Users' questions

Are the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x worth it?

Are the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x worth it?

Yes, the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x are absolutely worth it. These headphones are extremely versatile and so regardless of what you use them for (streaming, gaming, listening to music, etc.) you can be assured that you are getting an excellent pair of headphones for a great price.

Which is better Audio Technica or AKG?

The Audio-Technica ATH-M50x are better over-ear studio headphones than the AKG K371. The Audio-Technica have a more stable fit that feels much better built, and their frequency response is more consistent among users. On the other hand, the AKG’s sound profile is slightly more accurate and leak less audio.

Which is better Bose or Audio Technica?

The Bose are a lot more comfortable than the Audio-Technica. The Audio-Technica, on the other hand, are a more critical listening-focused headphone, with a better-balanced sound and a wired design that has no latency.

Is Audio-Technica better than Beats?

The Audio-Technica ATH-M50x are better headphones for neutral sound than the Beats Studio3 Wireless. Although they’re both closed-back, over-ear headphones, the Audio-Technica have a more neutral sound and a slightly better passive soundstage.

Which is the best headphone brand?

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Does AKG k72 have a mic?

These AKG Headphones are here to ensure that you get to listen to all your favourite music in style and comfort. The exposed headband design helps keep the headphones light….AKG K72 Closed-back Wired without Mic Headset (Black, On the Ear)

Deep Bass No
Headphone Driver Units 40 mm
With Microphone No

Is AKG k72 flat?

AKG K-72 is a professionally designed studio headphone targeted to low-entry audio engineers/music artists. The headphones have a bit of color in sound beginning with the mids, emphasized towards high-end of the audio spectrum whereas the bass is colorless – flat.

Is Audio Technica good?

Audio-Technica is a well-known brand that offers headphones at more affordable price points. While they produce a sound that can rival higher-end models, they tend to have less than stellar builds. However, these headphones are exceedingly well-balanced and offer good a price-to-performance ratio.

Is Audio-Technica good?

Are in ear monitors good for listening to music?

While in-ear monitors don’t have active noise canceling, they do block most noise from the surrounding area. Even at low volumes, it’s unlikely you’ll hear anything in your environment. This means you can play audio at a reasonable level while maintaining noise-cancellation properties.

What are the reviews for the Ath M50?

User rating, 4.7 out of 5 stars with 73 reviews. User rating, 4.7 out of 5 stars with 7 reviews. User rating, 1 out of 5 stars with 1 review.

What makes Audio-Technica m50xbt wireless over the ear headphones?

They just sound extremely good, better than most in the price class. Audio-Technica has sold tons of the M50’s because they are simply excellent headphones. What makes the M50-xBT different is that they are wireless, using Bluetooth connectivity. I’ve had many other Bluetooth headphones, and also several RF wireless headphones.

Is there a Bluetooth adapter for the ath-m50x?

Asked 3 years ago by KeenEarring. I am a big fan of the ATH-M50X. You can buy a Bluetooth adapter for $50 that will plug directly into the headphone. This puts you at $200 all-in. The model number for the adapter is BAL-M50X.

What kind of headphones do Audio Technica make?

These Audio-Technica headphones are light years ahead of those old wireless headphones I previously owned. Audio-Technica was able to keep the sound quality of their well-known wired M50’s in a wireless design that removes the umbilical cord so you can roam freely (up to 30 feet).