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,...
Summary: I love the sound quality, as a radio personality it is a must that I can hear myself with total clarity. However they need strengthen the cord, and make the ear pieces stronger. I find myself buying a new pair every year because the cord wears out or the ear piece breaks.
Summary: Initially I bought these headphones for home recording music on my PC. I found the phones a little on the heavy side and pinched my wide head, but after they broke in a little the ergonomics were fine. For recording music, these phones tended to color the music a little towards the bottom end.
Summary: I do like the sound of them. I couldn't stand to have them on for too long of a time. They are very heavy and slip around a lot. the cups are made of a kind of leather that is slippery, and the weight of them doesn't help matters. They are very comfortable and have a quality feel though.
Summary: I've had Sony MDR-V6s for about 12 years, and I was looking for an upgrade. The Sony MDR-V900HD seemed to fit the bill, and I wanted to love these.
In many ways, I was not disappointed. Good comfort, isolation. The clarity of the mids and highs is exceptional.
Summary: Got these, as usual, after reviewing good old eHam reviews - of course! I found these on the web - they were offered as refurbished for $49 - a really good deal. They were factory refurbed - came in the original box, warranty card, everything just like new.
Summary: What's Good ? Whats Bad ? Or Best Summed up as WHAT WENT WRONG!? Simply put ... put your ear right next to your loudspeaker, a good one hopefully, turn it up mildly, and listen ... this is what the SONY V900s' sound like.
Summary: First, let me say that I am not an "audiophile". I've never used a headphone amp and I don't know exactly what to look for in an expensive set of headphones, but I do know what does and does not sound good to me.
Summary: I will first preface by saying that this is the first pair of quality headphones I have purchased above the under $50 variety, but I have used and listened to other high end units. These headphones are in my opinion an incredible bargain in their price range.