Well, let's start by saying I love these headphones! The "Heavy Beats" description put me off at first - it makes them sound like they're built for people who like subwoofers in their car so they can make the road shake. Well, they probably wouldn't be disappointed... they're great headphones with a really full sounding bass and mid-range response.
I'm using these at work currently and they've encouraged me to break out loeads of old albums, to hear what they sound like. I use some Grados at home and whilst these I-Megos don't match the open, airy, natural sound of the Grados, they're still excellent and the lower end response really adds a punch. I've listened to blues, rock, country, folk and hip hop with these 'phones and I've enjoyed the sound of all the genres. The "full" sound can sometimes move the sound towards "muddy" but generally there's still enough definition there to avoid displeasure.
They're fun headphones - a bit too coloured to use as monitors but for just listening to your favourite music, they're great. I've retired my Sennheisers to the drawer for now - they sound so tinny in comparison to these monsters.
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Closed dynamic type
Plug: Gold plated 3.5mm stereo mini plug
Driver Unit: 40 mm dia
Impedance: 32 Ohm & Cord length: 1.2m
I saw those online and had to have them because of that retro vintage look. They really look great and sound great. I love the design and it's too bad there isn't more of this kind of headphones. I got them as a replacement for my Sennheiser headphones that I lost somewhere. These headphone have a terrific sounding bass. I really loved it. They have a great mid and low range response. I don't think these are up for some professional work, but just for recreational listening of music they're great. I also did some gaming with them and had no complaints.
They are really comfortable to wear and aren't that heavy. The leather pieces seem really well made.
The one problem because of which I give them a three star rating is the headphone jack. I used them pretty normally, on my cellphone and laptop for listening to music and always took care of them. Sometimes I used them for calls on viber etc. I didn't leave them lying around. Didn't drop them. Did everything by the book. One day I noticed that there is some kind of interference, I touched the headphone jack and it went away. After a few weeks I lost the sound on my left ear. I tried bending the cable on the headphone jack and the sound came back on but only until I held the cable bent. As soon as I released I lost the stereo. After a few days the sound started to sound distorted and a bit "tunnely" if you know what I mean.