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Sony MDR-V6 STUDIO MONITOR HEADPHONES
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Sony MDR-V6 Studio Monitor Headphones ensure that you will feel the power of your music and enjoy comfort and portability. The 40mm driver units in t...Click To Read More About This Product
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Circumaural design reduces ambient noise while wide bandwidth design produces deep bass, crisp highs, and full midrange.
Sony MDR-V6 Studio Monitor Headphones ensure that you will feel the power of your music and enjoy comfort and portability. The 40mm driver units in these Sony studio headphones produce deep, accurate bass, crisp highs, and midrange tones, while the circumaural design reduces the outside world's ambient noises. A wide, padded headband makes long-term usage more enjoyable and the handy folding design makes it easy to pack the Sony MDR-V6 headphones in your bag. Stereo UniMatch plug on these headphone monitors is perfect for mini or full-size headphone jacks.
- Neodymium magnet
- Stereo UniMatch Plug
- Wide, adjustable, single, headphone with folding ear cups
- Over-the-head, studio monitor design
- Oxygen-free copper, single-sided Litz cord
- Closed circumaural, dynamic headphone type
Pick up this pair of headphones and get a better monitor the nuances of your studio mix. Order today.
MDR-V6 STUDIO MONITOR HEADPHONES
- Frequency response: 5Hz - 30,000Hz
- Sensitivity: 106dB/mW
- Impedance: 63 ohms
- Driver unit: 40mm
- Power handling capacity: 1.0W
- Cord Length (Approx.): 10 ft.
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I bought these headphones -- as many of us do -- based on the reviews of others. Overall the headphones sound great, smooth sound, and pleasant (for the most part) reproduction of audio. My only major complaint is that there is some resonance in a high-mid frequency that is overly pronounced and only occurs when that note is hit during a song. For example, during songs from both Coldplay and Jeremy Enigk the vocals hit some note that suddenly becomes louder and slightly piercing in an unpleasant way. Again, this is my only gripe with the headphones. Other then that they sound great.
Ok, I have tried a zillion monitor headphones, these are the best I have heard for the money. They are as good as if not better than the MDR-7509/7506(?). Well balanced sound, great freq response, the highs arent too bright but are sharp enough, super detailed. The ONLY downfall I can think of and the same can be said for most headphones of this size is that they can be a bit heavy on the old ears themselves, like physically that is, if you have them on for hours on end, but the sound quality is unsurpassed. I'd def recommenced.
Before I had the luck of coming across the V6s, I thought affordable headphones always had to be substandard. These puppies are affordable, sound AMAZING, and feel GREAT. Now $100 might not be in the "affordable" category for some of you people. OK, if you want your mixes to sound like horse piss that's fine. Using the MDR-V6s is like being slapped across the face with a large salmon, except the salmon is great sound quality and comfort. I also think of a unicorn crossing an open meadow in springtime, bending down to drink from a brook, and then scampering away to play with his buddies.
I've had these a good 5 years, and they still sound great. Even my band mates were surprised at how much they could hear when we were on the road a couple months ago. Comfortable for a few hours on the head, they block out a lot of sound, and are durable. The foam on the ears has started to pull away, but with how much wear and tear they've been through, I don't mind at all. They still work great. For this price, you can't go wrong.
I bought a pair of these in 1987. I still have them and they still work perfectly. GREAT sound response! Most recording studios I've been in dont have headphones half this good. Highly recommended!
I have used these phones extensively in the studio and recording live sound since 1994. I have dropped them, stepped on them, pulled on the cord, thrown stuff on top of them. I'm thinking it's time to replace them - obviously with the same model. Excels at accurate reproduction of all frequencies - including full orchestra. Think about it - 15 years!
Just received the mdr-v6 and could not be happier.As a professional musician,I demand sound clarity and comfort...Both are achieved!