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MDR Z-700 dj, DJ headphone from Sony in the MDR series.


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Sony MDR Z-700 dj tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: MDR Z-700 dj
  • Series: MDR
  • Category: DJ headphones
  • Added in our database on: 07/24/2006

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Sony MDR Z-700 dj user reviews

Average Score:3.6( 3.6/5 based on 7 reviews )
 3 reviews43 %
 2 reviews29 %
 2 reviews29 %
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songboy01/17/2010

songboy's review

Sony MDR Z-700 dj
What I like most about these headphones is the way they fold up.  They are ideal for DJing or just running samples because you can do the "put them on your shoulder" thing quite easily.  What I mean by that in case you don't know is the ear pieces can rotate 180 degrees so you can "stack" them and stick them on your shoulder  (kinda like you can do with a cell phone) and work hands free, although you neck will hurt if you stay in that position too long.  The other thing i should mention is that the sound quality and bass response is pretty darn good.  They are not the best cans I own (I have a pair of AKG MKII's that are out of this world) but they are the best pair I use for live settings.  They also seem pretty sturdy and because the ear pieces swivel, I can safely fit them into my laptop case (great for on the go).  What I don't like about these headphone is the earpieces are not deep enough for my ears.  For the record, I do not have huge ears and they do not stick out from my head in any abnormal way.  After about a 1/2 of continuous use, my ears start to feel soar.  That is really the only problem I have with these headphones.  I got these for about $100.  I have to say that for the sound quality and the durability, I feel its a good deal.  The response from these headphones is very good.  They can easily be used as studio headphones, but they are meant for the stage.  I have used many headphones in my day, including other Sony pairs and this set holds it own quite well.  I will say again, if you are just looking for Studio headphones, fork over the extra cash and get a pair of AKG MKII's, they are absolutely amazing, especially for mixing. 
Yes, I DJ occasionally but its not my passion at all.  I am a Multi instrumentalist who plays a variety of styles of music and I use these headphones often, especially when I bring my laptop and run ableton 8.  Yes, I would buy these again if I didn't own them already.
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urbanik03/23/2006

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

Sony MDR Z-700 dj
SONY DJ HEADPHONES MDRZ700 nine value store

Japanese version of the V
SONY LISTED ON THE FRAME AND THE headphone HEADSETS

Connection jack / mini jack screw!!

same technical characteristics as the V (tested and approved by sony.co.jp)

more rested .!!!!!!

Objects in France reduced delivery costs!! And sending the parcels recommended collissimo with confidence and no follow-up

Supplied with carry case

characteristics:

type: dynamic, closed

Plays: diam. 50mm dome type

Impedance: 24 ohms at 1kHz

frequency range :5-30 .000 Hz

Weight: Grams env.300

Here is the link to Sony in Japan to prove that it is not a counterfeit! http://www.ecat.sony.co.jp/headphone/product.cfm?PD=826&KM=MDR-Z700DJ.

PLEASE READ COMPLETELY !!!!!!!

Z is a model and not V! !!!!!!!!!

I purchased a V and have compared the technical and aesthetic is the same!!
except the color of the case is black leatherette

A lot of noise on this model but there is not as counterfeiting because it is important to remember that 95% of manufactured products derived from Asia (China, Malaysia, Japan ....)
I SIAS on ebay can be found at very low prices
I bought different models
the cheapest being a Z but also eco version> I explain there is the equivalent to V Z
and there is the eco version free Sony Z marked on the bow but still plays on
the price difference is explained by the aesthetic finish (no logo on the headband, jack connections per click and not screw and tapping the pad is less dense but in terms of listening I can not find it difference is alarming
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Poupoustyle08/22/2006

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

Sony MDR Z-700 dj
FRANKLY VERY GOOD headphone MM IS NOT A C V
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03/27/2007

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

Sony MDR Z-700 dj
Very good headphones to level of listening and the rest cest tou really perfect copy of the MDR-V700
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