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Sony MDR7506 Professional Headphones Review

The Sony MDR7506 Professional Headphones have actually already come a long way, tracing back its roots to 1991 when it was introduced to the market. And since then, it has always been a favourite choice of sound engineers, sound professionals, and plain music lovers alike. The Sony MDR7506 is said to be a reincarnation of the original Sony MDR V6 that was launched in 1985. Like the 7506, originally, the MDR V6 was made to cater to sound professionals, but it appealed as well to the...

Sony MDR7506 Large-Diaphragm Foldable Headphones, New

1. zZounds offers the industry‘s most musician-friendly payment plans zZounds offers a variety of Play as You Pay installment plans that allow you to get the gear you want today. While our competitors might offer house credit cards that require you to fill out an application and pass a credit check, our payment plans are easy to get, simple to use, and, best of all, accrue zero interest. Unlike those house credit cards that can leave you vulnerable to exorbitant interest charges once the...

Sony MDR7506 Large-Diaphragm Foldable Headphones, New

1. zZounds offers the industry‘s most musician-friendly payment plans zZounds offers a variety of Play as You Pay installment plans that allow you to get the gear you want today. While our competitors might offer house credit cards that require you to fill out an application and pass a credit check, our payment plans are easy to get, simple to use, and, best of all, accrue zero interest. Unlike those house credit cards that can leave you vulnerable to exorbitant interest charges once the...

How to Build a Versatile Home Studio for $537

It's easy to overspend when you start building a home studio. You start looking at reviews online, reading online forums and suddenly start doubting your initial decisions. The $200 USB interface you were initially hoping to purchase is now a $500 interface.This is the problem with forums like GearSlutz—they completely underestimate the value of skill. When you get to a professional level, of course gear is important. But the best studio in the world will still produce amateur mixes if you...