Sony MDR-Z7

Sony MDR-Z7
alaScore 90

124 evaluaciones

Abr 2019

alaTest ha recogido y analizado 124 comentarios relacionados al producto Sony MDR-Z7. En promedio, la calificación para este producto es 4.4/5, al ser comparado con la calificación 4.0/5 de otros productos en la categoria Auriculares. Las revisiones acerca del sonido y la relación calidad-precio son por lo general positivas. La calidad del montaje y la funcionalidad también consigue buenos comentarios.

sonido, funcionalidad, calidad del montaje, relación calidad-precio

Analizamos las valoraciones de los usuarios y los expertos, la edad del producto y demás factores. Comparado con otros Auriculares el Sony MDR-Z7 recibe una alaScore™ global de 90/100 = calidad excelente.

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Comentario de experto escrito por : Andrew Williams (trustedreviews.com)

Sony MDR-Z7

 

The Sony MDR-Z7 are big, super-comfortable headphones: what you should be looking for if you want something for late-night movie-watching and game-playing. They'll let you listen away in style without keeping anyone else in the house awake.

Powerful sound ; Wide soundstage ; Very comfortable

Slightly soft mid-range ; Unusually unchallenging at the price

Incredibly comfortable headphones that are the perfect late-night accompaniment to a home cinema system.

Jun 2015

Editor's Choice

Comentario de experto escrito por : Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Sony MDR-Z7

 

The Sony MDR-Z7 headphones deliver gorgeous, detailed audio, with lifelike bass depth and crystal-clear highs.

Exceptional audio performance with rich, accurate lows, and detailed, clear highs. Exceedingly comfortable over long listening sessions.

No extra cable with inline remote control. No carrying case or pouch.

Sony's MDR-Z7 headphones sound gorgeous—they're perfectly suited for those seeking to hear every last detail. All genres sound fantastic through their drivers, and the fit is comfortable, even during long listening periods. To check mixes in a...

Jun 2018

Comentario de experto escrito por (cnet.com)

Sony MDR Z7

 

At this price point, a lot of audiophiles choose to go with an open-back headphone to get that more open, airy quality that open-back headphones deliver (the Beyerdynamic T90 , HiFiMan HE-400i or various Grados, for example). The MDR-Z7 is a...

The Sony MDR-Z7 is a well-crafted, very comfortable audiophile-grade headphone that features well-balanced, articulate sound. For a closed-back headphone, the soundstage is wide (it sounds more like an open-back headphone). Two cables are included, one...

Expensive; no protective carrying case or pouch.

While expensive, the well-built and supercomfortable Sony MDR-Z7 can go toe to toe with competing high-end audiophile headphones.

May 2015

Comentario de experto escrito por : Jim Clements (hometheaterhifi.com)

Sony MDR-Z7 Headphones and PHA-3 Portable DAC and Headphone Amp Review

 

the Sony PHA-3 battery powered DAC/headphone amp and the Kimber Kable MUC-B20BL1 balanced headphone cable.

The Sony MDR-Z7’s are not perfect. The midrange was sometimes a bit recessed and the bass was not the tightest or most extended that I have experienced. They were also a bit warm sounding compared to other audiophile headphones I have heard. So sure...

Mar 2015

Comentario de experto escrito por : David Carnoy (cnet.com.au)

Sony MDR-Z7 review: A high-end headphone that's truly high-end

 

Finally, Sony's made a headphone that can go toe to toe with the top audiophile models.

The Sony MDR-Z7 is a well-crafted, very comfortable audiophile-grade headphone that features well-balanced, articulate sound. For a closed-back headphone, the soundstage is wide (it sounds more like an open-back headphone). Two cables are included, one...

Expensive; no protective carrying case or pouch.

While expensive, the well-built and supercomfortable Sony MDR-Z7 can go toe to toe with competing high-end audiophile headphones.

May 2015

Comentario de experto escrito por : Alex Hernandez (techaeris.com)

Sony MDR-Z7 review: Currently the best wired over-ear headphones I've reviewed

 

I handle a lot of headphones around here. Everything from in-ear to over-ear, from $40 to $700 and the Sony MDR-Z7 are simply the best over-ears I've used.

These are highly recommended over the ear wired headphones. The high price may not be for everyone but if your pockets are deep and you’re ready to spend this much you won’t be disappointed.

Oct 2018

Sound & Vision TOP PICK

Comentario de experto escrito por : Steve Guttenberg (soundandvision.com)

Sony MDR-Z7 Headphone and PHA-3 Headphone Amp

 

Yummy sound, nice bass, clear top end Impeccable Japanese build quality Huge soundstage for a closed-back design Doesn't fold for compact storage

Yummy sound, nice bass, clear top end; Impeccable Japanese build quality; Huge soundstage for a closed-back design; Handles ultra-high-res 384kHz/32bit files; Does DSD at 2.8MHz and 5.6MHz; Single-ended and balanced headphone outputs

Doesn’t fold for compact storage; No indicator for remaining battery charge

Mar 2015

Comentario de experto escrito por : Marcus Wong (hardwarezone.com)

Hands-on with Sony's new headphones: MDR-Z7, MDR-1ADAC, and MDR-XB950BT

 

Sony has just introduced their line-up of new headphones for the final quarter of the year, and we took a closer look at three of the more interesting headphones announced.

Oct 2014

Comentario de experto escrito por (avforums.com)

Sony MDR-Z7 Headphone Review

 

Sony's new MDR-Z7 headphones are designed to work with high resolution music but are they high fidelity?

Clear, accurate and refined sound ; Usefully sensitive ; Beautifully built

Bit clinical ; Rather large ; No storage ; Slightly soulless

Having been sent two Sony products back-to-back, I find myself drawing slightly contrasting experiences from then. The NWZ-ZX1 is flawed in a number of ways and faces stiff competition from more conventional means of listening to music on the move. The...

Comentario de experto escrito por (headfonics.com)

The MDR-Z7 by Sony

 

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Overall, there is quite a lot I disliked about the headphone on an objective level. However, I’ve found it to be subjectively highly musical and damned fun to use. Sometimes, we don’t neeed accuracy or clinical sound. Some days, we just want to rock...

Product Specifications

Auriculares

Audifonos:Supraaural
Estilo de uso:Diadema
Frecuencia de auricular:4 - 100000
Material del diafragma:Liquid crystal polymer film
Obstrucción:70
Potencia máxima de entrada:2000
Sensibilidad de auricular:102
Sistema acústico:Cerrado
Tipo de controlador:Dinámico
Tipo de imán:Neodimio
Unidad de disco:70

Diseño

Color del producto:Negro, Plata
Estilo de uso:Diadema

Peso y dimensiones

Peso:335

Puertos e Interfaces

Conector de 3,5 mm:Si
Contactos del conector chapado:Oro
Interfaz del dispositivo:3.5 mm (1/8 ")
Longitud de cable:3
Tecnología de conectividad:Alámbrico