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The Audio-Technica ATH-A900 Audiophile Closed-Back Dynamic Headphones offer unmatched listening pleasure in their class. These A900 headphones feature a Double Air Damping System (D.A.D.S). This system creates a deep resonating bass reproduction and the vocal projection is stunning. The A900 headphones are designed with a unique patented vibration-proof 3D Wing Support Housing to give comfortable support and an outstanding listening experience.
The perfect blend of comfort and sonic quality. They deliver audiophile-quality sound, with large aperture 53mm drivers and 2,000mW max. power handling to give you volume and crystal clarity. AT's new 3D Wing Support Housing provides comfortable support to make your listening experience enjoyable in every aspect.
Bought a pair of these back in the day for $200. They were the most comfortable headphones I'd ever worn other than earbuds. Read more
Man, these are the most comfrotable earphones I've ever worn. They're also very durable. They also produce excellent, excellent sound and isolate that sound well. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Max
Audiotechnica should be absolutely ashamed of themselves for putting such amazing headphone speakers into a chassis with such brittle pivot points. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Bradley D. Mosbacher
Great "cans"! Would like to be able to icrease clamping pressure which might increase isolation. Overall response from bass to treble is reasonably flat.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
Trying to find the best bang for my buck in very high quality audiophile headphones. Came down to these and very pleased with my decision. Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by Ghost
What a bummer as AT is such a quality company and usually produces very solid headphones. The ATH-A900's are definitely an exception to this generalization. They are gigantic! Read morePublished on April 19, 2013 by Suspect
Audio-Technica was originally established in 1962, in Tokyo's Shinjuku-ku, by Hideo Matsushita, and initially designed phonograph cartridges. Read morePublished on October 20, 2012 by Headphone Commute