Sony MDR-7506 Headphones

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Sony MDR-7506 Headphones
Key Features
  • 40mm Neodymium Drivers
  • Closed Design
  • Swiveling Earcups
  • Single-Sided Cable
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The MDR-7506 is a staple within the recording, film and live arenas. Due to its low impedance and closed-ear design, these headphones do an outstanding job of cutting down background noise while providing plenty of volume in the studio or in the field. Additionally, the closed design helps eliminate headphone bleed when overdubbing in the studio.
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Sony MDR-7506 Overview

The MDR-7506 is a staple within the recording, film and live arenas. Due to its low impedance and closed-ear design, these headphones do an outstanding job of cutting down background noise while providing plenty of volume in the studio or in the field. Additionally, the closed design helps eliminate headphone bleed when overdubbing in the studio.

The MDR-7506 is an over-ear design and is ideal for use with MIDI workstations, camcorders, or other equipment with less than powerful headphone amplification. The headphone has a foldable design, making it convenient to store or transport, and its coiled cable allows it to stretch and spring back into place whenever you need a bit more reach.

Circumaural closed-back stereo headphone ideal for use in professional applications
40mm diameter drive units deliver deeper bass, lower distortion, and wider dynamic range
Neodymium magnets for maximum energy and minimum size
Compact, foldable design
Coiled cable allows for better mobility and reach, while also preventing snags from tugging the headphones right off your ears
OFC cable and gold plated Unimatch plug provides both 1/8" mini-jack and 1/4" TRS phono connectivity
UPC: 027242682252

Sony MDR-7506 Specs

Headphone
DesignOver-Ear (Circumaural)
Earcup StyleClosed-Back
Earpiece SwivelYes
General
Frequency Response10 Hz to 20 kHz
Sensitivity104 dB
Impedance63 Ohms
Maximum Power Handling1000 mW
FoldableYes
Connectivity
Audio Connector to Source1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS
Adapter (Included)1/4" TRS
Cable
Cable Length9.8 to 9.8' / 2.99 to 2.99 m (Coiled)
Physical
Weight7.8 oz / 221.1 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.35 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.7 x 7.4 x 3.6"
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Your specs say the headphones come with '1/8 stereo mini-jack, with 1/8 to 1/4 TRS phono adapter'. That should say PHONE adapter. Phono is what we know as an RCA or pin jack. Phone plug is the 1/4 or 1/8 TRS connector. It's highly unlikely Sony would provide an RCA adapter when practically all headphone jacks are phone type. Is this a typo on your part?
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