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|Maximum Input Power||2000mW|
|Connectors||Gold-Plated 3.5mm Stereo Mini Plug with 1/4" Adapter|
|Frequency Range||5Hz - 40kHz|
|Cable Length||9.8' (2.97 m)|
|Weight||9.2 oz (261g)|
|Package Weight||1.95 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||11.4 x 7.9 x 4.5"|
The Sony Studio Monitor Reference Headphone has been an affordable, music-industry and musician standard for many years. This newer model improves on the frequency response and sound balance of the previous 7506 model around for years.
I´m professional live and studio engineer and i bought these one to try out if these could replace my trusty MDR-7506:s that are coming to the end of their lifespan.
- Good and sturdy design. Quite comfortable for closed design. Proper sound image, punchy bass. Nice detailed sound. Good damping.
- Hyped bass, lack of detail in upper mids and a bit muddy overall sound.
These headphones are definitely amazing! they are not intended for listening to music at home though, they are intended for professional audio recording, they insulate the exterior noise really well, and they have an exceptional signal that will allow you to detect any small sound problem you may...
I've had Sennheiser and Sony headphones and high-end audio gear for years; headphones include the low-mid-level HD598s and MDR-7506s. These 7510s sound something like the 598s in that both focus on midrange, somewhat to the detriment of high and low frequencies.
Owned multiple pairs of 7506s. Loved them but too bright on the high end. 7510s have a great flat response needed for the mixing environment
I've owned 7506s for many years and have always had problems with the high high range on them. My mixes would always sound dull on other systems due to the 7506s brightness. The 7510s are definitely an upgrade.
These headphones are great for the price point, and I certainly prefer them to the Sony MDR-7506 (I think these are sturdier, fit better, and sound better), but at the end of the day these aren't designed to flatter what you're listening to.
Love the flexible coiled cord, good screw type phono plug adpt, Nice felt carry bag. Best of all is the sound. I think it has a balanced non fatiguing sound for extended listening. Instruments have good detail without sounding too harsh from a personal computer port.
I bought these for monitoring sound/music for video editing, and it's important to get natural/neutral sound. These headphones produce exactly what I was looking for. It has a good balance between bass, mid, and treble and not unnaturally boomy, like typical headphones available for music.
These are excellent headphones offering a well balanced frequency response with plenty of detail and are very comfortable and light. They are, primarily, studio headphones but they sound great for general music listening as well. It's hard to see how anyone could go wrong with these.