Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica ATH-PRO700
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Great for children!
27 January 2011
Summary: If you like headphones that sound good, these do. If you like headphones that fit well and are comfortable to wear, these don’t and aren’t.
Pros: Best sounding headphones I have ever heard ever in my life ever.
Cons: Whoever designed these headphones must have been a master of comedy. On the one hand they sound phenomenal. Everything I listen to sounds great – full and detailed. On the other hand, after about ten minutes, I can’t stand wearing them anymore because my ears hurt. The pads don’t fit all the way ...
Summary: there great earphones but not for the price they ask for.I got them on sale for 115 $ and not the regular price of 280$ thank goodnes .HMMM makes u wonder why there discounted for such a long while. No buyers?
Pros: Great for watching blu rays and hearing music .Surround sound is awsome.Bass is at regular sound .Not made for heavy bass.Build solid not easy to break .Made in japan
Cons: Not much of a differance from my 50$ sony MDR-XB500 .. Only diferance is the sonys are comfortable and the adio-technicas are not . They hurt after an 2 hours use and my ears dont fit all the way in the earmuffs. I think of them bieng made for little kids.
Pros: There Audio-Technica -Sounds great from lows to highs. Feels like the musics inside your head rather then coming from Left to Right Speakers
Cons: There very uncomfortable. Don't cover my entire ear (I have small ears btw) I beared with it and got used to it after 4 hours of use. but there too uncomfortable for long use. The Bass may be great and it can push the extremely low bass, Theres no power behind the lows to enjoy them. Bass isn't e...
Summary: I did quite a bit of online researching, going through forums, and making my own comparison chart. The ATH-PRO700 SV was the best choice for the money. Currently listening to Dragonette and I have to tell you that it's a fun experience.
Pros: Just got these in a few hours ago, I have been listening to some .flac files through my 8GB Sansa Clip+. + Straight connection to your mp3 player (Ipod, Zune, Sansa...etc.), 1/8" (3.5 mm). + Nice length for walking around with a mp3 player. + Comes with a screw on adapter to a 1/4" (6.3 mm). + So...
Cons: Some thoughts after an hour of the headphones on. - They are a bit tight on my head. I know I said a a few thoughts, but that seems to be the only thing I feel that takes away from the headphone, they are a bit tight, hopefully they will expand a little bit after some use.
Pros: Oh man, I based this purchase on the other comments and man what a good decision it was. at first i was blown away then i heard a little snapling but that was cause my shotty audio front panel connector plugged them in the back and man so glad i got these. Highs are good they go around the ear no...
Summary: Overall, these headphones were exactly what I figured they would be for the price I paid for them.
Pros: The sound quality on these things are perfect. No distortion from bass whatsoever. While they aren't active noise canceling, they block out enough noise that you can't hear anything anyways. Sturdy construction, I don't have to worry about snapping them in half by picking them up. Long, stretchin...
Cons: Could use some extra padding...they get a bit uncomfortable on your head after a few hours; but nothing unbearable.
Excerpt: I use it for 2 years, I love the sound, and comfort, but the quality ends there: it is entirely plastic and less than a year he was broken in two places I do not use But as at home in conditions quite normal. Short to avoid absolutely prefer him a headphone of metal, for the same price it is easy.