Summary: As an audio engineer, I've used these phones for many years. Every sound engineer I know prefers them for their comfort and accuracy. Replacement cushions are available at B&H Photo, among other places. The cloth after-market cushions are nice, but so are the original. The MDR-7506 phones are similar, but less accurate than the MDR-V6.
Excerpt: I had seen a large headphones used by my favorite singer. In her, the design is Hello Kitty and it is color red. I like something like that. I want big headphones were the bass I playing in full blast and the only thing I will hear is the …
Pros: If you're looking for very high quality and super detailed sound, these may be for you. Sounds from either end of the equalizer come as intended by the artist: treble is crisp and clear while bass is powerful and solid. Bass-heavy music is especially satisfying to listen to. The headphones are built exceptionally well. I expect the entire thing to last for a very long time. The pads are very comfortable and I can wear the headphones for hours on end. The cable is a ta...
Summary: These headphones are such a good buy. There really isn't anything wrong with them. And the sound quality is really good, they simply beat all other headphones that are in the $200 range, even though these cost only $100. Just buy these. And whatever you do, never, ever buy beats. These headphones are better in every way and half the price.
Pros: -Mind blowing sound quality, -balanced, -comfy, -good carrying case, -durable, -folds, -compact, -eargasmic sound quality, -did I mention that It has good sound quality
Summary: I bought my MDR-V6 over 12+ years ago and they continue to shine. I own a pair of Bose OE2 and they are still a cut below. These are studio quality with a no-nonsense built. They last forever and if the pads start to wear just look on Ebay.
Pros: Durable, timeless, can find replacement pads cheap on Ebay and Amazon
Cons: They don't break...last forever...bad for BOSE, BEATS, etc..