But the technology within the box is anything but plain. First of all the B&O headphones come with loads of accessories like the extra pair of foam covering for the ear pieces, an extra length of cable, a double pin jack, and a nifty leather case. All of the components are extremely sturdy and you can feel their weight when you pick them up. This goes double for the head sets. They are extremely sturdy compared to the common stuff you find on the shelves these days. Each piece can rotate and twist to suite any type of awkward ear I dare say. The metal pins in the sets are so sturdy that they even feel like they have some sort of hydraulic pump in them.
B&O is extremely well known for their high tech sound equipment and funky designs. These earphones are quite comfortable and having just tried them out I can also add that they sound really crisp. However I know they cost over $100 so I cant really say they are worth it. I would much rather have an old school looking set of headphones that surround my entire ear and drill out some serious base. But these headphones are phat and I am definitely gonna make use of them. Now I just got to try and not lose them.