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With the ATH-M50 professional studio monitor headphones, Audio-Technica has achieved an exceptionally accurate response and long-wearing listening comfort. Designed especially for professional monitoring and mixing, these studiophones feature an efficient collapsible design for space-saving portability and storage. Circumaural ear pieces swivel 180° for easy one-ear monitoring and luxuriously padded ear cushions create an outstanding seal for maximum isolation. The adjustable headband is generously padded for ultimate comfort during long mixing sessions. A coiled cable at the left earpiece terminates to a gold-plated mini-plug with included screw-on ¼" adapter. Audio-Technica’s sophisticated driver technology and superior components deliver exceptional power handling and very high SPL capabilities while maintaining clarity of sound throughout their extended range, with deep, accurate bass and outstanding high-frequency extension. The headphones feature proprietary large-aperture drivers with neodymium magnet systems for ultra-efficient signal transfer.


Best mixing headphones!

I agree the ATH M5os are too bassy. also they cloud the delicacies imo as well so i feel they would not be a headphone meant for editing, processing, nor mixing. They would be good for the artist to record with as well as a referencing headphone though as they do sound pleasing to the...

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How/Why is mixing on Audio-Technica ATH-M50x good?

...but 3 different monitors the next, Stankonia next B then A both different, then off to 11th Street, etc... My ATH-M50's saved my ass time and time again, and gave me a consistent sound every night, especially for mixes. When I landed at Interscope's Boiler Room, Atlantic in LA, or Boom Boom Room, my...

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lynx e44 pcie sound card

...need one with a headphone amp or not that i dont know..i have a pair of avatone mp1 headphones and ath-m50 x headphones...i know you suggested the palmer monicon l controller monitor..i was reading the features it has i believe it does have a headphone amp but i dont know if i need one..i...

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