The Sennheiser HD 205 II are a “cheaper” pair of headphones price wise, they have a closed back and rotating ear cups. I do not feel like they are very comfortable though, after wearing them for over an hour I could definitely feel them on my head getting uncomfortable and I wanted to take them off from time to time. They only cost around 75 dollars though, so that could probably be the reason. The bass in them is very good though; I did some DJ sets in them as well as use them for studio use from time to time.
The ear pads can be replaced, which will need to be done eventually because they do not last that long on these headphones. They come with a ¼ adapter and a carrying pouch for transportation. After using them multiple times the rotating part of the ear cup started to get kind of “loose” and felt like it was losing its strength. I could not replace any parts for that myself and Sennheiser told me that they could fix it but for the price they were going to charge me it was not worth it being that the headphones only cost 75 dollars.
I was using these back in 2011 and they lasted me about 6 months before I put them aside and didn’t use them again. For the price the sound is pretty good though, if you are in search of your first pair of DJ headphones I do recommend these but you will need to upgrade to something that is more durable for the road because they will not last that long without having to replace ear cups.
These also do a great job with different styles of music; I have used them with Dance, Trance, Techno and Top 40 Pop music and the worked great with no matter what I used them with. The bass is really smooth and deep. I do not suggest trying to mix your bass in them though (in studio). I got many sloppy bass mixes with them.