I recently bought a pair of headphones for my Roland FP10, and I have mixed feelings about them. While they have some great features, there are also a few drawbacks that have affected my overall experience.
Firstly, the sound quality of the headphones is good and satisfactory for practicing. I've been able to hear all of the notes and nuances of my playing, and I haven't noticed any distortion or interference. However, the headphones don't go very loud, which can be a bit frustrating at times when you need higher volume levels to hear yourself over other noises.
Secondly, the headphones aren't super comfortable. I've found that the pressure on my ears can become quite heavy and uncomfortable after extended periods of use, which can be a bit of a problem if I'm practicing for long periods of time. I'd recommend taking regular breaks to avoid any discomfort.
However, the headphones do a good job of blocking out external noises, which is particularly useful if you're practicing in a noisy environment or trying to focus on your playing without distractions.
Overall, these headphones have their pros and cons. While the sound quality is good and the noise cancellation is impressive, the headphones can be uncomfortable and aren't always loud enough (with Roland FP 10). If you're looking for headphones for practicing, these could be a good option, but be prepared for some discomfort after extended use.