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Promoted 05-16-2016 by Corwin at 08:16 PM View Original Post
BuyDig has Audio-Technica ATH-AD900X Open-Air Headphones + $30 Vudu Voucher + 3-Months of Rhapsody on sale for $159 - $30 w/ promo code PROTUNE= $129. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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This is a nice price for the bundle and the Audio-Technica ATH-AD900X headphones are well rated on Amazon with 4.5 out of 5 stars overall based on over 100 reviews. -Corwin

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Edited May 16, 2016 at 12:59 PM by annie930ny
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  • Audiophile-quality open-air headphones deliver clear, natural vocal and instrumental reproduction, a smooth tonal balance, precise imaging and superlative dynamic range
  • Large-aperture 53 mm drivers and CCAW voice coils for superior sound reproduction
  • No sense of pressure on the ears, resulting in a completely natural sensation
  • 3D Wing Support Housing offers a vibration-proof mechanism that provides comfortable support for a better listening experience
  • Extremely comfortable ear-fitting pads
  • Gold-plated stereo 1/8" (3.5 mm) connector with 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter
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Last Edited by MatthewS8154 May 26, 2016 at 11:12 AM
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PC Treasures LLC (the code-issuing company) said the VUDU codes from Buydig are fraudulent. I called Buydig, they refused to talk to me about it and hung up on me.
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M50x is type of closed headphone, and 900x is open. Meaning that anyone around you can hear what you are listening. If you don't have a nice pair of headphones and you want to buy one for listening while on a plane/train or bus, don't buy these! People around you will be bothered!
If you want to enjoy video games or just listen music at home/car this is a great deal and def buy these.
:, Just wrote this to help people who are new to audiophile realm, I am also new and have been researching headphones trying to get a good deal. But I am looking for a closed pair.

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This is pretty slick. If I didn't already have too many headphones I'd get a pair.
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Can anybody comment on the comfort of these? I have a set a M50x and the stock pleather ear pads were too small. Had to replace them with the Brainwavz HM5 velour pads. Would I have a problem with these? Thanks in advance.
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Quote from hmongkeysauce View Post :
Can anybody comment on the comfort of these? I have a set a M50x and the stock pleather ear pads were too small. Had to replace them with the Brainwavz HM5 velour pads. Would I have a problem with these? Thanks in advance.
Super comfortable. I have a bigger head and the 50s had to be broken in to be comfortable and the ear pads are not comfortable. The 900x are amazing and are my daily driver headphones day in and day out.
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Holy moly I just bought the Corsair keyboard when I didn't need to and now this? I've only heard amazing things about the 900x. SO TEMPTING 😔
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I have a bigger head and the 50s had to be broken in to be comfortable and the ear pads are not comfortable. The 900x are amazing and are my daily driver headphones day in and day out.
M50x is type of closed headphone, and 900x is open. Meaning that anyone around you can hear what you are listening. If you don't have a nice pair of headphones and you want to buy one for listening while on a plane/train or bus, don't buy these! People around you will be bothered!
If you want to enjoy video games or just listen music at home/car this is a great deal and def buy these.
:, Just wrote this to help people who are new to audiophile realm, I am also new and have been researching headphones trying to get a good deal. But I am looking for a closed pair.
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I've had these for 2 or 3 years now and absolutely love them. They've been great for both gaming and music. If you don't mind having an open pair then I'd highly recommend these.
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these are a decent first pair of home listening headphones. But for most people, for versatility, it would make more sense to buy/upgrade to a nice pair of IEMs (e.g. Brainwavz M2) or closed headphones (e.g. Sony MDR V6) rather than a pair of open headphones like the AD900x.
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Quote from hmongkeysauce View Post :
Can anybody comment on the comfort of these? I have a set a M50x and the stock pleather ear pads were too small. Had to replace them with the Brainwavz HM5 velour pads. Would I have a problem with these? Thanks in advance.
You may have an issue with the overall fit, but the pads themselves are large. Not as soft as Beyerdynamic velour, but they are comfortable nonetheless.

Very different sound signature, make sure you read reviews before purchasing.
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Quote from thistransition View Post :
these are a decent first pair of home listening headphones. But for most people, for versatility, it would make more sense to buy/upgrade to a nice pair of IEMs (e.g. Brainwavz M2) or closed headphones (e.g. Sony MDR V6) rather than a pair of open headphones like the AD900x.
Upgrade? AD900x is comparable to DT880 and HD600.

Have you tried them before? :S

Quote from lites0102 View Post :
M50x is type of closed headphone, and 900x is open. Meaning that anyone around you can hear what you are listening. If you don't have a nice pair of headphones and you want to buy one for listening while on a plane/train or bus, don't buy these! People around you will be bothered!
If you want to enjoy video games or just listen music at home/car this is a great deal and def buy these.
:, Just wrote this to help people who are new to audiophile realm, I am also new and have been researching headphones trying to get a good deal. But I am looking for a closed pair.
+ And you can hear external noise. Suitable for quiet environments in general Big Grin
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Last edited by Yazen May 16, 2016 at 08:51 PM
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Btw guys there is A900x (closed) and AD900x (open)

Noticed people regular referring to AD900x as just "900x", so wanted to emphasize that a different headphone exists with similar model name.
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You may have an issue with the overall fit, but the pads themselves are large. Not as soft as Beyerdynamic velour, but they are comfortable nonetheless.

Very different sound signature, make sure you read reviews before purchasing.
Thanks. Yah, I use the M50x at work all the time and these would be for home. With that being said, I need something that would be as comfy as the Brainwaz hm5 pads.
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Can anyone compare these to the Philips SHP9500 I keep seeing for $60? Yes, I realize these are double that, but I just want a nice set of cans for listening to music at home, as well as some video editing and gaming. Most headphones I've owned have been mediocre at best, but I did have some Shure SE215 IEMs for several years that I loved. Any recommendations?
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