The Audio Technica ATH-SR6BTBK Headphones Cuts the Cord Without Sacrifice to Audio Quality

Listen to high-fidelity audio without a headphone cable with the ATH-SR6BTBK.

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Recently, we tested the Audio Technica ATH-SR6BTBK headphones over a two week period. For $150, there isn’t much to dislike about these headphones — they manage to punch above their pricing weight class due to advanced wireless capabilities and superior audio quality.

While we did enjoy its premium build quality and excellent battery life though, these headphones do lack a few luxurious features that other wireless headphones at a higher price come standard with. If you feel like those features aren’t necessary, then your headphone search may come to an end after you pick up this pair.

Find out how much we liked the headphones by watching the video.

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Johnny Thai

Johnny Thai is the content marketing intern at Slickdeals. Currently he is studying public relations and marketing at CSULB and is most passionate about consumer tech and fashion. He has prior experience with T-Mobile and currently works with Apple which keeps him on the pulse for consumer deals and opinions. Despite being a tech fanatic, he still has a love for the analog with jazz records and film rolls cluttered in his room.

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