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post #31 of 79
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I think that vocals are represented beautifully on the 7506's.  And once your burn them in a lot more (I gave mine like 50 hours) the harsh high range isnt as bad, but its still a little bit harsher than most headphones.

post #32 of 79

they are great cans indeed, people have to be careful not to get counterfits though. Skip ebay altogether and buy from authorized dealers.

post #33 of 79
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I got mine off Amazon.  Everything checks out, they arent fakes.  Besides they sound too good to be fakes.

post #34 of 79
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I got mine off Amazon.  Everything checks out, they arent fakes.  Besides they sound too good to be fakes.




beerchug.gif me too. beach camera if I recall.

post #35 of 79
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Have you ever listened to Shures?

post #36 of 79
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Have you ever listened to Shures?



I listened to the srh840 when a guy brought his to the studio. good headphone but very bulky and heavy, nice midrange and highs, but I feel the bass is better on the sonys.

post #37 of 79
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Sonys have less plastic.  Thats why I primarily got them instead of Shures, and they supposedly last longer which I believe.

post #38 of 79
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Sonys have less plastic.  Thats why I primarily got them instead of Shures, and they supposedly last longer which I believe.



they can last decadestongue.gif. we have some v6 in the studio that are 15 years old and the only thing that has been replaced is the pads.

post #39 of 79
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they can last decadestongue.gif. we have some v6 in the studio that are 15 years old and the only thing that has been replaced is the pads.




Record any Roy Estrada?

post #40 of 79
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Record any Roy Estrada?


I wishbiggrin.gif

 

I love Zappa, but we mostly get to record metal acts here in the studio.

 

post #41 of 79

Mmm, Waka/jawaka on right now. Good thing I'm not using these headphones though! Distinguishing even Aynsley's footwork would be difficult.. tongue.gif

post #42 of 79
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Mmm, Waka/jawaka on right now. Good thing I'm not using these headphones though! Distinguishing even Aynsley's footwork would be difficult.. tongue.gif


 If it makes you feel good to bash these cans then okrolleyes.gif. Nobody is saying the 7506 is the be all end all, but to say you have trouble listening to his footwork, I think you need your ears checked.

 

but I will make you happy....LISTEN UP EVERYBODY! the 7506 is a 20 plus year old can, and electropop is owner to far better cans than these.biggrin.gif


Edited by Ouspensky - 9/3/11 at 2:15pm
post #43 of 79

I'm saying my almost equally old (by design) headphone, if even older, the K272 (based on K271), is better than the sony :) ... Portrays Zappa in a completely new light compared to the 7506. Of course it's not be all end all, nothing quite likely is, but for the price I believe MUCH better can be found.

 

My ears are very checked. I use this: 

112116_4.jpgbasshead.gif Warmly recommended to anyone.

 

 

post #44 of 79

http://www.amazon.com/AKG-272-HD-High-Definition-Headphones/dp/B0028N78KC/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1315101369&sr=1-1

 

ok, guys forget about the 7506 that sell for 80 bucks, just go with electropop's choice.

 

happy now?rolleyes.gif

 

signing off this pissing contest.

post #45 of 79
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Ha, 202 Dollars! Electropop your point has now become invalid.

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