Cons - Creaky build(very) cheap materials,all plastic,sounds muffled,overly bassy and not in a good way,muddy soundstage,equalizer helps somewhat.
Okay,unless youre getting them for free or for around 10$ then its not worth it. Not joking,theyre so creaky that it aint even funny.Get mdr v55 instead,three times better than this crap,or get xb 500 (not very portable) or even better for home use xb700(big boys extra comfy sound amazing) So yeah,got xb600 on my head now listening to guano apes,not great,muffled overly muddy mess.
Pros - powerful bass impact, dark sound, soundstage, good treble, comfort, price
Cons - the earcups, slightly veiled mids
Build quality and looks: These cans look very stylish. I like the silver disk-like design on the top of the earcups, similar to xb90ex. These headphones are quite sturdy, I expect them to be durable.
Comfort: These are among the most comfortable headphones I ever worn. However, the synthetic leather pads could be uncomfortable for some since they could slip in sweat. These have good seal on ear and isolates well.
Sound: Here comes the important bit. The sound signature is dark and bassy, colored, with a big soundstage. Since these are coloured, they're not best for audiophiles, but great for fun. The sound is very powerful, emotional and impactful. I find these relaxing too. These have a lot of bass, but they're punchy and doesn't make other frequencies veiled, except the midrange. The midrange is slightly veiled, however, this doesn't mean these have poor soundstage and details. The soundstage and details is among the best I've heard even at higher prices. The sound is very big and impactful. The highs are sweet, sometimes overpowering, but this could be fixed with equalization. Amplification could help to remove the colouredness of music.
Summary: These are the one of the best cans for price.