Summary: First, I gotta say that I never review any of the products that I have bought because I am just lazy....However, I felt that I needed to say something when I found thing so amazing!!! Was it worth it for 3x the price of my M30? YES!!! I would not hesitate to spend it over again if I could.
Summary: Firstly, I pre-ordered these when the original release date was Feb 28 2014, and my tentative delivery was from the 13th - 20th March. HOWEVER, the release date was pushed back to 19th March instead, and it kinda pissed me off that I couldn't get these babies in my hands sooner.
Summary: Disclaimer: I am not an audiophile. Color - White Appearance - I picked White for the swag factor. It has swag. - Silver ring on the outside of the cups and metal "L/R" designators give it a classy look to balance out the plastic Comfort - Extremely soft/plushy ear cups, and sufficient padding on...
Summary: I purchased these after reading all the raving reviews around the internet. I have never owned anything by Audio Technica before so I wasn't sure what to expect. They have an excellent sound range from 20Hz, (which is the lowest I can hear personally), to the highest notes that I would care to...
MarkInTheGardens from Palm Beach Gardens, FL, Sonic Electronix
14 March 2014
Conclusion: First, I ordered some A-T M50s from another source (MF) and after a couple of weeks on "back order" they told me they could no longer get them. Apparently, A-T had a newer version coming out and these became in short supply.
Pros: The comfort is incredible, they fit perfectly. Well built, good materials. Sound quality is great. I enjoy rocking out and they defiantly do that. Now, I am a PC gamer so they are used partially for gaming and the rest for music. They are really impressive on both ends!
Summary: Just got my Ath M50x's and wow they look much better in person, the material on the ear cups looks sweet and is very soft. I got the white ones and the whole frame looks very sleek. The headphone cords are very thick and the locking mechanism works great.
IBEW Rich from San Bernardino, Ca., Sonic Electronix
28 January 2014
Conclusion: I have a lot of music stored in my computer. Plugging these headphones on the computer is a no no or direct to a receiver. Buy a headphone amp and use it as an intermediary device between your computer and a receiver. I bought the audioengine D1 headphone amp and connected it directly.