Sony MDR-7506
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Sony MDR-7506

MDR-7506, Studio headphone from Sony in the MDR series.

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Pete_shifter03/07/2005

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

Sony MDR-7506
Excellent headphone if used for what it is intended: control!
This is a headphone that analyzes the signal. If there is any glitch in your sound, you will jump to the ears.
I bought this headphone 30% cheaper than my Sennheiser premium to compensate for the shortcomings of the sibling who, unlike 7506, is a very soft even while its soft and that the blow is too vague. The bass is so "beneath" it is impossible to assess its quality.

I would one day hear a great mix made exclusively to the headphone. I doubt sincerely that we can do without a good pair of speakers to hope than quality "model home".
This choice I would do without hesitation. This headphone has become very convenient to carry: it is pliable and very robust (which is not the case with Sennheiser).
boule2neige03/06/2005

boule2neige's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony MDR-7506
I use it for two years. I have not tried many other models before actually having seen especially around the ears of many singers and singers pros (cline dion, obispo, Zazie, Johnny ...) recording in the studio, I thought he should not be so bad this headphone ...

I like the precision of the headphone, which is bad enough to mix, but for recording, including voice, it is a wonder! Not least because it must be in the top lgrement EXAGRES mdiums I think ... No repisse either ... In short, the pros have chosen, too ...
zeni02/10/2005

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

Sony MDR-7506
I just got it, just costs quickly, but already enjoyable surprise is the first headset of this quality and I buy nothing that compared to other headphones I've had, we feel a Difference that is not even a judge in short, the bass totally nailed me.
It encompasses many ears, I have not been able to try it for a long time, I find it very comfortable.
I think that report quality price level is a good investment, mdr 7509 is relatively more expensive all the same and for a better quality really do not know but with the budget that I I'm really happy with the cost.
I'm not disappointed to do with the time but eh expriences after the other, I am confident.
le_kornichon01/24/2005

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

Sony MDR-7506
I have tried this headphone that many of my friends possdent. I myself have an AKG K240m.

I found it beautiful trs, trs comfortable (although it wraps right around the ears but not too much as my AKG), with excellent sound trs Dfine well, but unfortunately the built-in mdium seemed EXAGRES but it just sounds unnatural. Stereo image of the rest seemed narrower than on my K240.

It is way be closed but no sound comes out of headphones (not repisse), it does not isolate or not the wearer of ambient noise.

That said, I can not guarantee that you will hear the same thing I have not heard enough to make me notice DEFINITIONS.
rockrooner07/29/2004

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

Sony MDR-7506
It's a headset that I use for two or three years.
I was at beginners recordings of voices and guitars, as well as the mix ... what a mistake!
For recording it well trs, tench enough to not hear the music in the background, at least to push the volume much like a patient sr ...
But for mixing, you have to forget (except for rglage pan) is not sufficient for a Fidler! some are a little too frquences EXAGRES.
This is a purchase that I would do today I think not, I would buy a more upscale MODEL m'viterait that having too much use monitoring speakers (question neighborhood!). That said in his range level I think it is excellent in terms of the competition!
barbar04/30/2004

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

Sony MDR-7506
Trs trs good headphone, I use it for 6 months.
A little high in the mid agrssif, but rvlateur of default.
Super robust than either costs or setting (an investment for years ....)
I have 6 for monitoring and nobody complained.
I will do it again without hsiter choice.
GuillaumeF01/13/2004

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

Sony MDR-7506
I use it for about a year for the recording and monitoring.

I do not like the cord, which I find a bit too short. The bass response is a trs suprieur the Ralite and mdiums creuss are like a slice of the First World War. Short a typical sound for stereo trs but not suited for monitoring.

I love everything about the same precision (ca does not bleed too much) and that it does not tire too wear.

For the price the quality is decent. I do not have that choice would do.
Rivera9907/29/2003

Rivera99's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Sony MDR-7506
Hello all!
The 7506 is a good monitoring headphones and it stops l!
I use it for about a year and a half until I found super l. Subsequently I needed the real headphone completely closed envelope to the sound, so I buy the big brother the 7509. You find that there too much bass in 7506 and there are even more in 7509 except that there is not unbearable and infra low fatigue. The acute mdiums and are much more natural with the 7509 report and is softer. We can limit it to a mix. The 7506 provides a showcase for the voices (mostly women) which is great for monitoring! The male voices sound stiff as it lacks some low frequency (60-80Hz). Other experiments ... In the studio, I made sounds made on sound (4:00) and finally take off 7506: the Ralite only "sounds" the same. There is a kind of lack or too much of something ... (Mediums) The experiment was repeated with the 7509 the next day and not fall, I never quit the earth!
In conclusion:
To the extent you want to do the monitoring, the 7506 is a great headphone not to keep the ears too long: 1 hour max (fatigue). His lack of Ralite in the low forbids the taking of the kick drum and bass and a lot of acoustic instruments (strings and piano). Its price is its main advantage for this type of range is not found the same quality. The 7509, it is much more expensive but much better and its use is much wider (simple cost of living, sound system, monitoring, mastering).
guig07/26/2003

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Sony MDR-7506
It is a good trs headphone is a bit too low in gnreux.
It is foldable, solid, has a real sound (I listen to a headphone amp tubes).
The cable may sound boring, but it is a sign of strong and if you pull on the cable without expr,
No one 'hard no. Well, we can make the jack in the mouth!

SUPER PRODUCT!
VasFaireDuSonZozo06/16/2003

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Sony MDR-7506
I use it for a year
Most Super sound, solid as a rock.
Cons: Severe fatigue is indeed a little extended use. The twist in the cable nervous!