Reviews and Problems with Audio-Technica ATH-M40FS
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Good for the $
bruceferrara, B&H Photo
2 weeks ago
Excerpt: Nice headphones for general use. They sound fine and can make one happy for casual listening. I gave them away though for I though they are good for the $, they sound a bit congested, not quiet open enough.
Excerpt: I replaced my old jvc headphones which are great, with these. I was very surprised at how great the quality is for the price. I did a lot of researching trying to find a good HP that doesn't cost a lot. this is it! I use these mostly for home studio recording and it grabs the highs, mids and lows as good or better than my old expensive pair of jvc headphones. highly recommend, no complaints!
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Highs Lows Bass, Great Sound, Lightweight
Excerpt: Prior to these headphones , I used the generic brands that you get for 10-20 bucks in the market. I had the Sennheiser IE-4 earphones reserved for listening to music but after my Sennheiser earphones got shattered during moving, I went on a hunt for a good overall headset that I could use with any of my devices. This was back in 2009, when there was no Beats craze doing rounds rather the Audio Technica , Bose and Sennheiser headphones were the deal.
Excerpt: It has been hard for me to find a reasonably priced set of cans with sound this good. I need headphones I can wear for extended periods of time and these fit the bill. Very happy with good service from B&H.
Excerpt: I have these hooked to my soundblaster Zx sound card in a windows 7 pc. I have been listning to various lossless from hdtracks. I was using a pair of Grado SR60 and notice an improvement in overall detail. They are easy on the head, not too tight or heavy. I enjoy them and have no complaints or regreats about buying them. B&H as usual is top noch. Had them shipped out quickly and arrived without incident.
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound