Summary: Used them everyday for commuting, very good at blocking ambient noise around you. Also very low sound leakage, everyone I've asked has been unable to hear any music I've been playing when sat next to me, very useful at work!
I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. Lacks some BASS but is great value for money.
William Baker, Amazon
13 May 2013
Summary: I've had these headphones since Christmas 2012 and am very impressed with them. They are comfortable, have little wear in problems (like joints squeaking or wires making noise when moving) and compete well with far more expensive headphones.
Summary: I thought long and hard about buying these headphones. I have a pretty good hi-fi set up with Linn CD player Naim pre-amp power amp and separate power supply driving Pro-ac speakers. This delivers a fantastic sound which is really easy to listen to.
Summary: The Sony MDR-ZX700 are a relatively low cost headphone, I paid about £60 for mine and I am very happy for the price. They are a small sized headphone overall so are good for portable use but still have large enough cups to be be an over-ear design.
Summary: Bad points first: No bass- i have read reviews about these headphones, and they say the bass is average. But the bass is really low. but i suppose it is meant to be 'studio headphones'. It strangles your neck when u put it on your neck. the headphones are not 'twisty'.
Summary: The good bits first:- These cans are comfortable and have a surprising ability to block out passive sound. The sound is not overly coloured but reasonably warm sounding. The mids are forward and the bass is not overly dominant as is common on headphones built for the portable market nowadays, I have...