Brent said: My guess is that most audiophiles will enjoy the detail and general neutrality of the mids and the highs—and I bet audiophiles who don’t buy into the concept that high-end headphones shouldn’t have plenty of bass will love them.
The gist: Very expensive but competes with the best.
Brent said: While you might prefer a more trebly (or more bassy) set of earphones, I couldn’t find anything I didn’t like about these.
The gist: 10 out of 10 for sound!
Brent said: . . . for a set of knock-around headphones to use in places where you need sound monitoring and don’t want to fret too much about the headphones getting left on the floor and stepped on or run over with an office chair, they’re a great choice.
The gist: You get your money’s worth with these.
Brent said: Considering that the overall tonal balance is on the soft side and somewhat bassy, I don’t think they’ll find a lot of fans among headphone enthusiasts.
The gist: Better for the business traveler than the audiophile.
S. Andrea said: The sound of their PX7 Carbon Edition Bluetooth headphones is big, bold, and loads of fun.
The gist: Not quite neutral, but good sounding nonetheless.
Brent said: These earphones are also a good choice for rock and hip-hop fans who want to play music loud without experiencing ear fatigue.
The gist: All about that bass.
Brent said: . . . audio enthusiasts who value maximum clarity and detail will absolutely love them.
The gist: Not for bassheads.
Brent said: So if you’re looking for non-noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones—say, for the home or office, where noise canceling does little good anyway—these are well worth checking out.
The gist: Mainly about just producing really good Bluetooth sound.