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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the portability and usability are on the whole positive. The comfort and sound are also mentioned favorably, but some have doubts about the mids quality and treble quality.

value for money, sound, comfort, usability, portability

treble quality, mids quality

On average, users rate this product 54/100.

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

This hugely popular phone has been around for decades, and for a reason: it offers a pleasing sound with comfort and nominal portability - and comfort. At higher volumes, there can be a certain hardness to the sound at around the 3k level. Since this...

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

For the money - one cannot beat these cans. I use them at work, to block out the surrounding noise. I do find, however, that these really take off when connected to a high quality amplifier – no preamp necessary, I assure you. Yet, even for connecting...

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

These headphones are good for the price. They provide a nice balanced sound that is enjoyable. The bass is very extended and is balanced with the overall sound. The midrange is nice but is not smooth and silky; it is kind of missing the mid-low-middle...

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

While many people bash these cans, I have to rectify a few things. First, these cans are some of the flattest < $200 cans. People complain about the harsh mids and stuff, but when you look at the fletcher-munson curves, you get why flat cans sound a...

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

they aren't worth the average price of 50-60$. there are a slew of better headphones in that price range. the main problem with these is that the highs are painfully bad. they are screechy and unbalanced with the rest of the sound.<!--

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

The V6/7506 are quite overrated by many members. The treble is harsh, and grainy, and lacking extension. The bass is boomy, uncontrolled, and lacks any amount of articulateness. The midrange is terrible. My rating of 4/10 for the midrange of these...

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Sony MDR-V6 or MDR-7506 Headphone Reviews

 

The Sony MDR-7506 delivers deep but somewhat sloppy bass, recessed mids and fairly harsh highs. The overall sound quality is not as good as it should be, even for a closed headphone at this price point. It is efficient enough for use with most portable...

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