Excerpt: For comparison I used my Sony MDR-7506 which I use for studio recording and my Turtle Beach XO Seven gaming headphones. The 7520 are awesome. They retain the great sound quality of my 7506 but are louder with more bass but not a booming, artificial bass.
Excerpt: The Sony MDR-7250 headphones have quickly become my favorite headphones. Excellent sound replication, no colorful additions to boost bass. Just crystal clear audio. Way better for editing than my previous set of Beats Professional Studio headphones
Excerpt: I think the audio quality is great more on the brighter end side but i feel the headphones are a little too heavy for my likings and i cant see myself wearing these headphones for numerous hours unless im trying to build strength on my neck but overall its a good headphone i went ahead and exchange...
Excerpt: Man these headphones are incredible. I will forward my review with the fact that I am a professional audio engineer and music producer who spends a considerable amount of time recording live concerts and producing in tight spaces.
Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: First my set up. I have a Mac Mini (2012) with the MDR-7520's connected to a Roland Quad Capture. I use a Shure SM7B and record vocals at 24 bit 192 khz using Sony Sound Forge Pro for Mac (Version 2.0).
Pros: Clear Sound, Durable, Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile
Excerpt: Due to their high efficiency, power handling and attainable SPL, they don't pass the European safety regulations, and are thus not available for sale over here. Slightly miffed by such well-meaning, yet rather nanny-ish, policies I decided to import a pair myself.
Excerpt: All I can say is wow. I've been using the Sony 7509 for a few years for recording/monitoring/mixdowns and this is such an upgrade, it's amazing to hear stuff I haven't been hearing! Beautiful sound throughout the spectrum, highs, lows, mids, and great clarity.