Excerpt: The Sony MDR-7510 is an excellent replacement for my MDR-V600 headphones, which shorted out on me. I have never been disappointed in any product purchased at B&H. Like the products they sell, the quality of attention to customer care is also excellent.
Pros: Clear Sound, Compact, Easy To Use, Lightweight
Excerpt: I'm a voice talent and audio editor, and as such, must have a set of headphones that are reliable, comfortable and reasonably priced. I've known of B&H since the mid '80's, as once of my closest friends has been buying product since the days of VHS tape.
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.
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.
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...
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.
Summary: Although I am slightly baffled with Sony here I just love these headphones none the less - especially for comfort. I have the Sony MDR-7506, Audio technica M50 & Sennheiser hd 280's and I think these are about the best overall.