Summary: this is my 2nd set of MDR-V6 in 23 years. as a professional DJ and producer, these have always been my go to for playing out as well as listing to music when using high end event monitors is not an option. the 1st pair had club / event use from '93-'99 in loud environments.
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.
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 bu...
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.
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..