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Sony MDR-7506

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Overall 8

Expert Review

7 November 2013
  • Summary: Once more unto the budget bin, dear hobbyists—these Sonys are worth it.
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Sony MDR 7506 Headphones

1 January 2013
  • Excerpt: I purchased these Sony headphones semi-new for only $50 at the time from a friend of mine. They can be found currently around $99 or less.
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Overall 9

$100-headphone review: What does a Benjamin get you?

1 January 2013
  • Excerpt: (6 items) Every type of electronic gadget has pricey, top-of-the-line models that provide phenomenal performance. But most of us have a gadget-shopping sweet spot: We look for the products that make us happy enough that spending more would be a waste. Though many audio fans tout pricey audiophile headphones that cost hundreds of dollars (or more!), the sweet spot for full-size cans has, over the past decade, gotten less and less expensive.
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Overall 8

Sony MDR-7506 headphones: Best full-size model under $100?

22 August 2012
  • Summary: They've been around since 1991, but the Sony MDR-7506s are still great sounding -- and fitting -- headphones for less than $100.
  • Pros: Sony's MDR-7506 closed-back, full-size headphones click with all music genres and are comfortable to wear for hours at a time. They sound excellent for their relatively modest price point.
  • Cons: With a coiled, pro-style cable and lack of an inline remote/microphone, some will find the 7506s less mobile-friendly than more modern headphones.
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Sony MDR-7506 Review

Ken Rockwell
28 March 2012
  • Summary: For monitoring DSLR and other field audio, the pros have made the Sony MDR-7506 the world's best-selling pro headphone. If you need to hear what you're doing while out in the field, these are the best combination of price, performance, utility and durability — especially if you're a TV station and handing these out to all your crew.
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Expert Review

Mobile Review
14 December 2010
  • Summary: В Америке наушники стоят 130 долларов (плюс налог), которые в российских условиях превращаются в 6, 7, а то и в 8 тысяч рублей. На eBay можно купить и китайские подделки за полсотни долларов, и как знать, может быть, найдутся модели, которые можно использовать «на запчасти».
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