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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone
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- 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 and it is not deatachable; 1/4-inch adapter included
- Folds up for storage or travel in provided soft case
- Frequency Response: 10Hz - 20 kHz
- These large diaphragm, foldable headphones feature a rugged construction, a secure, highly effective closed-ear design
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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone
This extremely high quality, unobtrusive, lightweight reference headphone has been engineered to be comfortable to wear for extended periods, making it ideal for use in broadcast and studio environments. A 40mm PET diaphragm and neodymium magnet provide performance exceeding the requirements of digital audio sources.
- Carrying Bag.
- Unimatch Plug.
- 40mm Driver Unit
- Closed-Ear Design
- Folding Construction
- Stereo Unimatch Plug
- Gold Connectors and OFC Cord
|Folding Construction||Compactness in storage|
|40mm Driver Unit||For clear, high quality sound reproduction|
|Closed-Ear Design||Comfort and reduction of external noise interference|
|Stereo Unimatch Plug||1/4" and 1/8" applications|
|Gold Connectors and OFC Cord||Reliable and stable signal connection and transmission|
|Supplied Soft Case||Protective storage|
|Headphone Type||Dynamic, closed|
|Driver Size||40.0 mm|
|Plug Type||Gold, Stereo Unimatch plug 1/4" and 1/8"|
|Cord Length||Cord Length 9.8 ft|
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1 x 1 in||7.48 x 4.33 x 11.61 in||4 x 7 x 8.5 in||4.5 x 6 x 6 in||8.98 x 4.92 x 8.98 in||6.5 x 10.5 x 11.25 in|
|Item Weight||0.5 lb||1.54 lbs||0.64 lb||1.05 lbs||1.54 lbs||4.4 lbs|
|Additional Features||foldable||The Sony MDR-7510 Professional Studio Headphones provide high-quality audio in a durable design, perfect for use in demanding professional applications such as studio and broadcast monitoring. The headphones feature 50mm drivers with PET diaphragms and neodymium magnets to deliver highly accurate sound with an extended frequency response that brings out the deepest bass and crisp treble. The headphones have a closed-back earcup design with thick around-ear cushions to block out environmental noi||DJ-Style||Noise-Isolating||—||DJ-Style|
Sony MDR7506 Professional Stereo Headphones are ideal for sound monitoring in recording studios, radio, film production, video, electronic news gathering - and virtually any application where high quality sound is required. The closed-ear design MDR-7506 is outrageously popular in pro and home recording studios. It features a rugged design, convenient folding construction, 40mm driver units, gold connectors and a professional-quality OFC (oxygen free copper) cord. Sony 7500 Series headphones offer a practical range of choices for everyone from the casual user to the studio pro. These include the MDR-7506 which is lauded by many professional studios and broadcasters. Features Rugged Design: Proven to be reliable in the toughest situations Folding Construction: Compactness in storage 40mm Driver Unit: For clear, high quality sound reproduction Closed-Ear Design: Comfort and reduction of external noise interference Stereo Unimatch Plug: 1/4 inch and 1/8 inch applications Gold Connectors and OFC Cord: Reliable and stable signal connection and transmission Supplied Soft Case: Protective storage AmericanMusical is an authorized dealer of Sony products.
The Sony MDR-7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone is a large diaphragm foldable headphone designed for professional studio and live/broadcast applications. These large diaphragm, foldable headphones feature a rugged construction, a secure, highly effective closed-ear design, and a 40 millimeter driver unit for clean, clear sound reproduction.
A neodymium magnet provides excellent power-handling, and 40-millimeter drivers deliver high-quality sound, with a wide frequency response of 10 Hz - 20 kHz.
Enjoy crystal-clear highs, present mids, and an extended low-end, for accurate monitoring.
Comfort and Isolation
The MDR-7506s feature a closed-ear design, which provides both comfort and outstanding reduction of external noises. Comfort is only enhanced by the generous headband padding.
A 9.8-foot coiled cord provides more than enough slack for working in a studio without removing the phones, whether you're the performer, the engineer, or both.
The included Stereo UniMatch plug allows use in both 1/4-inch and 1/8-inch applications, and a soft case for protective storage is included with the headphones--fold them up and stow them a way safely.
|Headphone Type:||Dynamic, closed|
|Driver Size:||40.0 mm|
|Frequency Response:||10Hz - 20 kHz|
|Power Handling Capacity:||1000mW|
|Plug Type:||Gold, Stereo Unimatch plug 1/4" and 1/8"|
|Cord Length:||9.8 feet|
What's in the Box
Sony MDR-7506 Headphones, 1/4-Inch Adapter, Soft Case
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Headphones I've tried include the following with my totally subjective sound rating on 10 point scale. YMMV.
Audio Technica ATH-M50X - highs a little subdued for my liking - 7
Beats Studio 2 Wireless - Subdued highs, some mid bass emphasis but not overpowering. 6
Bose QC25 - A little weak on bass and weak on highs, best ANC. 7
Bose QC35 - Can be a little bassy, especially at low volume. Bright highs. Best ANC. 9
JBL - EVEREST 700 - Way too bassy. 5.
JBL - Everest Elite 700 - Much better than non-Elite, 7
OPPO PM-3 - Excellent, expensive. 10
Sennheiser 202 - yuck. Too bassy, no highs, but cheap. 4
Sennheiser 280 - well balanced. 8
Sennheiser Momentum M2 - Close to perfection. 9.5
Sennheiser PXC-550 - wireless noise cancelling. These are excellent. 9
Sony - MDRXB950BT/B - Extra bass says it all. 4
Sony 7506 - Perfection 10
Out of all that I've tried the Sony 7506 are closest to perfection, to live performance. They are not bass heavy at all but can produce comfortable solid bass down to quite low frequencies. Tonal balance leans towards the upper mids and highs. Bright but not harsh. You end up hearing subtle sounds in the music that is missing with other headphones. Those who want more bass or don't want bright highs won't like these. But for my listening taste this matches perfectly.
They are also very comfortable. Many of the headphones listed above are not as comfortable. Either tight band or thin band or ear cups that aren't big or deep enough. These headphones are great. Biggest disadvantage vs. many that I've tried recently is that these are wired... with a long heavy cord easy to get caught on things. I was looking for a wireless headphone. But ultimately I couldn't find one at a reasonable price that sounded anywhere near as good as these. Next closest was the Sennheiser PXC-550, but at $400, wireless wasn't worth an extra $320. I also found that there were times I didn't want noise cancellation. Too bad Sony doesn't make a wireless headphone with anywhere near this sound.
Best of all, these are by far the cheapest of the decent sounding headphones I've listened to. The headphones in this list range in prices from $20 to $450.
Highly recommend the Sony 7506... if you like this sort of sound signature.
As far as sound is concerned? They are studio headphones! Remember this. That means that the songs will sound just like they are supposed to sound. This means that these cans do not amplify bass or treble. They way the song was recorded, that is the way they will sound. This can take some getting used too coming from other styles of headphones which are designed to amplify some aspect of sound (like bass or treb). Initially this may make you feel like the headphones sound too "low". However, once you get used to all of this you will come to enjoy hearing your music just the way it was recorded. Clean and clear. Heck, you may even notice new notes and sounds that you have never heard before. The only reason I am not giving these cans a perfect 5 is because I am not superbly blown away by them. But for the price and quality; they are definitely worth it.
The headphones come in a beautiful packaging. They com in a box with really nice gold trim on the inside and a carrying pouch as well.
Overall, I’d say the headphones are constructed very nicely. Real leather wrapped band, aluminum cups. The pads on the cups are made of a pleather like material and I ended up replacing them with some Beyerdynamic EDT250V pads. WONDERFUL set up!
Something I don’t like about the construction however, is the 3.5mm jack. It is VERY easy to bend. I’m talking crazy easy. It’s why both pairs of my headphones broke. They still play sound, but only out of one side. Another thing I don’t like is that the band can warp if you store them in a backpack or something. It is pretty much impossible to bend it back to it’s original shape as the second you put them back on, they feel weird.
The sound is pretty good. Good enough to do some vocal tracking and listen to music. I wouldn’t recommend mixing with these though as the sound isn’t really neutral. It’s slightly colored and accentuates the highs and dulls the lows. I have a pair of Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pros that I use for mixing and recording and I find them to be much more true to sound when it comes to instruments.
Overall, I think these headphones are a good buy for those looking to have a nice pair of headphones to listen to music with and record vocals with but I would not recommend mixing songs with them.
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