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I remember these. The MH510 used to come in more colors though but they were a bit tacky looking. That was when headphones were treated more like fashion accessories than audio gear. They also went down in price since then but I don't see a lot of people talking about these.
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There's some good reviews on Musician's Friend. I bought a couple for monitoring.
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I'd like some nice headphones for monitoring and to use while recording and to just have on my computer. Reviews of these seem pretty good but not certain.
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Spend a little more for the Sony.
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Spend a little more for the Sony.
Sony what? Mdr 7506?
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Sony what? Mdr 7506?
Sure, or V6. They are used by legends.
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Sure, or V6. They are used by legends.
Uh those cost more buy a factor of 2-4 times. I already have some philips shp9500 and some samson sr850. I went ahead and bought these mh510 to have some decent closed back over ear headphones. I am 38 and my ears are not special anymore or probably ever. Good enough for me
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Uh those cost more buy a factor of 2-4 times. I already have some philips shp9500 and some samson sr850. I went ahead and bought these mh510 to have some decent closed back over ear headphones. I am 38 and my ears are not special anymore or probably ever. Good enough for me
Hmmm... Maybe words got out and price went up? I swear to you the last V6 I bought I paid $55 on sale.
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Sure, or V6. They are used by legends.
MDR7506s are a good choice for critical listening in short bursts, but I can't keep them on my head for very long. They are uncomfortable and intentionally a bit brash. I prefer my Status Audio CB-1s or Samson SR-950s for tracking or recreational listening (although the Samsons have a fair amount of handling noise). They both have bigger drivers than the 7506s and higher output The Status Audios are the most comfortable headphones I've ever owned. I don't need another set of cans, but I'm tempted by the MH510s.
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I use 7506s but CAD is a real brand that makes good value stuff that works. They probably don't have as big of an ad budget and can keep their prices down. I use their wireless IEM transmitter/receiver and it's just fine.
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I bought the MH510's and they're great, but after a period of listening... 1-2 hours... my ears start to hurt, and the pain only increases the longer I wear them. I have a big head, and big ears... Should I just be buying earbuds??? I need something for the work day sitting in front of a computer...
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