he Sentry HO238 is far from the worst headphone I’ve heard and actually competes fairly well with some of the lower-end sets from Earpollution, Panasonic, Philips, etc.
The Sennheiser PX100s are very good headphones, worthy of my recommendation any day of the week.
Though I admit that I may be biased by my comfort issues with these, the only way I can see Audio-Technica justifying that MSRP is by charging double for style points
I think that Soundmagic once again has a strong competitor for the big-name companies with the P10 portables.
Simply put, the Yuin G2A offers more sound for your hard-earned cash than most of the competition.
There are two ways to evaluate the Grado iGrado: as what is probably best the street-style sports headphone for the iPod crowd, or as a portable little brother of the renowned Grado SR60 with a $30 discount.
The JVC HA-M750 is a reasonably-priced circumaural headphone that provides an excellent compromise between comfort, isolation, portability, and sound.
The EarPollution Nerve Pipes are extremely comfortable and decently performing portable headphones that boast customizable looks and a reasonable price tag.
The HP430 is another interesting entry from Philips that’s let down by the build quality and choice of materials rather than sound quality.