Audio Technica Headphones

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Audio Technica ATH-M50x

Latest review: The soundstage is very good and it has great bass. You can quite easily distinguish notes and sounds from each other in a song. The difference between my old earbuds (samsung defaults) was night and

Audio Technica ATH-M40x

Latest review: I listen to spotify (reggae, easy listening), use these for netflix also. Perfect for me. Cable detachable, which means if broken you can replace it, sound quality very good - these are flat lined

Audio Technica ATH-ANC9

Latest review: Sound quality is only ok for the price. One thing for sure is that this is not comfortable at all. Wear it only for a couple of minutes and I sweat all over. Noise cancellation feature is average, it

Audio Technica ATH-E40

Latest review: This is an older model in Audio-Technica's catalogue, something that becomes very apparent in the design. It's neither slick or immediately comfortable. You'll need to fiddle with it to get it to

Audio Technica ATH-DSR7BT

Latest review: The Best Wireless headphones I ever had! Highly recommended, crystal clear sound and Ultra-comfortable, soft, memory foam earpads and headband wearing for a long day. With the Pure Digital Drive

Audio Technica MSR7NC

Latest review: If you want portable over ears with good isolation and very good sound quality, these are about as good as you can find. Their noise cancelling isn't as good as Bose, Sony or sennheiser, but the

Audio Technica ATH-PRO700MK2

Latest review: Sounds come through perfectly. Sits well / comfortably over my (big) ears. I love the masculine look although others may not or find it a little bulky ... it's a matter of subjective taste. A little

Audio Technica ATH-M20x

Latest review: I bought these headphones as I didn't want on-ear headphones and instead wanted something that would envelope my ears. These headphones are wired and are great value for money. I use them every

Audio Technica ATH-MSR7

Latest review: I've lost count of the number of headphones I've bough over the last 40 years. I even spent over $1000 for a pair in the 1980s. These Audio Technica ATH-MSR7 are hands down the best I've heard.

Audio Technica ATH-LS50iS

Latest review: Pros: -Great sound quality -Solid build quality Cons: -Expensive, might be able to find just as good or even better earphones for cheaper -Sound is a little muddy, may be adjustable if you

Audio Technica ATH-LS70IS

Latest review: Audio Technica has launched a new line of IEMs and it appears they have another winner. Package: Not much to write about. The usual high quality boxing you get from Audio-Technica. Unlike

Audio Technica ATH-CKS55i

Latest review: I've been using these are my main earphones with my phone and other devices and they've held up really well. I'm no audio expert, but I've been very happy with the sound quality. I also haven't had

Audio Technica ATH-ANC33is

Latest review: I have a pair of Sony noise cancelling in ear phones which are pretty effective. I forgot to take them with on my last flight, so bought these with similar expectations (since the configuration is

Audio Technica ATH-ANC70

Latest review: Happy with the sound quality of the headphones but the poor quality covering on the ear pads totally lets them down. The covering started to disintegrate well within 12 months of purchase. The ear

Audio Technica ATH-ANC40BT

Latest review: I first bought these earphones for the noise cancelling aspect because I work in a factory with a lot of background noise, can answer phone and play music and audio books, my boss had a pair, they

Audio-Technica ATH-CK330i

Latest review: I purchased these at Adelaide Airport. They were supposed to be a reputable brand (that may be true), but whoever designed these needs to look for another job. I'm a male (96 kg), and I fitted the

Audio Technica ATH-ADG1