As I had mentioned, I have been through quite a few over ear headphones. I have had a wide range of expensive, to cheap, to "world renowned", to a newer company, etc... I have always loved Sony, but they always miss something I have needed in headphones... But with these new one's;...Read the full review →
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I love these headphones. They are hands down my best set. The bass on it is intense. The sound quality is crisp and clear and the leather cushion is super comfortable on your ears. It feels like a leather couch is cushioning your ears. Definite buy for those in need of amazing sound and comfort.Read the full review →
The MDR-500's are my first pair of headphones, however, I have extensively used several other brands of headphones (Bose, JVC, Sennheiser). The 500's are a pretty good deal. What they lack in sound quality, they make up in comfort. These headphones were designed for pop/hip hop or...Read the full review →
non existent middle register. great bass and decent treble. good for rnb, hiphop and general purpose listening, nothing for audiophiles.Read the full review →
Had these for years. Very durable (stuffing into bags in airports and such without a case). Great bass response for non-powered headphones. The earpads are comfy, but can get hot and hurt your ears for long periods of time (3+ hours). A little bulky but definitely makes a statement.Read the full review →
what matters is thew quality and thats what you getRead the full review →