Koss Porta Pros (old school design) would beat these hands down at about the same price. Lifetime warranty too - how can you beat that. Cord is pretty short so be ready to get an extension. Open ear design, so not really good for public areas (only real down side). Replacement cushions are easy to buy. Not "perfect" for fat heads or long hairs but still an outstanding can. I'm a fat head but they work just fine for me. CNET Editors Choice
For those who want a closed ear design for a little money, you can't go wrong with the Audio-Technica ATH-M35. Also highly rated by CNET and users alike. You will be so much happier spending an extra $20 on these.
The HD428s are decent phones for $30. They are comfortable, have great sound isolation-they really block outside noise well-, stylish. They do have some short comings- short, thin cable, etc. These are just good budget cans, not going into the studio with these. And the bass mod-took 10min- really improves the low end. I would recommend it to anyone not happy with the level of bass.
I own 7 pairs of over the ear cans and 20 ear buds, in ear , etc. while these are not the best sounding of what I own, I like the bass, comfort(I have a large head too) and sound signature.
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