> So, basically, it plays music. The same music you could get out of a
> pair of £9.99 headphones. Only it's got millions of things that
> you don't need.
I find the ability to reproduce sound with any sort of quality a rather necessary trait in a pair of headphones. Current favorites are a pair of Sennheiser HD200s; fantastic quality and very comfy.
It's much like anything; you get what you pay for.
For me, as long as it plays music to a decent standard, I'm happy. The fact that anyone needs to spend more than £20 or so to enjoy music 'properly' saddens me.
Isn't it about £150-200 too?
And I've seen reviews of their other stuff ... like those amazing (supposedly) headphones that provided amazing sound and outside-noise reduction, but didn't really.
But you're thinking to yourself, I can't afford this so it's crap?