Summary: Comfortable, nice looking, but other than that, very sub par for a sony product. As a Dj, Producer, and just a music lover, that listens to many genres, i found these CLEAR yes, but lacking Bottom end completely, you have some bass frequency response, but definately not to the level they state @ 5hz, its more around 50 (had a quick play in my D.A.W) so if your right in to your drum n bass, dubstep, hard techno, these are pretty much rubbish, but even with the more...
Summary: So I have a pair of sony earbuds. The silicon ones that are very comfortable, and sound amazing! I wanted some over the ear ones for home. I am a programmer and listen to music constantly. First off, the headphones grip your head way too tight! After that, sound clarity really sucks. The range on these are not impressive. There is no feel for bass, and they're heavy. Guy i work with got the Sony MDR-v6 and they are awesome. I am taking these back to get those.
Summary: People should know that the cord does not attach, it is firmly stuck in the left earpiece, Sony's got their *&$%ing copy wrong and I bought a product on mis-advertised terms. Grr. Otherwise phones are great.
Summary: These have been my main headphones for years. I've used them for DJing, listening to music, video chatting, phone calls, everything.
The sound quality is OK.
The problem is they are _extremely_ uncomfortable. After maybe 20 minutes of work, your ears and the top of your head will hurt. You have to keep shifting them around to make them more comfortable.
The top band is heavy and hard.
The construction on these isn't amazing either. They are pretty creaky.
Summary: I'm not a DJ, but I DO LOVE music! These headphones make everything sound better! Sounds that I've never heard in songs are apparent with these! They are extremely comfortable, and that says a lot because I have a small head and it's been difficult to find headphones that I like. Highly recommended!
Summary: I bought these headphones for there great specs which they live up to. I listen primarily to classical music, but these are good for Rock and Pop as well. The bass is big, deep, and roomy. Your amplifier doesn't need much power to drive these and you can drive them to deafening loudness levels with no distortion. Even with the remarkable bass there is excellent imaging in the midrange and treble. The bass doesn't overpower the rest of the frequency range.
Summary: Forget what you have read, these are the best dj headphones in the market (I should know, i'm a dj). i've had the same pair for two years straight. i'm guessing that the people who say they're flimsy doesn't take care of them. now for the review: they are very comfortable, they're loud (just the way i like it) because of their design, you don't hear the ambient noise at all (love that). if you're a dj, the single cup function is great.
Summary: (excuse my english, it's not my native language)
The headphones feel kinda cheap. Pretty much everything on them is made of plastic, and if you move them around too much they tend to make a squeaking noise. No part of them has cracked or broke after more than 3 years of use, but I heard that tends to happen.
Pros: durability, easy to drive, extremely loud, good isolation, powerful bass, shallow ear pads
Cons: everything is plastic, pleather on ear pads tore off, overwhelming bass
This isn't going to be my usual sort of review because just the existence of a write-up for the V700 on my usual scale is somewhat tongue-in-cheek, given the reputation these have. However, I did own not one but two pairs of them before I discovered proper hi-fi, and you could say that I technically still have two pairs of them. We'll get to that in a moment, but as a general statement the V700DJ isn't counted among the great triumphs of hi-fi.
Pros: Non-fatiguing, stylish (if you like the look), comfortable headband
Summary: I have had these headphones for around two years but they decided to break a few months back. I read online how unreliable they were at the time but still decided to give them a try. They are extremely bass orientated which is perfect if you listen to a huge amount of electronic music like myself, They are loud, the highs are ok but the mids are shockingly poor. They are just over 20ohm if i remember rightly, they are easy to drive.
Pros: Bass, Easy to drive..
Cons: Really uncomfortable, build quality is so bad..