Updated:
Original:

Sony MDR-V700DJ Review

Author:
chart-image.jpg

Overview

These are great DJing headphones. In addition to being light and comfortable, they also are extremely durable. The sounds they put out is both loud and clear, with crisp highs and deep lows. Highly recommended.

Buy the Sony MDR-V700DJ at the lowest price on Reverb.com

Staff Review

The

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

lilpoppa-social-16x9-1

Lil Poppa Counts His Blessings

Lil Poppa is a reluctant rap star. The Jacksonville native speaks with Audiomack about his success.

am-world-top10-july-16x9

10 Rappers You Should Know Right Now: July 2021

Kali, BigWalkDog, Cico P, and BoofPaxkMooky are among the 10 new rappers you need to know on Audiomack.

amindi-social-16x9-1

Amindi Won’t Be Boxed In

Rapper and singer Amindi refuses to be boxed in. She breaks down her new EP, 'Nice,' for Audiomack.

Sony MDR-V700 DJ headphones

are great DJing headphones.  In addition to being light and comfortable, they also are extremely durable.  Metal ear pieces and strong joints means that these will last through some abuse. The sounds the

Sony MDR-V700 DJ headphones

put out is both loud and clear, with crisp highs and deep lows.

Related

DJBooth_logo2x

Monster Jamz Mini-Review

Every DJ needs a pair of headphones that are portable but still deliver the type of professional sound that were used to. Monster, known for creating the Beats by Dre Studio headphones recently gave us a pair of their Jamz and Jamz Mini in-ear headphones to try out and see if they are good for the DJ on the move. Do they deliver? Click to find out!