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Sony DRZX701IP Monitor Headphones for iPhone

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  • Precision monitor sound reproduced by 50 mm drivers
  • In-line control of volume & tracks (play, stop, skip)1
  • Microphone for hands-free phone calls
  • Noise isolation ear pads reduce outside noise
  • Supports iPhone®/iPod® VoiceOver functionality
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  • Noise-Cancelling-Feature

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 4 x 10 inches ; 9.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005MIIZ3E
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  • Item model number: DRZX701IP
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 7, 2011

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Vocals and guitars sound very natural.
Jon Swanson
These also have a great external sound isolation quality even without having noise control.
Wayne Williams
They seem reasonably rugged and sound great.
C. White

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Pittman on January 2, 2012
Overall the headphones are of excellent quality. They look and feel sturdy, seem to be very well made, and the sound is phenomenal. The bass is deep and rich and the treble is amazing. The sound is what you should expect coming from a $150 pair of headphones. There is however, a major design flaw--if you have even moderately larger ears, they will poke into the inside of the headphones. This becomes quite painful after a couple hours of use because the plastic on the inside is rigid. I am very disappointed with this design flaw. Another note of caution--if you own an iPhone or Apple product and are planning on purchasing these, you're wasting your money unless you purchase a headphone amplifier. I recommend the FiiO E11 which will produce amazing sound clarity on these cans. As of the writing of this review (Jan 2012) Apple sound cards have notoriously poor sound output and are too limited to justify buying a pair of headphones with this kind of range. If you plan on using these headphones on a laptop computer, larger stereo with a decent amp, or purchasing an aftermarket headphone amp, your money will be well spent. If, of course, you do not have larger ears!

Sound quality: 5/5
Design and look: 5/5
Comfort 1/5

Note: My ears protrude from my head 3/4 of an inch at most. If yours do too, stay away from this product! The headphones will be painful after a couple of hours use.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By MadMax on June 7, 2013
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I spent 3 nights making a spreadsheet (yes, a spreadsheet) comparing every Sony model so that I could easily compare specs and research top models. Based on specs, HeadRoom testing, reviews, and price, I narrowed the search to the DR-ZX701iP, the MDR-V6, and the MDR-7506. Ultimately, since I would be using these a lot with my iOS devices, I chose the DR-ZX701iP for the microphone, volume, and playback controls. Compared to the other two models, the lower impedance is better for use with the amps in portable music devices. It's basically the MDR-ZX700 with iOS functionality, which is arguably comparable to the other models.

Pros: Amazing, balanced sound. Everything sounds natural and no frequency range is overpowering. iOS functionality. Comfort (after replacing stock pads; see below). Best headphones I have ever owned. I'm a life-long musician as well as an audio engineer, so sound quality is very important to me.

Cons: After reading reviews, I had a feeling that the stock pads might be too small. This turned out to be the case, both in terms of my ears fitting inside the pads and my ears touching the drivers (ouch!). But after some more research, I went with the Shure HPAEC840 Replacement Ear Cushions, which made a huge difference. They fit very well despite being larger around and depth-wise. The foam is softer and results in better noise isolation and lasting comfort. After replacing the stock pads, these are some of the best iOS-compatible headphones out there and hold their own against the professional studio models.

Other thoughts: This model number is unlike any other current Sony models, for some strange reason. Every other headphone model, even in the professional line, begins with MDR, and the popular ZX series contains model numbers beginning with MDR-ZX.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jason Parrish on November 27, 2011
I really like this can. It's a circumaural can, but of reasonable size for portable wear, and has a short cord. The built in mic works well for phone use. The buttons for iPhone use work well also but don't offer much differentiation and can be difficult to use by feel. The isolation is excellent. Comfort is pretty good. Clamping force is not bad, but the cups are a bit shallow and my ears do touch the backside of the cup, which can get uncomfortable after a while. Other than this slight issue with comfort however, I am very satisfied with this set of headphones. I prefer the sound to my Senn HD-280s. One note on the pictures above; they show a straight 1/8 headphone jack, where my set came with a right angle connector there.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RADIOCITY on May 2, 2014
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First, these are great sounding headphones. Comfortable too. Lightweight, good fit. NEXT: Died after about a year. They were in perfect condition, but the right channel quit on me. Determined to find out why, I dissected them, very carefully. The earpads can be easily slid off each side, revealing six screws. Take them out, and what you find is the tiniest, and I mean TINY TINY wires (litz wire) that Sony threads through the smallest hole you have even seen a wire go through, to get the signal from the left side, over to the right. It is through this unbelievably small hole that Sony mashed the wires when they assembled the unit, almost cutting (which is pretty hard to do, as you can't even cut this wire with a sharp scissor) the wires going through this tiny hole. Plenty of slack on the wires, but again, INSIDE the earpiece it is apparent this is a DEFECT during assembly, and no wonder, as when I finally got that wire out, I realized there is no way on earth you're ever getting it back in. Way too tight a fit. Not to worry. Just make a small hole through the outside of the left earpiece, and connect it to the wire that's going up the headset (buried in the 'over the head' band-a little hard to see, but it's in there, don't give up) and wire it to the element inside the earpiece. Actually, look at the new Sony's, and this is how they're doing it now themselves.....you can 'see' the wires on both sides of their new earphones, coming out of the headband, going into the earpieces, just like I have mine now. One last thing. you cannot 'strip' and solder this hair sized wire. To do it correctly, simple apply solder flux to the wire, and use your solder in the normal way, and the insulation will melt, and the connection will be made.Read more ›
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