The highs are rich, the lows are resonant and the midranges flow evenly.
Loud and clear.
Hold up against vigorous wear and tear as well as give a good dosage of noise isolation.
With a coiled, pro-style cable and lack of an inline remote/microphone.
By cnet on July 23, 2013
They've been around since 1991, but the Sony MDR-7506s are still great sounding -- and fitting -- headphones for less than $100.88
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The Sony MDR-7506 is an extremely sensitive, closed, isolating headphone that's great for travel and monitoring professional field recordings — especially DSLR video. The MDR-7506 has been the world's most popular...-
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The Sony MDR7506 is absolutely perfect for professional recording purposes. They’re even better for MP3s, CDs and DVDs. These headphones really enhance each and every note, voice vibration and reverberation. And to top it all off, they’re...100