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Agc Purchased a couple of these for the post facility i work for. They are comfortable and sound great!

Ben R. I purchased these headphones after trying a friend's pair. They are super comfortable (I'm not a fan of the round shape that excludes parts of the human ear), and have a nice long cable that makes it easy to move around while wearing them. The reversable cup makes it easy to fold up and cue without the effort of putting the pair on fully and excluding the sound of the outside world. And they are pretty soundproof too; my girlfriend was listening to the radio at high volume and I could hardly make out what she was listening to while standing next to her.



The audio these headphones produce is of superb quality. Surprisingly solid bass, crisp highs, and a good balance make it easy to make out every aspect of the music.



So there you go. A wonderful value for a pair of quality headphones.

Kuloping The Sony MDR-V600 is the best bang-for-buck full size headphone available. After comparing them to at least a dozen of its competitors, it was obvious that the MDR-V600's were the best choice. For some other brands, you'd literally have to shell out $200 for something comparable.



I use them mostly for on-line studying, but they're also great for listing to music at home.



However, they're too large to use comfortably while exercising.



I previously owned the Sony MDR-V6 headphones and they lasted me more than 15 years before the foam ear cups finally gave up the ghost.



Overall, they're a great buy that won't disappoint.

CG64 The Sony MDR-V600 is the best bang-for-buck full size headphone available. After comparing them to at least a dozen of its competitors, it was obvious that the MDR-V600's were the best choice. For some other brands, you'd literally have to shell out $200 for something comparable.



I use them mostly for on-line studying, but they're also great for listing to music at home.



However, they're too large to use comfortably while exercising.



I previously owned the Sony MDR-V6 headphones and they lasted me more than 15 years before the foam ear cups finally gave up the ghost.



Overall, they're a great buy that won't disappoint.

Derrick I got these based on the recommendation of a friend and have had a pair of these headphones for about 5 years now. I probably use then 2-4 days a week for ~6 hours. Just bought a second pair for my wife.



I use these headphones with my computer to listen to music and movies at home and at work. They sound quality is much better than the on-ear style and ear buds, but I'm no audiophile. They block ambient noise much better. I frequently have people tap me on the head because I couldn't hear them talk with these over my ears even when the volume is low. I also find that they are much more comfortable than other style head phones.



While they seem a bit pricey to me, I think the improvement in comfort and quality compared to on ear and ear buds are well worth it.

Mr. Beechen I use these cans for daily listening. They are often subjected to very high sound levels, and they never miss a beat. Tight, deep bass, transparent mids and crystalline highs. I can wear these for hours on end, and forget they are even there. They're that comfortable. I only wish the cord was straight instead of coiled, but that's just me.

IgniteYourFuture I have owned these headphones since 1994 or somewhere about that time. I was 14 years old when I got these headphones. They cost the same back then as they do now, which really surprised me to see that the cost hasn't gone up for an incredible piece of audio equipment. I bought these headphones to block out the noise on the school bus so that I could actually hear my music. They performed incredibly well! The sound is clear with both highs and lows. The bass is almost amazing! After 16 years of owning these headphones, the ear pads are finally getting to the point where they need to get replaced. I have NO complaints about these spectacular headphones! I would buy them again in a heartbeat! If you're in the market for some great headphones, GET THESE! You WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!

TWHansen I am on my second pair, only because my first pair got stolen (stolen!) after 8 years of use. The MDR-V600's are the most comfortable headphones Sony make, the V700's I find pinch a bit tightly. I can wear the V600's all day, even while shooting (I monitor audio on my video productions with them)Also, B&H have the best price I've seen these for...I paid [$] for my current pair...

Bobattheboard This is the third pair of these I've used. The first pair lasted about 3 years before a wire to an ear piece came loose, but even now they still work. I use these at least twice a week for 3-4 hours at a time. Have used them for studio recording, but mostly for live gigs. I still have the second pair also and will continue to use them as the sound quality is still there, but after SIX years, the ear piece covers finally wore off as well as the piece over the head.

EMS Although I'm not a music professional, I do know good sound when I hear it, and this set of headphones delivers. My main criterion for selecting this product was the wide frequency range offered for listening to meditative sound tracks with binaural technology over a wide frequency range (5-30K Hz). I've used the headphones for enjoying music, too, and am very pleased with the comfort and sound quality of my favorite tunes!



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