Summary: well i got mine just now, and from hearing with it some dif' styles, and dif' audio formats on my pc, i have to say that they are not the best thing u could get, but they r ok though, they are too light on the head, the ear units are very comfortable and big, from a small test iv done with my hands, they seem to be good for recording from the sealed acpect, they fold to a small size, and overall they are a nice, comffy, and sounding good, FOR A ONE DAY EXP' WITH THEM.
Summary: This review will be of Sony's MDR-V900HD headphones and two other headphones will be used as comparisons, the Sony MDR-V700 and the Sony MDR-SA1000. Looks, weight, comfort, and sound quality will be reviewed and compared with all three headsets. I have owned and enjoyed the MDR-V700 for about five years now without any problems and I have owned the MDR-V900HD and the MDR-SA1000 for a few weeks. The look of the V900HD is EXTREMLY nice to behold.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: I bought the MDR-V900HD to use with my portable devices because of its low impedance and high Sensitivity. I am able to hear more unique detail and atmosphere around each track than I've ever hear with my other headphones. My iPod 5G also has plenty of headroom left as I only have to turn the device to about 60% full volume to do most of my louder listening.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound, Sensitivity
Summary: I bought this product as a gift for my fiance, who also happens to be an experienced DJ, and he loves them to death. He says he sound quality is very crisp and clean. The only thing that could be changed is the cord connected to the headphones - it is very easy to get tangled up in it.
Summary: Amazing compared to cheap headphones. Notice how much my soundcard bites now and have to upgrade it! Durable, portable and comfortable. Brown leather? Good bang for buck. 3 Watts, wow! Real comparison would be with some Sennheisers or the like.
Summary: The sound is so crisp, clear and pure. I can hear the littlest detail that was hidden with prior headphones. The definition is so good it really does sound like a live performance in your head. The headphones are comfortable and well designed.
Summary: Sound: I use MDR-V900HD headphones for mixing and recording. I have done mixes using these MDR-V900HD's exclusively, and the mixes translated very well to other systems. Most will suggest not to mix exclusively on headphones, but I haven't encountered any problems doing so with this set. I've tested the mixes on my car stereo, home stereo, other headphones, and iPod earphones; they all translated almost perfectly. These headphones don't distort at high volume.
Summary: I found these headphones amazing. the sound quality and accuracy is astounding. there is full sounding bass and clear highs. I use the headphones for mixing and as well as for general listening. The only thing i dont like is the weight of the cable, but thats no big deal.