Sony MDR-V700DJ Studio Monitor Series DJ Headphones
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- Studio Monitor Series Headphones incorporate high-end materials and advanced engineering; critically clean, exceptionally clear sound for professional and high fidelity applications
- Swivel earcups for DJ and remix applications enable single-sided monitoring. DJs can listen to house sound with one ear while they cue up the next track with the other. Convenient for on-shoulder use.
- Reversible earcups for even greater monitoring flexibility
- Auto return swivel mechanism brings the earcups back to standard listening position -- another nice touch from Sony
- 50 mm diameter drive units for reference-grade sound; enable superior power handling; deeper bass, lower distortion and wider dynamic range; frequency response extends down to an extraordinary 5 Hz
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So I get home and hook these up to my laptop. My first listen of an MP3 with these blew me away. I heard a balanced sound but with something extra. Instruments I never heard before, vocals and chords that Titans hid from me so well. And the base, not overpowering, not interfering but invigorating. It was like I was playing the base guitar (which I can't) to the adoration of millions of fans on a sound stage (none of these things will ever happen). My hate for the Titans grows stronger every day. My second test was with an actual CD (didn't even know I still had one). The sound from the CD made me hug these babies. I even stopped worrying about how to reveal it to the Mrs this frivolous purchase, but only for a minute.Read more ›
The only bad thing is that yeah, I've been buying these headphones for fifteen years... a lot! If they last two years without breaking, that's a good two years. The sound keeps working but the damn piece of plastic that attaches to the swivel thingie cracks real easily (duct tape keeps it together for a couple of months) and eventually the thing just snaps off entirely. And I treat these phones real gingerly.
Still, I give it five stars because no other headphones give this much depth and clarity and I guess it's worth buying every couple of years. Keep your eyes on the price. In the late 90s they were around $200 and then they gradually went down to $100, as older models often do. Now they're $160... yikes! If you see them cheaper here or at some other reputable place for less, buy at least a couple of pairs!
These were a lot more money back then too I think. 2002? Ish?
They could be made from entirely different materials these days for all I know, but this model was awesome back then.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My friend has these headphones. I was on the road with him for hours using them. He has had these headphones for years. Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by Mr.Green
Plastic parts such as swivel (universal) joint are made out of thin and bad quality plastic. They broke after short period of use. I cannot use the headphones. Read morePublished on June 24, 2012 by Peter Depeche
These are a solid pair of headphones, no doubt about that. they sound fantastic, wonderful build and if you have an equalizer on you can make them very bass heavy. Read morePublished on May 31, 2012 by BeetzyBoy