Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica ATH-FC700
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7 November 2010
Summary: These headphones have commendable bass and very clear and distinct trembles. Remarkably, it feels great in your ears; I could listen to my music for hours with the headphones. It offers quite a bit of noise cancellation, but I've seen other headphones that are better. Regardless, the things that got me going for these are its acceptable physical appearance and its ability to have two attachable cords, initially it would be about 1.6 feet to perhaps 1.9 feet without an...
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: This lightweight headphone serves me well in the office or when traveling. I have been lucky enough to try out some very high end headphones, and these rival some far more expensive models in terms of sound quality. Tonally these remind me of Sennheiser full size 'phones -- neutral, very detailed, with tight (not boomy) bass. These do not seal out outside sounds very much, but also do not "leak" and disturb people around you.
Pros: Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, Stylish
Summary: These headphones sound great overall, and are comfortable for long periods, on-ear type. I use with Sony Walkman (sounds much better than iPod!) and computer use at work or home. Good bass and sound range, and they fold for travel use and come with a storage pouch. 2-year warranty. Compared to similar (but $30 lower cost) Sony MDR-V150 I have, these are more efficient, that is play louder with a portable player, and have better overall sound. Recommended.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound
Summary: I bought these headphones because of the brand's reputation as well as from the feedback left by others. I was not disappointed. If you're used to standard ipod headphones, these will blow you away. If you're used to earbuds, you will find the over the ear design awkward at first, but the warmth and depth of the sound will be worth the adjustment. Given the price, these were a no-brainer. I use them every day and it never ceases to amaze me how great they sound.
Pros: Attractive Design, Compact, Durable, Easy To Set Up, Great Sound Quality
Summary: Great value. Just enough power for the IPOD. Also very light weight which allows use at the gym or running outside. Only negative and this is just being picky I wish the headphones were a bit tighter fitting over the head.
Summary: These are headphones that bring nuance to listening music. They can compare with sennheiser and boss headphones that are priced much higher. For [$], this is a huge value.Highs are crisp without being clicky, the bass is actually pronounced without being muddy at any volume setting. The mids, lows and highs are all well balanced, nothing overpowers the other.
Pros: Comfortable, Compact, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound
Summary: ...ist der Kopfhörer spitze. Je nach Angebot. Mehr als, sagen wir 35 Euro, würde ich nicht ausgeben. Der Klang ist ausgeglichen, hat Höhen die nicht unangenehm werden und Bass, der nicht undifferenziert wummert. Die Verarbeitung ist etwas klapprig, zusammenfalten und transportieren könnte auch irgendwie leichter sein (ohne dass man ständig Angst um ihn haben muss), aber darüber kann man hinweg sehen.
Summary: Ich erinnere mich einen Test über die FC700 in einer Stereoplay-Ausgabe gelesen zu haben. Dort kam der Kopfhörer nicht sonderlich gut weg. Kurzgesagt: Unaufgeregt und langweilig. Die Spitzenposition in diesem Test erreichte der AKG-K430. Nun, da man so einem Fachmagazin auch gerne Glauben schenkt, habe ich mir den AKG-K430 zu Gemüte geführt und war schlichtweg enttäuscht. Da hörte ich aufgeblähte Bässe, wenige Details und belegte Höhen.