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Audio-Technica ATH-CK7

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Overall 7

User Review

FarCry, head-fi.org
11 April 2013
  • Summary: CK7 earphone is a nice detailed ear piece with titanium housing which makes it very durable. For me, although i am not using it very often this works the same as it used to be the first day i bought it. They require burn in time at least 100 hours and you can definitely tell the difference in the bass section and the mids.       Comfort: i would recommend to be worn over the ear because the drivers have a bit weight due to the titanium housing.
  • Pros: Elegant bass, good mids, ok highs
  • Cons: Not very detailed, rather small soundstage, not very good instrument separation
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Overall 6

User Review

the wizard of oz, head-fi.org
3 November 2010
  • Summary: I ordered the Audio-Technica ATH-CK7(S) Titanium Earphones to replace my Sony MDR-EXQ1's in terms of a comfortable pair of earphones, with SQ hopefully at least as good as the EX90's. First Impressions It seems I may need to find something else with the SQ of the EX90's and the fit of the EXQ1, as so far I am a little disappointed by the CK7's... The mids of the EX90's sound better.
  • Pros: Durable build, hopefully the cable too; decent SQ, maybe even good
  • Cons: Durability of the cable maybe; took a long time to burn-in & bass & mids not satisfactory : bass heavy these are.
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Overall 8

User Review

redrich2000, head-fi.org
17 June 2010
  • Summary: I think these are a great portable option for those who don't like full in-ear phones. These are comfortable, easy to get in and out, don't completely cut you off from the world and they are durable.   SQ wise I think they are very good, much better than a lot of the semi in-ear canal phones I have tried. they are reasonably balances and detailed. Although they have that slightly bloated in the bass, but MUCH less so than most canal phones.
  • Pros: Great detail and balance, durable, comfy, stylish...
  • Cons: Have that slight AT artificial/bloated mids and bass
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Overall 9

User Review

shake, head-fi.org
12 June 2010
  • Summary: These are the most expensive IEMs I've ever owned, so take my review with whatever seasoning you may need.   Bass:  I don't know if these will totally blow away bassheads, but I'm sure these will at lease appease them; I know sometimes I feel a little nauseous with these on and I'm listening to something like Sarah McLachlan - Fallen (Gabriel & Dresden Mix), so these things do not lack bass at all.
  • Pros: Sound, comfort, isolation, miniscule microphonics
  • Cons: Cable.
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