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Sony MDR7510 Professional Headphones
The Sony MDR-7510 is a pair of high-quality studio headphones for demanding pro applications, including studio and broadcast monitoring.
An excellent choice for both reference monitoring and audio mixing applications, the MDR-7510 extends the MDR-7500 line with a new fixed design of rugged construction. With 50mm drivers utilizing PET (polyethylene terephthalate) diaphragms, these headphones provide a wide frequency response, broad dynamic range, and accurate sound reproduction.
The MDR-7510 offers high power handling capability and uses neodymium magnets and OFC (oxygen-free copper) voice coils. Noise isolation earpads with pliable cushion material conform to the natural shape of the ear and provide comfort and acoustic isolation.
This product comes with PrimeSupport, fast, hassle-free repairs and a helpline offering expert technical advice. Which gives you the peace of mind that Sony is looking after your equipment and your business.
Also known as: Sony MDR-7510 Studio Headphones
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