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Audio-Technica ATH-M70x Professional Monitor Headphones

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  • M-Series flagship model, tuned for extremely accurate reproduction and carefully crafted using key metal components for lasting durability
  • Proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers with rare earth magnetsand copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils
  • Extended response accurately reproduces extreme low and highfrequencies while maintaining perfect balance
  • Circumaural design contours around the ears for excellent soundisolation in loud environments
  • 90 degree swiveling earcups for easy, one-ear monitoring
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style: Headphones

The latest addition to the critically acclaimed M-Series line, the ATH-M70x professional monitor headphones feature proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers and are tuned to accurately reproduce extreme low and high frequencies (5 to 40,000 Hz) while maintaining perfect balance. They are ideal for studio mixing and tracking, FOH, DJing, mastering, post-production, audio forensics and personal listening. Crafted for lasting durability with space-saving design, the headphones provide excellent sound isolation and are equipped with 90 degree swiveling earcups for easy, one-ear monitoring.

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style:Headphones
Item Weight 2.6 pounds
Product Dimensions 4.1 x 11.4 x 10 inches
Shipping Weight 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B00SC80YLM
Item model number ATH-M70x
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4.3 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #15,856 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
#70 in Musical Instruments > Recording Equipment > Headphone & In-Ear Audio Monitors > Headphones
Date first available at Amazon.com January 22, 2015

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This is my video review from the MKBHD YouTube Channel.

I've used these headphones for about of week for a lot of music listening, and some video production to get an idea of what they're for and how they perform.

They're well-built, lightweight, comfortable headphones with a flat sound signature for a studio environment. I'm a fan.
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For people who are complaining that there is no bass - Please understand that these are professional studio monitoring headphones and so the sound has a neutral gradient (and they are supposed to be that way). If you really want just bass or colored sound (modulated for listening pleasure), then you have to opt something else.
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You have to be living under a rock not to be familiar with ATH-M50 headphones and their latest M50x model which introduced detachable cables. With thousands of 5-star reviews on Amazon and still crowned as #1 Best Seller, you don’t have to take my word about their popularity. After my recent review of ATH-MSR7 where I discovered it being a more reference quality upscale version, it still wasn’t clear to me if these going to be an upgrade to M50x. Now with introduction of M70x model, I was very intrigued to find out how these new headphones going to sound, and perhaps wishfully thinking it’s going to be an upgrade to M50x. To my surprise it looks like Audio-Technica decided to completely rewrite the book with these headphones, to the point where everything from a design to a sound signature has been changed in this new M-series flagship model. Here is what I found.

Starting with a packaging, it’s nearly identical to M50x and has the same redesigned (in comparison to the original M50) large rectangular carton box. The graphics and the entire layout of the front and the back of the box is nearly the same between M50x and M70x, with an only exception of the updated Spec and Accessories. Don’t expect to see intimate design details like those found with IM-series or CKR-series or the latest MSR7 model. Something tells me it’s not an accident those are omitted, considering M-series is geared more toward studio musicians rather than headphone listening enthusiasts. But either way, you get a great overview of the design, accessories, and the spec, and will also pick up a few hints of what to expect.
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I compared the M50x with the M70x just today. I bought the M50x 2 weeks ago and loved them. A real thick solid sounding pair of headphones. A week later, I find out the M70x's are now available (which I was not aware of or I would have waited). My reason for buying a new pair of headphones in the first place was for mixing and mastering music ...research brought me to the M50x. I was looking for an un-enhanced sound, a flat natural sound with no extra lows or highs, just a pure true sound ...and I was impressed with the M50x's. Now, today I had the chance to A/B the M50x and the M70x ...I spent a good hour going back and forth between headphones listening to 24bit recordings. And my final conclusion is ...the M70x!! The extra $100 for these (I'm guessing) is not only for the solid structure ...but the sound is definitely more pure in my opinion. The M50x has slightly more bass when compared ...the M70x has more clarity and a cleaner sound. It is very slight but definitely a difference. Both are absolutely amazing pair of headphones. If you're looking for an enhanced bass frequency, I'd go with the M50x ...and if you're looking for more clarity and a cleaner sound, the M70x
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Reading the negative reviews on the products prompted me to write this for these headphones. I will agree that the high price doesn't justify the lack of premium materials used. Most of the materials used on these headphones are a matte plastic similar to the others in the M series. This is my only gripe, though, as these headphones finally stick to what the M in the ATH-M series stands for: studio monitors. Unlike the other M series cans, which have a V shaped sound signature, with detailed bass and highs with a less accentuated mids, the M70x has a flat sound signature. A flat signature produces a neutral sound that is desired when the user is mixing and producing or just into a detailed listening. A flat sound signature isn't as enjoyable to listen to for the average consumer. These headphones therefore sound anemic compared to the others in the M series, but they are one of the best closed back monitors I have used, that flat sound signature is what I wanted when I purchased these and that's what I got. If you want a pair of headphones for everyday listening, these aren't for you. If you are into creating music, then these are what you want. Furthermore, these are extremely comfortable and light.
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If you're looking for headphones that you plug into your iPod and listen to your music with on the go, these aren't for you. Still, don't be turned away with the 1-star reviews. If you're a producer like me, these are PERFECT. A little pricey, yes, but still better than anything Beats has ever done or ever will do. Just to be clear, these are NOT headphones for average listeners, these are headphones for people who produce music and need the flattest EQ possible. However, these can still be used for casual listening and sound amazing if you use an equalizer. If you don't like the price tag, you can substitute these with a pair of Sennheiser HD 598's or even a pair of Sony MDR-V6 monitors. Both have a similar EQ and sound great, but the Audio-Technica ATH-M70x has the most accurate sound I've heard in any headphones under $500, and I've used a LOT.
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