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Sony MDR-D777LP Altus Stereo Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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Sony Mdrd777Lp Portable Headphones

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Product Dimensions 9.7 x 8.5 x 3.5 inches
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
Shipping Weight 12.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Sony
ASIN B000JKDTPE
Item model number MDRD777LP
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3.0 out of 5 stars 39 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,107 in Electronics > Headphones > Over-Ear Headphones
#95,298 in Electronics > Portable Audio & Video > MP3 & MP4 Players & Accessories > MP3 & MP4 Player Accessories
#98,244 in Electronics > Home Audio & Theater
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By B. Sanders on January 13, 2008
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Ok, first off: Why do people complain about the bass response on the MDR-777's? These babies have DEEP bass response - but they are not bass-heavy (IOW: perfect). Frequency response is balanced across the entire spectrum, from sub-bass to cymbal sizzle. Midrange is particularly nice - vocals, sax, piano are gorgeous. I was shocked at how much better these sound than my old headphones. CAUTION: These headphones will expose weaknesses in what you thought were perfect recordings. I mark that in the "benefits" column myself ;-)

I agree that the 777's appear flimsy. Sit on 'em once, and you're buying a new pair. Comfort is OK, not great. I like the oval ear cup design; but I guess my ears are bigger than the designers planned for. 2-3 hours is about all I can comfortably manage with these. FWIW: Even my venerable AKG K240DF's are sometimes uncomfortable after several hours.

Overall sound quality of the 777's is fantastic. If you're a jazz or classical lover, buy without hesitation. My musical tastes include dub, electro and other bass-heavy genres, and so far, I'm very impressed - the bass response is bottomless. I love the sound of these headphones!
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This is a review based on the $20 I paid and the $30 that these are now going for. First, let me tell you that I have a lot of experience with excellent headphones in this price range. I own or have owned the Sennheiser PX100, Sennheiser EC 150, grado Sr60, igrado, AKG K81dj, Bose Triport (older version). I also own several in ear models such as the Ultimate Ears Super fi 5pro, Denon C-700, Shure E500, Etymotic ER6i, and some ear canal models such as the Sennheiser CX 300, Beyerdynamic DTX 50, Crossroads Mylar X3, Sony EX51, and the bose triport earbuds.

Of course, the best sounding item I own is not the Sony Altus model, it is hands down the Shure E500, but for $20-30 these Sony's are an absolute Gem. Yeah, I can see how other reviewers may have had problems with the build quality. The plastic is a bit flimsy that connects the earcups to the headband, and also when you adjust the headband up and down to get a fit, it seems a bit less durable than the typical sliding mechanism. Keeping this in mind, doing this with care and being gentle may prove to be important for the life of the product. These limitations may be significant if you are known to beat up your equimpent, or toss them in a backpack with a lot of heavy crap like school books, etc.

Onto the sound. I personally like the sound signature of these cans. The mids are forward and involving, great for Jazz and classical music, as well as vocals. Highs are sharp and decent at worst. The low end response is deep but doesn't thump artificially with authority as bassheads may prefer, but the way these are designed it helps combat listening fatigue.

I would say that these are very comfortable headphones, A close second to only my bose triports (the full sized headphones, not the earbuds).
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I have had this product for only a few hours. I purchased the Sony MDR-NC6 headphones between 1.5 to 2 years ago and the sound that I received was above par. It was mostly noticable on the low side. However, these headphones seem to be better suited for classical music lovers. If you are looking to experience the full spectrum or a full range of sound, these headphones are not for you.

Pros:

Good mid and high level sounds

Nice tight fit

Works great as earmuffs

Really keeps out unwanted sounds

Cons:

Open close switches do not seem to make a noticeable difference as far as I can tell

Low (bass) sounds are not the best

Overall:

Good earmuffs with speakers but at a high price.

Not worth the price.
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This is the first pair of high quality headphones I ever bought. I tested them at the Sony Style store in Las Vegas and instantly fell in love. They were gifted to me as a birthday present, and I constantly thank my wife for them. Most of the over ear headphones I get usually tend to hurt my ears after an hour or so of wearing, but I can wear these all day without any problem. Some of the other reviewers claim differently, so I guess it has to do with how your ears are shaped.

The other reviewers claim that the Y connector breaks, but I had these since April 2007 (Dec 24, 2007 right now) and I never had a problem. I use them while mostly at work so they do not get battered as much as if I had them in a backpack. However they do accompany me on the plane as I tend to travel with a fair amount of frequency. They do shut out a lot of the engine noise and screaming babies and they continue to show their comfort as I was able to sleep with them on. That's saying a lot as I don't usually sleep on planes.

When my wife bought these for me they were about $150. Amazon now has them listed at $35. I disagree with most of the negative reviews about this product and consider it a steal at this cost. The only thing that seems more true is that Sony favored the mids and highs on these headphones and not so much the bass. I listen to a lot of classical and jazz guitar so I'm not missing that much. If you are into pop or dance music you might want to look at something that has a little more thump, but the clarity on these for vocals and instrumental is amazing.
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