Music through the Audio-Technica ATH-M50s moves and excites me!
James Pearson, Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: Following an intensive headphone Internet research project I narrowed my search down to three headphone models. I was looking for closed back, over ear headphones that were both comfortable and had a degree of passive noise reduction to block out background sound (and limit sound leakage). I was looking for ‘studio’ headphones with a flat response, i.e. not bass and treble heavy.
Summary: I bought the white pair and this was the single best audio decision i have ever made. The audio quality is second to none for the price point and these still surprise me a year later. I hear bits of music that I have never heard before with much more clarity. Ive owned Beats and honestly side by side the Beats have nothing on them. The only "downside" is that they are quite large but, they are monitor headphones.
... Fleetwood Mac dire straits and too fighters all sound brilliant you can really here all the fine detail in ...
Otis pug, Amazon
25 January 2015
Summary: I am very impressed with these headphones everything I have heard about them being exhalent value for money is true the one thing that did surprise me was how punchy the bass is I was expecting them to sound much more neutral in tone all the music I've played such as Fleetwood Mac dire straits and too fighters all sound brilliant you can really here all the fine detail in the music the highest the MIDs and the bass are all in proportion the bass doe's not sound...
Summary: These are the best headphones money can buy (ok, for under £350). I've listened to Beats, I used to have Sony MDR700 (which I used to DJ in big clubs) and these are by far the best sound quality, build quality and overall quality for this money I think you'll ever get. I think there are two choices when it comes to headphones. You either buy beats, if you want the branding and the looks. You buy Audio Technica ATH-M50s if you care about what you're listening to.