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Promoted 12-15-2014 by Discombobulated at 07:14 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has Sony MDR-V6 Studio Monitor Headphones on sale for $49.99. Shipping is free. Thanks LifeStyl3r

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Edited December 15, 2014 at 06:33 AM by lnfdeals
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the Sony MDR-V6 Studio Monitor Headphones for $50.

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#3
Thanks, OP. Almost bought Beats for my son. But I know headphones, and these MDR-V6's are the standard. They sound great. For $50, it's a steal compared to Beats.
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FP in 3, 2, 1...

Done! These would be my second pair, and I don't really know why I'd need 2 same pairs. laugh out loud Love them, except for the long non-detachable cord.
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Thanks missed the cyber Monday deal just ordered one
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#6
How do these fair against the ATH-m50s/x ?
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I've been looking for a good deal for a while now. I realise this says studio, but are these good for the gym?
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Great. Missed last time. Thanks OP.
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Quote from kealthas View Post :
I've been looking for a good deal for a while now. I realise this says studio, but are these good for the gym?
The cord would make these really annoying for the gym. I personally wouldn't recommend it.
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The cord would make these really annoying for the gym. I personally wouldn't recommend it.
Okay thanks!
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If anyone in the L.A. area misses this deal, and wants to buy some, I have mine on sale for $45. No packaging, but they're lightly used. I bought these thinking they'd sound better than my HD555, based on the reviews, but I was wrong.
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Okay thanks!

http://www.instructables.com/id/Q.../?ALLSTEPS

I followed this tutorial, but I didn't make my own cord like the author did...I just bought a male-to-male headphone cable and lopped off one plug (so basically I started on step 5). I am normally intimidated by soldering but this was a really painless job, I was even able to re-use the existing solder in the headphones. All in all it took a five dollar audio cable and a six dollar soldering iron from harbor freight and about 10 minutes...they still sound great but the cord is way more manageable because I don't like the overlong, heavy coiled cable either.
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#13
Good find. Thanks! OP.
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#14
I've had these headphones for over a year and they still work great. The only con with these is that the ear pads degrade rather quickly. You can easily replace them though.
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In for one. Smilie

These are a few decades old. But reviews also state they're still widely used by studio professionals. One thing to also note is these don't have any of that artificially enhanced bass or any of the "warm" sounds manufacturers tend to give their headphones as these are specifically designed to give accurate sound.
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