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Audio-Technica ATH-M50 X

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Studio Headphones

  • Closed
  • Circumaural
  • Dynamic
  • 45 mm driver with neodymium magnet system and CCAW voice coils
  • 90-Degree swivelling earcups
  • Frequency range: 15 - 28000 Hz
  • Maximum input power: 1600 mW at 1 kHz
  • Impedance: 38 Ohm
  • Peak SPL: 99 dB
  • Detachable cable
  • 1.2 m coiled cable
  • 1.2 m and 3 m straight cables
  • Weight with cable: 341 g
  • Weight without cable: 287 g
  • Colour: Black
  • Includes 6.3 mm adaptor and bag
Design Over-Ear
System Closed Back
Impedance 38 Ohms
Frequency range 15 Hz–28000 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replaceable Cable Yes
Color Black
Item number 331905
$122
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One of the two best pairs of monitor headphones in this price range
Diogo N. 25.11.2020
After doing a lot of research for what monitor headphones to buy around the 100-150€ price range, I narrowed it down to these or the Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro.
I chose these mostly for the practicality: they are very portable, since you can collapse them, and the cables are removable and exchangeable (two characteristics that the Beyerdynamics do not have).
Having also tried the Beyerdynamics, I can say that these two pairs of headphones are different, but neither is necessarily better. As monitor headphones, they both do an excellent job, and I would say that they are the two best choices in this price range.
The only thing about the Audio-Technicas that I do not rate at 5 stars is the comfort. They are not uncomfortable - in fact, they are very comfortable to wear for the first 30 minutes to an hour. But, after long periods of time wearing them, the band does start do hurt my head, and I find myself having to shift the headphones back and forth so as to change the placing of the band. Keep in mind, this only happens when I wear them for long periods of time, and even then, I think very few headphones would be better in this regard. However, the Beyerdynamics do have a reputation for being the most comfortable headphones out there, so I think they might win in this aspect (although I don't actually have experience wearing the Beyerdynamics for long periods of time).
So, if you value the collapsibility and cable-exchangeability of the Audio-Technicas, choose these. If you value the apparently unbeatable comfort of the Beyerdynamics, chose them.
Hope this review helped!
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Very good purchase
GJmoon 05.11.2020
I would like to say I'm overall very pleased with the purchase as well as with the fast Thomann service. Item exceeded my expectations sound-wise, specially considering the price even though many people praise them.

At first glance headphones might sound a bit too sharp if used to warmer and flatter sound but you get quickly used to and they eventually become your sound benchmark. Lots of clarity and more than enough bass for regular listener who just likes to enjoy the music. They are not perfect monitor (not very flat) but perfect listeners headphones and in general very good headphones in every aspect.

My conclusion would be: They are very reliable partner, go grab them! ;-)

1. Usage:
- home recording
- HiFi
- studio
- rehearsals

2. Used with:
- laptop
- iPhone
- amps
- soundcard

3. Pros:
- good & punchy sound
- good built quality
- three included cables (thumbs up!)
- good weight
- simply fun to listen all kinds of music
- detailed
- no signs of wear after constant use over the 9 months use

4. Cons:
- lack of microphone (cable or built-in)
- can get a bit uncomfortable (not disturbingly) after long listening sessions
- a bit too wide head band for me personally which certainly isn't a deal breaker
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Air Fork One 13.06.2021
Dieser Kopfhörer macht direkt einen guten Eindruck. Er kommt klassisch Karton-verpackt mit hübschem kleinem Tragebeutel und mit zwei verschiedenen Kabeln, einem glatten und einem spiralförmigen.

Der Tragekomfort und die Bauform erinnern stark an einen Sony Klassiker. Genau wie sein vermeintliches Vorbild lässt er sich ebenso nach innen zusammenklappen und so auf eine geringe Transportgröße falten. Gegenüber dem Sony MDR-7506 wurden meiner Meinung nach allerdings einige Punkte maßgeblich verbessert:
- Abziehbare/austauschbare Kabel
- Voluminöserer, vollerer und phasen-neutralerer Sound
- weniger spitze und ermüdende Hochmitten & Höhen
- Besserer Sitz der Ohrpolster
- Bessere Bügelpolsterung

Davon abgesehen schließt er genauso gut ab wie der Sony und eignet sich somit hervorragend für Recording, Producing, Editing und jegliche Arbeiten unterwegs.

Aufgrund seiner recht niedrigen Impedanz ist er wenig wählerisch was die Power des Headphone Amps anbelangt und funktioniert auch wunderbar am Tablet, Smartphone oder Laptop unterwegs, ohne dass ein Studio-Kopfhörerverstärker dringend mitgeschleppt werden müsste.

Alles in allem ein guter, wenn auch nicht herausragender Kopfhörer. In Sachen Preis/Leistung allerdings ein No-Brainer mit klarer Empfehlung in dieser Preisklasse.
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Awesome, professional and very versatile headphones !
Andre Six 10.04.2020
As a music producer and audio engineer, I tend to spend hours every day wearing headphones and these have been my choice since the day I got them.

Short version : very comfortable, good separation, lovely yet balanced and transparent sound, useful cable options, great price.

Long version : these are being used in my studio for all professional audio tasks.

In tracking/recording, their comfort and separation make it easy to use them for hours on end and without almost any spill into the mics.

In mixing and post-production, they are my main tool besides my monitors and I have mixed full productions using only these, when needed. As with all monitoring situations, they do require a bit of learning of their sound and are a bit on the "gentle" side, so make sure you have something else to check the aggressive/sibilant sounds in your mixes.

And for personal use, they come with a short, mini-jack only cable, perfect for running, listening to things on the go etc. In addition, they are quite sleek and good looking, unlike a lot of other studio options :).
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