MDR-Z7M2 HEADPHONES

Product Reviews

$1,299.95

(AUD inc. GST)
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3.5 based on 4 customer reviews

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Good

Features

Average

Design

Average

Ease of Use

Average

5 Customer Reviews

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Beautiful sound stage and build quality

MDR-Z7M2 28 October 2019 by augie7107 (USA)

I don't pretend to know everything about audio reproduction and audiophile quality but I can close my eyes and see Frank Sinatra at the front with brass on the left and strings on the right with the balanced cable plugged into a ZX-300. I had the MDR-Z7 initial release and these are a measurable improvement.

Sound Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Excellent

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i like the sound of sony, but awfull design.

MDR-Z7M2 14 April 2019 by MusicLovers (USA)

i just dont understand why they do this awfull design in a pair of headphones of this price, they even dont include lambskin earpads, wich would cost them $2 more than the synthetic manmade leather, wich could cause you any kind of disease. and yess apart from ordering new lambskin earpads for an extra price, they would change the sound signature, the cable attachment is terrible to me. i regret that beautifull sound. will not reccomend for the price.

Sound Quality

Good

Features

Average

Design

Poor

Ease of Use

Good

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Amazing sound quality

MDR-Z7M2 05 February 2019 by ramto_8 (USA)

First thing, i got this headphone at a very good price. I think $899 is a little too much lol and if you look around you can get them cheaper. These headphones sound amazing but you really have to let them burn-in for a long time!!! This is key to make them sound their best. When you use them for the first time, they will sound 'bloated', too much bass, not enough treble. However, after burn-in, they will sound much better/controlled/open. The highs/treble is very smooth which really help for long listening sessions. Despite not having the widest soundstage (as expected of closed-back), sound separation is very good, I can easily pick up different instruments. I actually found them much easier to listen to than my open-back headphone (despite having a wider soundstage). I think that's what people describe as vertical separation. I can drive them using my mobile phone (the included silver coated cable helps here) but they sound best when using a dedicated dac/amp. I use a sony pha-2a with the balanced cable. They feel well made, of high quality materials and comfort is very good. The pads will take some few seconds to 'mold' around you ears and provide a very good seal to block outside noise. This contribute greatly to overall sound quality. One thing to note: if the weather is hot, they will tend to heat up.

Sound Quality

Excellent

Features

Good

Design

Good

Ease of Use

Excellent

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MDR-Z7M2 18 January 2019 by gaygirl (USA)

i bough them and dollar tree head phones were better

Sound Quality

Poor

Features

Poor

Design

Poor

Ease of Use

Poor

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Smouth perfection!

MDR-Z7M2 25 December 2018 by lag81 (USA)

I bought recently these cans by curiosity and they really blown my mind! I own the Z1R also and i couldn't believe that they come close to each other in terms of sound. Alright, the Z7M2 are not in the same league with the Z1R but if someone cannot afford the cost of Z1R, the Z7 are really a very very good alternative option! I'm not gonna enter into sound details beacause i's gonna be a huge and boring review but i have to tell you that they really worth every penny! Sony, thumbs up again.

Sound Quality

Excellent

Features

Excellent

Design

Excellent

Ease of Use

Average

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