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Some recent off-topic posts were deleted. Let's get back on-topic, guys.
 I have two pairs as well, but both are well-used by now. Keep in mind that pad compression after a year might explain at least some of the difference, especially because the other pair had no use at all.
 Sorry, guys. The production-version MDR-Z7 arrived just before I left for vacation. I took it with me, though...   ...so I was able to get some listening time with it. We're in the middle of shooting the CanJam 2014 preview video (late, because I partially lost my voice for the past few days), so I don't have the time right now to say much about it. What I will say is this: To my ears, this is Sony's best headphone in quite some time--for my preferences, perhaps their...
I have one early production UE900, one recent production UE900, and one "unibody" UE900--all here, not recalling from memory over time--and with the same tips on them, they sound the same to me.
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NOTE:  If you can't see the embedded video above, please CLICK HERE to see the video.     In this episode of Head-Fi TV, we take a look at the process of creating custom in-ear monitors, and UE's new way of crafting them. Be sure to watch this episode to see the technological advancements, and how the new processes have helped UE improve the customer experience and custom monitors.     Products mentioned in the video:   Ultimate Ears Custom In-Ear Reference...
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Here's a link to the full-size photo. Zoom in with your browser to see the text in greater detail.http://cdn.head-fi.org/c/ce/ce54e3e3_DSC_5972.jpegThe MDR-Z7 did not come with a carrying case. It came with two home-length cables, one of which is terminated in dual 3.5mm plugs, for use with the PHA-3's balanced output, and one terminated in single 3.5mm with a 1/4" adapter. It's a large headphone, and it doesn't fold, so I don't think Sony intended this to be toted around...
I have to run to a family gathering now, but will say more about the Sony MDR-Z7 later. In the meantime, here are a few photos from a batch of photos I took of it when it arrived (along with the Sony MDR-1A). If you click through to the full-size, original versions of these photos, you can clearly read the boxes (if you're interested).                
Thanks for the introduction, TheInquisitive1! Given your username, I imagine you'll have no problem looking for good discussions that you may have questions or posts to contribute to.   See you on the forums!
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