Researching for the right pair of headphones from a market fraught with them can be so overwhelming. Or how do you choose the right headphone from the many designs and brands in the market, given that each pair arrives with a set of unique qualities that are so different from those on the next. I’ll narrow the list to the two headphones that are favored most by audiophiles and commuters—Sonny MDR-750s and Sennheiser HD 280 PROs. While the 280 PROs boasts of a high frequency response, the MDR-7506s has its low impedance to vaunt. That being said, let’s stack up the two headphones against each other to crown one.
For starters, Sony MDR-7506s features an ear-cup design that you can comfortably wear alongside your earrings, glasses and hat. The headphone also flaunts a frequency response of 10 Hz to 20 kHz to extricate between the throbbing lows and the crystal clear trebles. Also noted is the 106dB sensitivity which allows you to crank up the volume to the max without garbling the sound. It goes without mentioning the MDR-7506s 63 Ohm impedance that works to refine the sound you get on a whole host of other devices, including radios and smartphones. Take a look : Sony MDR-V6 Vs MDR-7506.
Sennheiser HD 280 PRO
The HD 280 PROs on the other hand sports an ear-cup design that guarantees maximum comfort besides allaying fatigue. Better yet, the headphone allows you to pick out the shimmering highs from the ultra-low bass notes—thanks to the 8 Hz – 25 kHz frequency response. Coming next is the 102 dB sensitivity that lets you play music at loud volumes without interfering with sound quality. Lastly, there’s the 64 Ohm impedance that allows you to enjoy great, quality sound from a wide range of gadgets, including tablets, smartphones and portable game consoles. Read also : Sennheiser HD 280 Vs 380.
Sony MDR 7506 Vs Sennheiser HD 280 Pro
|Sony MDR 7506||Sennheiser HD 280 Pro|
|Key Features||- Neodymium magnets and 40mm drivers for powerful, detailed sound
- Closed-ear design provides comfort and outstanding reduction of external noises
- 9.8-foot cord ends in gold-plated plug; 1/4-inch adapter included
- Folds up for storage or travel in provided soft case
- Frequency Response: 10Hz - 20 kHz||- Dynamic, closed-ear headphones with up to 32 dB attenuation of outside sound
- Lightweight and comfortable, ergonomic design, Cord Length - 3.3 - 9.8 feet Coiled
- Extended frequency response and warm, natural sound reproduction
- Around-the-ear design with padded earcups
- Earpads, headband padding, and audio cord are easily replaceable, ensuring long life
- Collapsible earpieces for compact transport
- Lightweight and comfortable, ergonomic design|
|Ratings||4.6 out of 5.0 stars||4.4 out of 5.0 stars|
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From the illustration, the Sony MDR-750 is the leading contender, in all fairness, for obvious reasons. For one, they have low impedance which means you can use them on a battery operated device without draining much of its juice. It’s also 22 percent lighter in weight than the HD 280 PROs, in addition to sporting a wider frequency response. As for HD 280 PROs, you can make it your choice of headphone if the comfort and snugly fit take precedence over everything else.