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Promoted 06-29-2016 by Corwin at 07:34 PM View Original Post
Update: The price has increased slightly to $149 making it $119 after $30 off code below

BuyDig.com has Audio-Technica ATH-AD900X Audiophile Open-Air Headphones (Black) for $144.95 - $30 w/ promotion code AP3X10 = $114.95. Shipping is free. Thanks DJ3xclusive

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These headphones are highly rated receiving 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 114 Amazon Reviews

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#3
Great price; great series of headphones.
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#4
I have a very similar pair. UNBELIEVABLE sound quality, these sound like they should be $300 headphones. One of best items I've ever bought on SD.
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#5
Audio-Technica makes some of the absolute best sounding headphones and other superb quality audio products out there. Unfortunately, no detachable cord is a deal breaker for me. Love the pair of Audio-Technica I already have.
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#6
How's the fit for those with big heads?
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Fit is very adjustable vs other headphones due to the band design. These sound great, but AD700 were better. I regretted upgrading and have gone on to Beyerdynamic.
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How's the fit for those with big heads?
I have a huge head and they are the most comfortable headphones I have ever worn
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#9
These are great sounding cans for the money and are super comfortable. Even better with the rubber band mod.
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#10
Last pair of headphones I bought on recommendations of posters were really bland. Couldn't tell the difference. I guess it was like when I bought "the worlds best pencil" but used normal paper. All my audio sources must suck hard
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Last pair of headphones I bought on recommendations of posters were really bland. Couldn't tell the difference. I guess it was like when I bought "the worlds best pencil" but used normal paper. All my audio sources must suck hard
I can't imagine these are that picky about source. If you are saying these are "bland", it may be your expectation or taste isn't aligned with these cans. Something like the Philips Fidelio X2 may be better suited for you for the more "fun" sounding signature.
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I can't imagine these are that picky about source. If you are saying these are "bland", it may be your expectation or taste isn't aligned with these cans. Something like the Philips Fidelio X2 may be better suited for you for the more "fun" sounding signature.
I wasn't saying that these are bland, I haven't bought these. I was just saying the ones that I bought were $100 area headphones (not beats) and were raved about in the comments and when they arrived they weren't noticbly better than in ear Apple EarPods
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Quote from spyder1720 View Post :
I can't imagine these are that picky about source. If you are saying these are "bland", it may be your expectation or taste isn't aligned with these cans. Something like the Philips Fidelio X2 may be better suited for you for the more "fun" sounding signature.
funny you mentioned Philips X2. I tried both, and X2 sounds better, but also more expensive.
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Quote from BarbblerElf View Post :
I wasn't saying that these are bland, I haven't bought these. I was just saying the ones that I bought were $100 area headphones (not beats) and were raved about in the comments and when they arrived they weren't noticbly better than in ear Apple EarPods
Not to be a dick, but if you're saying $150 cans sound the same to you as Apple ear buds, it's very difficult to take your opinion seriously on the interpretation of sound quality.
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Quote from paulbalegend View Post :
Not to be a dick, but if you're saying $150 cans sound the same to you as Apple ear buds, it's very difficult to take your opinion seriously on the interpretation of sound quality.
anyone that needs head the statement with,"I don't mean to...".

If you're not used to monitor head phones or use headphones that need an amp with a phone as an audio source you might not be getting the experience you expected. Additionally, some people don't know they need to calibrate their cans with white/pink noise.

if someone doesn't sound like they don't know what they're talking about-- help em OR you could sound like a dick.
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