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Sony MDR-Z1000

Sony MDR-Z1000

“     First, as a long time passive observer of this forum and I must say that what has interested me most about all of the reviews and comments here is how we all seem to hear differently. No surprises there since each of us has unique physiologies and experiences that affect our perception of sound—for the latter, think about the difficulty Japanese supposedly have...” --jorzef

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-V150 Monitor Series Headphones with Reversible Earcups

Sony MDR-V150 Monitor Series Headphones with Reversible Earcups

“I have a quite mixed feeling about these. I own the white versions which are just the same. But I have to say, these headphones are okay for casual listening and portability. Even though they're portable, I still use my massive Philips SHP2000 wherever I go.   Build Quality   The build quality is cheap. What would you expect from a £10 pair of studio monitors? It's going to be...” --3xclu5ive

67% Positive Reviews
MDR-ZX100 Headphone - Stereo - Black - Mini-phone

MDR-ZX100 Headphone - Stereo - Black - Mini-phone

“  I can see why so many people have these, ease of accesses. A very familiar sound signature and an inviting sound to most common music lovers!   Again, for the price it's not a terrible headphone. It's also very generic. Sounds like every boring stock Car Stereo you've all listened to growing up!    For the price and the looks it's not a bad can! [This is for the...” --Mshenay

75% Positive Reviews
Sony MDRPQ2/GRN PIIQ Headphones

Sony MDRPQ2/GRN PIIQ Headphones

“ You will not be disappointed with these. ” --socom

100% Positive Reviews
Sony Open-air Stereo Headphones (MDR-110LP)

Sony Open-air Stereo Headphones (MDR-110LP)

lightweight on-the-ear, open earcup design * cord length: 40 inches * frequency response: 18-20,000 Hz * weight: 1.63 oz. (without cord) *

100% Positive Reviews
MDR-NC40 - Lightweight Active Noise Cancelling On Ear Headphones

MDR-NC40 - Lightweight Active Noise Cancelling On Ear Headphones

“I got these cheap when Circuit City was going out  of biz here. At the time (about 2005 or so) they were $80 and I got 'em for $30. They are faithful headphones. I like the lightweight as they are very comfortable and sound great! Good dynamic range. On mine, the cord would twist easily making it really hard to get back straight. Eventually I unscrewed the earpieces to make them useable as...” --bigoldcars

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-XB450

Sony MDR-XB450

“Got these ones at aprox. 20 dollars since they were on discount in a store nearby.   Looks: I found them to be bigger and more comfortable than the XB400, their predecessor headphones, as well as better looking. A pad or soft cushion on the headband would have been nice, and the Headband itself feels too thin as if it's going to break anytime, but it isn't an uncomfortable pair of...” --Airey

50% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-CD 780

Sony MDR-CD 780

“I can hear you thinking: Dude… why are you writing up a review for a 14 year old Sony model? Well, the answer is simple: They're the only decent pair of can's I own, and since headfi.org has given me a lot by way of information, it's time I started contributing back. So I'll share some musings on this headphone, if only for archives sake. Although I'll bet there's more users of this headphone...” --mark235

100% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-V300 Monitor Series Headphones with Folding Design

Sony MDR-V300 Monitor Series Headphones with Folding Design

“ I use these for listening while in bed or on my amp-weak laptop. I think Sony may have overpriced them, but sometimes I'm amazed at the bass for these little things. I don't think, like the last review that the Porta Pro design and sound can beat these. I stepped on mine and broke the forks, but tape now holds them together (pretty well I must add.) Where the pads were coming apart I sewed...” --JamesHuntington

50% Positive Reviews
Sony MDR-NC40 Noise Canceling Headphone (Black)

Sony MDR-NC40 Noise Canceling Headphone (Black)

“ Somehow, the Ballad of Jed Clampett comes to mind, as I start to write this. You know, the Beverly Hillbillies. He was living his life, struck gold, and everything changed. That's kind of what happened here. Except I didn't strike gold or become rich. Yeah, the metaphor doesn't exactly work. But it was all I could think of on short notice.   Back in 2008 I started working on a...” --UmustBKidn

0% Positive Reviews
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