Neodymium magnets and 40mm drivers for powerful, detailed sound | Closed-ear design provides comfort and outstanding reduction of external noises | 9.8-foot cord ends in gold-plated plug; 1/4-inch adapter included | Folds up for storage or travel in provided soft case | Frequency Response: 10Hz - 20 kHz | 9.8-foot coiled cord and it is not deatachable
Neodymium magnets and 40mm drivers for powerful, detailed sound | Closed-ear design provides comfort and outstanding reduction of external noises | 9.8-foot cord ends in gold-plated plug; 1/4-inch adapter included | Folds up for storage or travel in provided soft case | Frequency Response: 10Hz - 20 kHz | 9.8-foot coiled cord and it is not deatachableLess
|Size||2 x 2 cm (0.8 x 0.8 in)|
Sony’s MDR-7506 Professional Headphones enjoys almost mythical status among headphone geeks, as it’s been on the market since 1991 and has earned a reputation among professionals and amateurs alike as an audio workhorse.
Befitting its age, the MDR-7506 is a conventionally designed headphone that’s survived long enough to seem retro. The headband is metal, sheathed in what looks and feels like real leather, and lightly padded.
The MDR-7506 is a great-sounding headphone. Solid bass extends cleanly to 20 Hz while never creeping into the lower midrange. The mid... Full review
Sony's MDR-7506 may not dazzle you with its outfit—there is absolutely nothing exciting to look at here, and you'll probably need to replace the cheap ear pads at some point. Yet, like Don Quixote with his bowl for a helmet, there's still great quality within.
The sound is nicely balanced, so that no portion of the musical scale is too loud or too soft. Aspiring audiophiles will especially love this soundscape, because it's optimal for equalizing and mixing, which typically costs a lot more.
In terms of value, this is the best buy I've seen all year. A simple online se... Full review
Introduced way back in 1991, the Sony MDR-7506 has long been a favorite headphone of recording engineers and other sound professionals.
Since the MDR-7506 has been in the Sony lineup for over 20 years, you don't have to make any guesses about the design's long-term durability.
Listen to the MDR-7506 and you'll know why it's remained in the Sony lineup for 22 years. Nothing about the sound is out-of-place: the bass-midrange-treble balance is accurate, and every music genre sounds great. It's no wonder so many professionals have relied on the MDR-7506 to record and mix music,... Full review
Every audio professional I wrote to spoke highly of them, even if they hadn’t reviewed the Sonys themselves. Also, speaking from experience, nearly every recording studio, radio station, etc. has a pair of these attached to the mixing board. And there are several reasons why below.
They sound fantastic. Every panelist put these as their number one. Brent said the sound had “perfect tonal balance,” with “no flaws” sounding “like a headphone should sound.”
They have been around forever and last forever. Seriously. These have great buil... Full review
3,885 Amazon.com shoppers shared a review for the Sony MDR-7506. Ratings are generally positive, averaging 4.6 out of 5 stars. See all Amazon.com customer reviews.
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