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Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories

Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories

Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone with Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
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  • This bundle includes:
  • Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone
  • Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
  • Connectivity technology : Wired

Description

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.


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ASIN B07CNQB6KC


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 7,849 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,535 in Over-Ear Headphones


Date first listed on Amazon April 26, 2018


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Features

  • This bundle includes:
  • Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone
  • Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
  • Connectivity technology : Wired

Description

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.


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ASIN B07CNQB6KC


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 7,849 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,535 in Over-Ear Headphones


Date first listed on Amazon April 26, 2018


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Features

  • This bundle includes:
  • Sony MDR7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphone
  • Gator Cases G-Club Series G-CLUB-HEADPHONE Carry Case for DJ Style Headphones/Accessories
  • Connectivity technology : Wired

Description

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.


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ASIN B07CNQB6KC


Customer Reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars 7,849 ratings 4.7 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #1,535 in Over-Ear Headphones


Date first listed on Amazon April 26, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews I've tried a ton of headphones lately and these sound by far the best to me. I like generally flat sound. I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs and want present but not overpowering bass and low bass. 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 $450. Highly recommend the Sony 7506... if you like this sort of sound signature.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Listened to a bunch of headphones, this are closest to perfection. Not bassy. Excellent mids and highs, solid lows.;;Critic at large;;/gp/customer-reviews/R37YSFOBHJWHCP/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07CNQB6KC;;;I'm rating these five stars, but they do have one pretty big negative. They are excellent, studio quality headphones. If you plan to wear them out and about though (like the NYC commuter I am) they effectively also serve as earmuffs. That's all well and good in winter, but on the June day I wore them out, I was sweating out the top of my head and down my neck. Amazing sound quality, but not great for being out in the heat. In their defense, these headphones never made that claim. They never made any claims at all, as they are an inanimate object without speech capability. They do have the capability to deliver superb sound quality though, which is mostly what you want in a pair of headphones.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;High Quality Headphones;;Zach Levin;;/gp/customer-reviews/R38FIUBTXPYINM/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07CNQB6KC;;;Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane, it compacts upwards, and comes with a little bag to store it in. - Long cord. I don't like wireless and the cord extends out for long distances which is useful. - Adjustable. Can be adjusted. Cons - Uncomfortable. I literally had to make these max size to take pressure off of my head, and I have a small head. - Sound doesn't reflect the price. There are much better headphones in the 100$ max price range compared to these guys. - Gets warm on ears pretty quickly. Personally, I wanted to return them, but I was traveling for longer than a month and surpassed the time to return them. I'd recommend looking elsewhere.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2017;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane;;Kearsarge;;/gp/customer-reviews/R31W30J93C0MSV/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07CNQB6KC;;;As an audio producer, especially in the radio and music industries, these have been my go-to headphones for years. They sound fantastic yet natural and their ear-pads assure virtually no sound monitor leakage at loud volumes. Under rugged pro use, a pair of 7506s last a decade or so unless you yank the cord out or step on them. One caveat, however - an issue which Sony has never rectified - is that these headphones will painfully pinch the web between your thumb and forefinger while placing them on your head due to a surprisingly sharp articulation in the joint that holds the earpieces to the headband. A simple fix is to wrap black electrical tape around the articulation, which really isn't needed to optimally adjust their fit - the articulation has no purpose other than to make them "collapsable." Walk into any major market radio station that supplies them to its jocks & producers and you'll probably notice that the chief engineer has already taped the joint open. For my taste in pro audio, though, the sound and durability of these headphones far, far outweighs the pinch potential, and, for the bucks, you can't get a better pro headphone.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Well Worth the Pinched Thumb Web!;;Archer;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2EVNE6CIH5N03/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B07CNQB6KC

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Critic at large - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2016
Listened to a bunch of headphones, this are closest to perfection. Not bassy. Excellent mids and highs, solid lows.
I've tried a ton of headphones lately and these sound by far the best to me. I like generally flat sound. I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs and want present but not overpowering bass and low bass. 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.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach Levin - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2017
High Quality Headphones
I'm rating these five stars, but they do have one pretty big negative. They are excellent, studio quality headphones. If you plan to wear them out and about though (like the NYC commuter I am) they effectively also serve as earmuffs. That's all well and good in winter, but on the June day I wore them out, I was sweating out the top of my head and down my neck. Amazing sound quality, but not great for being out in the heat. In their defense, these headphones never made that claim. They never made any claims at all, as they are an inanimate object without speech capability. They do have the capability to deliver superb sound quality though, which is mostly what you want in a pair of headphones.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kearsarge - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2017
Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane
Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane, it compacts upwards, and comes with a little bag to store it in. - Long cord. I don't like wireless and the cord extends out for long distances which is useful. - Adjustable. Can be adjusted. Cons - Uncomfortable. I literally had to make these max size to take pressure off of my head, and I have a small head. - Sound doesn't reflect the price. There are much better headphones in the 100$ max price range compared to these guys. - Gets warm on ears pretty quickly. Personally, I wanted to return them, but I was traveling for longer than a month and surpassed the time to return them. I'd recommend looking elsewhere.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Archer - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Well Worth the Pinched Thumb Web!
As an audio producer, especially in the radio and music industries, these have been my go-to headphones for years. They sound fantastic yet natural and their ear-pads assure virtually no sound monitor leakage at loud volumes. Under rugged pro use, a pair of 7506s last a decade or so unless you yank the cord out or step on them. One caveat, however - an issue which Sony has never rectified - is that these headphones will painfully pinch the web between your thumb and forefinger while placing them on your head due to a surprisingly sharp articulation in the joint that holds the earpieces to the headband. A simple fix is to wrap black electrical tape around the articulation, which really isn't needed to optimally adjust their fit - the articulation has no purpose other than to make them "collapsable." Walk into any major market radio station that supplies them to its jocks & producers and you'll probably notice that the chief engineer has already taped the joint open. For my taste in pro audio, though, the sound and durability of these headphones far, far outweighs the pinch potential, and, for the bucks, you can't get a better pro headphone.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Critic at large - Reviewed in the United States on August 17, 2016
Listened to a bunch of headphones, this are closest to perfection. Not bassy. Excellent mids and highs, solid lows.
I've tried a ton of headphones lately and these sound by far the best to me. I like generally flat sound. I'm more concerned with clear mids and highs and want present but not overpowering bass and low bass. 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.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach Levin - Reviewed in the United States on June 29, 2017
High Quality Headphones
I'm rating these five stars, but they do have one pretty big negative. They are excellent, studio quality headphones. If you plan to wear them out and about though (like the NYC commuter I am) they effectively also serve as earmuffs. That's all well and good in winter, but on the June day I wore them out, I was sweating out the top of my head and down my neck. Amazing sound quality, but not great for being out in the heat. In their defense, these headphones never made that claim. They never made any claims at all, as they are an inanimate object without speech capability. They do have the capability to deliver superb sound quality though, which is mostly what you want in a pair of headphones.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Kearsarge - Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2017
Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane
Pros - Decent sound - Easily compacted. Great for traveling on the airplane, it compacts upwards, and comes with a little bag to store it in. - Long cord. I don't like wireless and the cord extends out for long distances which is useful. - Adjustable. Can be adjusted. Cons - Uncomfortable. I literally had to make these max size to take pressure off of my head, and I have a small head. - Sound doesn't reflect the price. There are much better headphones in the 100$ max price range compared to these guys. - Gets warm on ears pretty quickly. Personally, I wanted to return them, but I was traveling for longer than a month and surpassed the time to return them. I'd recommend looking elsewhere.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Archer - Reviewed in the United States on December 19, 2018
Well Worth the Pinched Thumb Web!
As an audio producer, especially in the radio and music industries, these have been my go-to headphones for years. They sound fantastic yet natural and their ear-pads assure virtually no sound monitor leakage at loud volumes. Under rugged pro use, a pair of 7506s last a decade or so unless you yank the cord out or step on them. One caveat, however - an issue which Sony has never rectified - is that these headphones will painfully pinch the web between your thumb and forefinger while placing them on your head due to a surprisingly sharp articulation in the joint that holds the earpieces to the headband. A simple fix is to wrap black electrical tape around the articulation, which really isn't needed to optimally adjust their fit - the articulation has no purpose other than to make them "collapsable." Walk into any major market radio station that supplies them to its jocks & producers and you'll probably notice that the chief engineer has already taped the joint open. For my taste in pro audio, though, the sound and durability of these headphones far, far outweighs the pinch potential, and, for the bucks, you can't get a better pro headphone.