Sony MDR-V700DJ

Sony MDR-V700DJ

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MDR-V700DJ, DJ headphone from Sony in the MDR series.

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Sony MDR-V700DJ tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: MDR-V700DJ
  • Series: MDR
  • Category: DJ headphones
  • Added in our database on: 11/02/2002

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Sony MDR-V700DJ user reviews

Average Score:4.1( 4.1/5 based on 34 reviews )
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ericthegreat's review"great for dj's"

Sony MDR-V700DJ
The Sony MDR-XD100's are a set of solid studio headphones, perfect for when you need a few extra pairs around your studio but don't feel the need to spend too much money on them. This is pretty much the cheapest set of Sony headphones you'll find, and honestly they aren't all that bad. Of course they feel extremely cheap and aren't the most comfortable headphones, but the sound quality isn't half bad. I don't know much about the technical aspects of these headphones like materials used or frequency response, but that information should be readily available from Sony if you need it. I don't own a pair of these headphones, but a producer that I work with has a pair of these at his home studio as an extra set to have around. Since we're working in a smaller environment, sometimes it's necessary to monitor with headphones, so I was listening with these during a few takes on a recent session. Again, they aren't going to be very comfortable, although I wouldn't say that they're notoriously uncomfortable, they just don't stay put very well upon your head and the adjustable band on top is pretty cheap feeling. While the sound isn't great, it's definitely adequate for monitoring during playback or recording. As always, I wouldn't recommending mixing on headphones, and definitely, definitely no not mix with these! They're fine for DJ use as well, but don't rely too much on them to give you the most accurate sonic depiction. Overall, the best part of the Sony MDR-XD100 is definitely the price as they're some of the cheapest studio style headphones that you're going to find and in the end they do have the Sony stamp on them. Don't get your hopes too high for them, but check them out if you want some decent dirt cheap studio phones for sure.

moosers's review

Sony MDR-V700DJ
The Sony MDR-V700DJ's are a set of headphones that are designed and marketed as headphones for DJ's, but they're definitely suitable for a variety of purposes. I've used the MDR-V700DJ's for checking and monitoring tracks during tracking and mixing. We've got a pair of these at the studio where I'm working, and while they aren't regarded as the best headphones around those parts, they're definitely fine for monitoring during recording and for listening back on. They're pretty comfortable headphones, and you can definitely tell that they're designed so that you can easily remove one ear if you want to, as they're flexible in this way. I've certainly worn more comfortable headphones, but these do just fine for sparse use. The overall sound of the Sony MDR-V700DJ is realistic for a set of headphones for sure, but doesn't boast a crazy amount of low end as you'd imagine that a set of DJ headphones should. They're not going to be okay to mix on or anything like that, but then again I probably wouldn't recommend mixing on too many different pairs of headphones. I'd say that they're fine for A/Bing mixes, but there are definitely better suited headphones out there for this application as well. I don't know if these would be my first choice for general recording studio headphones, as Sony themselves has better suited headphones within the same price range, but I also can't say that I'd argue with anyone who liked these better for this purpose either. It's really all about taste and individual comfort with headphones like these, as these in particular are definitely more than adequate for all studio applications other than mixing. If you unsure about a set of headphones to go with, I'd encourage you to check out a few of the other Sony products out there in the MDR line of headphones, as there are headphones out there for all purposes and to fit all budgets...

bENORMUS's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony MDR-V700DJ
Because of its fragility (is that the plastoc) and low extent of use this headset is not worth more than € 150 we read. This is the general max 70 euros.
I took this headphone for a closed headphone for recordings and listen to music like hip-hop and dance floor but certainly not for monitoring or mixing.

Price / quality ratio:
zero if Bought 150 euros
good if purchased 50 euros

I repeat that choice right from the conditions fixed in advance.

PS: given its fragility I think it's a bad idea to fold it constantly (although it is planned for). Opt for a small carry bag that does not require bending if you want to carry your DJ sessions and make it last a little.

VCD973's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Very good headset ^ ^"

Sony MDR-V700DJ
A great headphone at a reasonable price. I strongly advice you can not be disappointed with this quality.

Use at home, for me it is perfect! I do not find it tiring rather nice free must be comfort. The arch is good and yours well head.

Robustness and efficiency! No sound or aesthetic degradation.

The sound is very good, the perfect medium and low I love it! This headphone is very well balanced and allows you to listen all types of music a real pleasure.

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