These are over-ear headphones with wireless connectivity and charging base/transmitter that sports analog connectors. It's primarily made out of plastic, making these lightweight. However, this has the drawback of making it feel flimsy.
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Pro Compatible with TVs and audio receivers
The stand features RCA as well as 3.5mm inputs at the back. This input selection allows the headphones to work with a number of sound sources including TVs, media players, smartphones and the like, even if the source does not have native wireless connectivity.
Pro Great bass quality with clear highs and mids
The bass reproduction of these headphones is what stands out from the overall sound signature. Bass has good punch and power and does not sound bloated. The mids and the highs have good clarity and detail to them, though the mids can come off as too recessed for some.
Pro Long battery life
It takes around 25 hours of play back for these headphones to go from a full charge to an empty battery. This should be more than enough for a long music listening session or for watching a number of movies in succession without having to charge the headphones.
Pro Very comfortable to wear
These headphones have thick padding on the ear cups and on the headband. These make the headphones very comfortable to wear even after several hours straight.
Con Sound may be tinny for some
The recessed mids of these headphones can make the sound quite a bit tinny and lacking in body. If you really want to have full and forward mids for your music then these may not be the best headphones for you.
Con Can feel flimsy when handled
Plastic is the primary material in the headphones' build. This results in the headphones feeling a bit flimsy as they flex fairly easily and also rattle quite a bit.