索尼 Sony Mdr-cd900st Studio Monitor Stereo Headphones
- Sony Mdr-cd900st Studio Monitor Stereo Headphones
- High standard of the music industry, which is favored by a number of recording studios. Monitor Headphones of full professional specifications that Sony and boasts advanced technology in the world, Sony Music Studios to create a familiar sound was jointly developed, it is the MDR-CD900ST.
This is outlet item. Specifications: Type: Closed Dynamic Frequency response: 5-30,000 Hz Impedance: 63 Max. Input Power: 1,000mW Plug: Stereo Standard plug Cord length: 2.5m (Single) Net weight (without cord): 200g Item model number: MDR-CD900ST Weight: 381 g
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Perhaps I’m not enough of an audiophile, but I don’t notice any real difference between these and the blue-sided MDRs at half the price. There are two differences, one not so good, one. depends on you.
Earcups: These are noticeably thinner and less padded. Not particularly less comfortable, but certainly not more. I haven’t had bleed issues but if you had a condenser mic set very sensitively and the headphones up, I can see it, since it’s not really creating a seal as well as the cheaper MDRs.
Plug: It has a built in 1/4” TRS plug, nice solid stainless. For a studio / hooking into audio equipment, I do prefer this over using adapters. So far every one of the cheaper ones I’ve seen is 3.5mm w/ a 1/4” adapter, which works of course, but since it’s definitely going into a 1/4”, no adapter is easier.
But I wouldn’t be surprised if there’s one of the $75ish MDRs with the 1/4” standard, and regardless I just can’t justify the cost because of it. So, 4 stars, simply because you can get pretty much the same headphones at half the price. But, if cost is no factor, perhaps one might prefer the feel of these. There’s certainly not enough bleed to worry with a dynamic mic, and while I don’t have any pricey condensers, it does seem okay with the MXL I have.
So yeah, most people would be happier just getting 2 of the cheaper ones. “Cheaper” mind you, not cheap, any of these are great and used at tons of radio stations, recording studios, etc. Can’t go wrong with these, but most are probably better with the cheaper ones, I know if I need more that’s what I’ll do.
If the music is meant to sound lush, it will sound lush. If there is a treble peak, you will hear it. If there is a bass cut somewhere, you will know. A lot of music has been created using these headphones, and that alone is enough credibility for you to use them, especially if you subscribe to the mantra of "hearing music as the artist intended." Now that I think about it, it's much better to hear the music as the sound engineer behind the final mastering intended, don't you think?
Much better than the 7506s I have used the last 25 years.
The drivers are indeed different.
Yes, they fit a little loose compared to the V6/7506, but I swapped the rails with a pair of my 7506s, now
they fit a little tighter, and FOLD!!