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Sony MDR-V500DJ Review

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Overview

A lower priced version of the V700, these headphones still offer good sound and stong construction. They also come with a folding design and a coiled cord.

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Staff Review

A lower priced version of the V700, the

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Sony MDR-V500 DJ headphones

still offer ok sound and stong construction.  The earpieces on the

MDR-V500 DJ headphones

are smaller than those on the V700, but the 40mm drivers still have good output.  They also come with a folding design and a coiled cord all at a competitive price.

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