GOOD:   - Fits my ear properly. I am sure, whatever i do, they won't fall off.  - Isolation, is good.   BAD:   - I feel that based on the shape of ear canals this could turn out to be a nightmare for a few people to wear. - Just a flimsy pouch and three tips - Looks and feels cheap when you hold it in hand. Doesn't feel like a $70 product. - Cables are thin and tangle prone. Actually, it would be very easy to break the cables. - What the hell? No, chin slider !!!     UGLY:   - Bought them here in India for approximately $70. It doesn't...
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My Good Fortune

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Pros: Everything

Cons: Not really portable(but I don't care), ear pads

From the various headphones I have owned my favorite till now has been MDR-V6. I have the HD-25-1 II as well and from the perspective of sound they are very good but I am not a fan of on ear headphone. I like them to cover my ears completely and somehow, the HD-25 I II make me a tad uncomfortable on a longer listening session.   I was researching regarding MDR-V6 upgrade and read a few recommendations regarding MDR-7509 HD. I posted a WTB classified but didn't get any responses. Furthermore, in India its impossible to find any good headphones.   I was casually browsing through ebay India website and saw the listing for 7509 HD, the seller supposedly had 10 pieces and...
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Great for the Price

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Pros: Instrument Separation, Clarity, Fit, Bass, Soundstage, Isolation

Cons: Thin Cables, Cable Length, Vocals

This is my first review and moreover and I am not an audiophile by any means. I would try to list out what I feel are the pros and cons. I am comparing these with RE-262 which I bought for approximately same price.   1. Price - In India they retail for around $140-150 which by any means for a triple driver IEM is good.   2. Received them approximately 8 hours ago and still trying to wrap my fingers around their sound.   3. Cable looks very fragile, could have been much thicker than this. By the look of it I still prefer the cables of RE-262 and Brainwavz M2. But only time can tell. One thing I don't like about this one is the right cable is way to long. I...
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