Summary: I have owned a pair of ADG1s for a few months now & can easily say they are top tier amongst all the gaming headsets I have ever used. The soundstage & directional accuracy are great & they are very good for games like Battlefield in particular.
Disappointment. The sound from this headset is not worth ...
28 December 2014
Summary: Very high expectations coming from this headset, the manufactuer, and the description of the item. One word to describe my feelings: Disappointment. The sound from this headset is not worth the price tag.
Sound quality, comfort, and a sharp look - look no further!
5 July 2014
Summary: Hello! With the low amount of Amazon reviews on the Audio Technica ADG1's, I'm happy to add another one to the pile for any prospective buyers. To note, I'm not an audiophile, and most headphones I've owned in the past were geared toward gaming rather than also being able to function for music.
Summary: Short and sweet review. + Coming from a set of Astro A40's, the definition in clarity is fairly substantial. Everything appears a lot more clearer especially in the mid to high end. As per previous reviews, you don't get any muddy bass.
Exceptional long-duration comfort, mic size, integration, and overall headphone sound quality.
28 March 2014
Summary: For the price, you are definitely getting what you are paying for in quality and design, and I believe it has a clear edge on its competition for long-duration comfort, mic size, integration, and overall headphone sound quality. Ease of installation was nice and smooth.
While immesively expensive, the ADG1 is worth every single penny
8 January 2014
Summary: Hello, this is D-Day, here with a special review of the Audio Techinca ADG1. Now, before I begin, let me explain some things. DISCLAIMER NOTE: Yes I am aware, at the time of this writing, Audio Technica had just annouced these gaming headsets at CES 2014.
Summary: Review for the Audio-Technica ATH-ADG1 I bought a pair of the Audio-Technica ATH-ADG1 to compliment my ATH-AG1 gaming headset. These are strictly open back headphones, that means there’s nothing on the outside of the ear cups blocking the sound, so there’s a boot 70% more leakage of sound coming out...