Summary: As a teen, I sold mid- to high-end audio equipment, and I have also worked as a professional musician and singer. The Audio Technica ATH M50X are infinitely superior, audiophile-quality, true "professional monitor headphones".
Summary: A great pair of editing headphones - the only quip about them is that sometimes they begin to hurt my head, but that's not enough to stop me from using them. I highly recommend them if you're looking for something "pro" at this price point --
Great for Dubstep, pop, classic, and all other kinds of music
4 August 2015
Summary: When i first started looking at these headphones i was afraid that it would not live op to my bass loving music taste, there where absolutely no reason to be worried, these are great for dubstep and hardstyle.
Pros: Fantastic sound quality, It has a very good fit (On my head at least), It comes with 3 different cables and a bag
Cons: There's some sound leak, but not to bad. You will use them way to much and become deaf.
Excerpt: I have pair of Klipsch M40 headphones and, while I love their sound, I find they are too heavy and clamp my head too tight to be comfortable for more than short periods. When I saw these on Sale here at Adorama, I decided to give them a try since there seemed to be a lot of very glowing reviews.
Excerpt: I have always sought out the best possible reproduced (music) sound since hearing the difference between AM radio and FM radio back in late 40's. I've Listened to lots of equipment, read lots of reviews, looked at countless frequency curves, bought lots of equipment over the years.