Excerpt: I'm a long time user of Sony MDR-7506 for live recording of classical music, and purchased a pair of MDR-7510 headphones as a step up in comfort and fidelity. At first I was disappointed in the lack of transparency and detail compaired to the older 7506 phones. The sound was best described as "boxy". Details were lacking in tutti string and choral passages. That has changed dramatically.
Excerpt: Excellent clarity and power, these things sound phenomenal. I'm listening to old albums that I've heard a thousand times and noticing things for the first time, like they were remastered. I have a decent pair of Audio Technicas that don't even come close, I'm officially a Sony headphone fan. Super comfy and they block out the vast majority of ambient sound, highly recommend them !
Pros: Crystal Clear Sound, Very Comfortable Fit, Well Made
Excerpt: I really enjoy these headphones for home music listening enjoyment.The sound is very immediate and powerful,but the music perspective still manages to stay out of your head.Mid-range is very rich and present,the highs are clear but not glaring.I prefer to tame the bass a bit,otherwise it is excellent.The overall build of these headphones are rather compact and streamlined.Seem to be made to last awhile,unlike the now deleted 7509,which I formerly owned.Isolation is very...
Excerpt: I purchased the MDR-7510 headphones last month and am still in the process of breaking them in. I listen to everything from Bach to Zappa and find these headphones to be excellent. I'm not quite sure if they sound any better than the older (discontinued) MDR-V6 Studio Monitors that I have used for the past 25+ years. Either way, the bass is not overpowering. Mids and highs are very good also. They are comfortable to wear over long periods.
Pros: Easy To Use, Excellent Sound, Low Distortion, Powerful, Versatile
Excerpt: Because of construction at where I work, I am being moved to an new office that I will have to share with 3 other people in a public area of our building. Being the video editor on staff, this meant that I could not use my speakers whenever I am editing. After reading about many types of headphones, I decided these were the best options.
Excerpt: I'm a video editor that works in pro tools a lot to do VO, sound design and audio mixing for my videos. I was using the bests by dre headphones at first, but no ideal for hearing the most accurate sounds .. These headphones are clear and u can hear the dynamic ranges in frequencys. It does not boost the lows, mids, or highs. It simply outputs what you really have. Would recommend for anyone who does professional work or seeks to.
Excerpt: Hello, I just bought a Sony MDR 7510 and the truth I did not like one bit the sound, I have a Sony MDR 7506 and remains the best Sony headset, it sounds clearer, more natural, more beautiful treble, etc. ... I really do not recommend it, those who thought change its 7506 or bother to take my example and I've lost [$], by luck I could sell and get my invercion a suggestion I have them lay it on a Sony MDR 7506 Deluxe Pearstone earpads and remember me.