Audio-Technica ATH-E70

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3-Way In-Ear Headphones

  • 3 Way system: 1x Bass, 1x Mid, 1x High
  • Frequency range: 20 - 19,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 109 dB / mW
  • Impedance: 39 Ohm
  • Detachable cable
  • Cable length 160 cm
  • Angled 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
  • Colour headphones: Black/transparent
  • Cable colour: Transparent
  • Incl. Transport bag, 3.5 mm to 6.3 mm jack adapter, silicone and foam padding
Available since September 2016
Item number 393612
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Number of Ways 3
Removable Cable Yes
Ambience No
Colour Black
Bass Boost No
Midrange Boost No
HiFi No
Allround Yes
Application Allround
Number of Drivers 3
Cable Length 160
Impedance 39 Ohms
Sensitivity 109 dB
Earmold possible No
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Worth every penny
susman 19.07.2019
I was looking for a good quality IEMs, mainly for HiFi and some monitoring on-the-go.

I tried quite a few different IEMs, including these praised Chinese "5 BAs/3 BA+Dynamic" miracles. Spoiler alert: don't fall for it, Chinese may put 10 BA drivers into one earphone, but there's no proper engineering/tuning, so it really doesn't matter how many drivers they may put, if they don't tune them.

I stopped my search once I heard ATH-E70. This pair is just the best 300 EUR can get.

It's 3 BA drivers, very well engineered, very balanced sound - although it does depend a lot on silicone/foam buds you'd be using.

None of the included silicone buds ( foam buds cut highs, I dropped them immediately ) fit my ears, I have generic replacement buds lying around that fit very well, so that ( the only ) problem is solved.

ATH-E70 are highly recommended for any application IEMs may be used for.
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Never been as dissapointed in a pair of IEMs as with these.
radumuntean 27.12.2023
I've been playing live for over 10 years and also work as a FOH engineer. I ordered these based on the many many great reviews, thinking they couldn't miss on a price tag so high.

These are honestly one of the worst pairs of IEMs I've tried. Contrary to the reviews:
- They have little to no bass (tried with all rubber & foam fits). Was taken aback by this as all reviews said the bass is heavy.
- They have a horrible splashy high frequency boost (5-6K) that needs heavy EQing, and no 'air' or presence.
- They are flat as can be, even flatter than my HD650's mixing headphones. They sound like the heapdhones you get to use on an airplane.

I can't believe it, I am not saying this lightly: I am EXTREMELY dissapointed.

For this price tag I expected stellar sound. I honestly can't believe it and almost feel like I've gotten a different or malfunctional product from what's been advertised. They sound worse than my 100EUR Shures that have a nice rounded bass. Hell, they sound worse than my Anker bluetooth in-ears or the 70eur cheap chinese pair of IEMs that own.

I just can't explain this.

The only thing that these have going for them is really really good isolation and comfort. Build quality is also good.

Will return these ASAP.
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Serious upgrade from SE215
GarethOB 16.10.2019
I used to use a set of SE215s for my in ear monitoring but it always felt very muddy/poorly defined. I thought this was down to getting a mono feed, but a friend encouraged me to upgrade.

It's a night and day difference with the ATH-e70. They are more expensive, but a good bit cheaper than the triple driver shures, and honestly they're at least as good. It's made a world of difference with my in ear monitoring!
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Excellent and value for money IEM
Tim1959 17.07.2019
I have been researching the best possible IEM at a sensible price for some time now. Previously I used a Klipsch X10i which has proved OK but lacking in a balanced output - not enough lower mid and bass. At any rate, they are literally falling apart!
I trust Audio Technica as a company and the ATH-E70s confirmed this trust. Excellent build quality and really comfortable. Soundwise - again, excellent ie reasonably balanced across the range with no glaring issues. Great sound stage and dynamics. Bass is a tad elevated with a complete ear seal, but I'd rather that than be irritated by excessive treble.
Only gripe - had to buy some large comply tips. Not much to moan about then :-)
Thomann also excellent - extra year warranty the reason I went with them.
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