Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica ATH-A700x
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Review of ATH-A700X headphones
Caleb C., Newegg
2 March 2014
Pros: Excellent headphones I'm very satisfied with them, in fact I'm wearing then right now listening to music. They are defiantly the most comfortable headphones I could probably wear them all day because your head never get that achy feeling because of the 2 small pads that rest on your head unlike a...
Cons: They are a bit bigger than I was expecting around the ears but It's not a problem.
An excellent, well-rounded, highly affordable product.
22 February 2014
Summary: Not being a stranger to audiophile quality headphones, and after owning my fair share of headgear, these cans offer an excellent and reliable sound stage that offers a neutral listening experience.
Summary: Buy a Zalman clip mic if you need a microphone attached to your headphones.
Pros: Having gone through tons of forums and searching all across the Internet, then compiling all the data I found, everything pointed to this particular headphone. Coupled with a nice sound card, and boosting the EQ of lows and highs while lowering the mids (the standard for any pair of headphones), ...
Summary: The most important thing you need to know is that this headphone will let you hear the flaws of your music collection if you have low bit rate mp3's as we.. the flaws of your source.
Pros: These headphones improved alot over the course of using them. At first the bass was there not as much. But now the bass has improved alot which was the first thing I notice as it let you know its there and hit hard too. The headphones bass on these headphones are hard hitting ,while being tight, ...
Summary: With so many choices in the headphone market available, something must set this pair apart as a good purchase. I would say that the ATH-A700X is consistently without disappointment. They embrace the reproduction of music. The music sounds as it should with deficits forgiven.
Summary: Bought these with some monster inspirations,beats executives, and AKGs. These are best for someone who has an amplifier. If you are just hooking this into your computer using on board sound..dont waste your money. They will sound like cgarbage and break up/crack/distort.
Pros: Spacious around the ears. Headband is awesome. Allows head to breath Voice reproduction is great the mids on this thing are amazing!
Cons: Bass will kill these... These are not meant for the person who only listens to electronic or rap
Summary: Do not bother with these if you are a computer user without a sound card. You might as well save your money because using your motherboard audio with these amazing gems is like owning a new Lamborghini with all the wheels taken off. These with a good sound card simply gets no better.
Pros: Simply put? These are the best headphones you can buy. I have tried a couple dozen of headphones over the last few years. Nothing comes close. Forget Razer, Beats, Skull Candy, Turtle Beach, and anything else you can think of, look no further. As a gamer, a movie/tv watcher and music listener it ...
Cons: Maybe the price but it's a non factor for myself. It's more than worth it considering the money I have wasted over the years on other brands.
Summary: The company I work for got these for me. I wouldn't have tried them out myself, due to their high price. I don't think I can go back to my old headphones now, though!
Pros: The sound quality is really good! The music is clear, and the large ear cups keep the noise outside. The braided cable is long and doesn't get tangled. These features combined mean I can keep my audio at a lower volume, and still not hear people talking around me, so I'm doing less damage to my e...
Cons: The headphones are quite large, and definitely not very mobile. The great sound quality means you can tell when the recording isn't that good. Last, the price is definitely something to keep in mind. The sound quality is better than what you'd get from cheaper headphones, but the quality does not...