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Sony MDR-7505

Studio headphonefrom the Sony MDR series

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fidjay's review

By fidjay, 27/03/2010
I have 3 of these headsets for 1 year and a half, used studio (booth) and I'm a little disappointed, the coating of foam ear by small end, so it's not cool once you have removed the small end black plastic around the ears. And the 3 I was two that were snapped in the joint. After it is true that their use has had intensive. Otherwise listen very correct for this range.

But with experience, I would resume an old pro DT77O, bigger, less easy to store, old school look, but super tough ...

bslide krex's review

By bslide krex, 14/10/2009
I use Sony headphones since I started the sound (2002) I was before this version to MDR V500.
The Sony headphones (usually) its very dynamic. The bass are very round, very clear and acute. (You might think it's good but ...)

I do not recommend it for long listening to the recording such as it is very tiring to the ears, TIMP, and even the scalp!

The best would probably use the composite electro, precisely because it dynamic, and pretty accurate on its analog

QUICK! a headphone to bat very very very .... VERY!! very acute, very serious, very strong. on the other hand, not too expensive. So a good qual / prx

FloydianBen's review

By FloydianBen, 19/02/2009
I invested in this headphone wanting a headset, and also a headphone for night play on my synth Yamaha S90. Purchase in December 2008.

As a whole the headset is beautiful, it covers both ears, comfort is nice for a while, but after a few hours, it relies a bit on the head.

First listen, lots of bass ... The ear gets used to the long, upper spectrum is nice. Plugged into my synth, there comes disappointment, the very present bass transform sound into a real yogurt. Impossible to work on the lower half of the keyboard and whatever sounds.

I think therefore change this headset shortly ... shame

itchounet's review

By itchounet, 16/11/2008
I use this headset for over 3 years.
I find it quite analytical but also very nice in a home listening. I like especially the treble and midrange treble that headphone which I find quite accurate, but especially her stereo that allows me to check my mixes in final phase ...
What I like least that is his ability to deceive us as part of a mix with headphones on percussion instruments (eg drum mixer). Entirely by mixing a track with this headphone we will quickly to get a good result has the listening, but only with this headphone ^ ^ (do not rely on the low frequency of these headphones as part of a mix, a return of the dynamics not always significant, and low enough hard mediums to analyze).
On the other hand the quality of plastic that connects the atria and the frame is not good, my headphone broke on both sides of the same way (after 2 years and 3 years of intensive use anyway, but At this price we would have liked Sony opts instead for a more imposing mechanical as 7509). I met several people who had experienced a similar problem, however mine is still in use since patched up home!
In conclusion I would say that, despite the inaccuracies that I have noted above, the value price of these headphones is great, there is still more affordable that a 7509 (it is not worse, just different), but beware this headphone is fragile!
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Sony MDR-7505 tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer:Sony
  • Model:MDR-7505
  • Series:MDR
  • Category:Studio headphones
  • Added in our database on: 01/11/2003

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