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Audio-technica-ath-a900x.33234649
9.5 out of 10

Audio-Technica ATH-A900X

Audiophile -quality headphones with aluminum housing Closed- Read more

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Reference headphones

MARIUS G., Newegg
3 January 2014
  • Pros: Comfortable, closed back, wide stage sound, neutral sound, reference headphones in audiophiles world (head-fi).
  • Cons: NONE
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Update on a earlier review

Carl M., Newegg
20 May 2013
  • 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. if you have onboard audio, then the first thing you should be doing is getting a better source as a better sound card or dac. Before you get the headphones or any good headphones. You do not want Boomy bassor One note bass is Where the bass is the same boom over and over and over.
  • 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, they are not boomy at all. The headphones works great for Eletronic music including Dubstep,DnB and any other heavy drum and bass music. When you first listen to the headphone...
  • Cons: none major
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User Review

theAKtruth, Walmart
13 December 2012
  • Summary: Classic case of you get what you pay for. 100% satisfied in all aspects. Decided on audio technica after plenty of positive feedback. Turn up the volume and it absolutely pumps. Crystal clear representation.
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User Review

theAKtruth, Walmart
13 December 2012
  • Summary: Classic case of you get what you pay for. 100% satisfied in all aspects. Decided on audio technica after plenty of positive feedback. Turn up the volume and it absolutely pumps. Crystal clear representation.
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Perfection!

Becky F., Newegg
14 November 2012
  • 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 gets no better than this.
  • 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.
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Great Headphone

Carl M., Newegg
9 August 2012
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User Review

Dash8, Walmart
4 August 2012
  • Summary: but Walmart REALLY should get in the habit of posting valuable specs. not just the cord length and driver diameter, but frequency response (which can take many google pages to find) and max input power, so you don't try jacking the power on your computer with an inferior set of headphones... Anyway, these awesome headphones have a response rating of 5-40,000Hz, and input power of 2 Watts (2,000mW). Compared to the BEST of the 'average', 10-27,000Hz, and 1,000mW.
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Great for desktop usage

Victor C., Newegg
7 July 2012
  • 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 ears.
  • 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 increase linearly with price.
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User Review

Bagheera, head-fi.org
21 February 2012
  • Summary: Comparison Review: ATH-A9X, ATH-A900X, AKG K550 Edition 2   I have decided to update this review, not only because I've spent some more time with both the K550 and the A900X, but because I found frequency response measurements for both of them on Golden Ears. I know not everyone likes the way they measure, but since there are no professional reviews of A900X other than on DigitalVersus, and since you shouldn't compare measurements taken by different websites/reviewers, I...
  • Pros: Detailed, sparkly treble. Warm, engaging mids. Good sound stage and positioning.
  • Cons: Bass too boomy and not linear enough.
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User Review

chili dude96, head-fi.org
21 February 2012
  • Summary: Sound Treble: The treble is awesome. The high notes aren't sharp or sibilant, they just sound effortless. Mid-Range: The midrange is a strong part of the A900Xs. Male and Female vocals sound warm and rich, but don't overpower the treble or the bass. Bass: The bass is tight and controlled. That is not to say its bad, I think its very good. For people who want boomy bass, this isn't for them. But for most people, it has a very nice, controlled, but still full bass.
  • Pros: Huge Soundstage! Great Detail, Clarity, Imaging, and Instrument Seperation. Very Balanced!
  • Cons: Some may not like the fit, others (such as me) find these some of the most comfortable headphones.
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