|Product Dimensions||12.45 x 25.91 x 32.51 cm; 739.36 Grams|
|Item Model Number||AUD ATHR70X|
|Material Type||Plastic, Aluminium|
|Size||Professional Open-Back Reference Headphones|
|Item Weight||739 g|
Audio-Technica ATH-R70x Professional Open-Back Reference Headphones
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|Form factor||Over Ear|
About this item
- High-efficiency magnets and pure alloy magnetic circuit design reduce distortion and ensure accurate and extended high-frequency response
- Carbon composite resin improves structural rigidity to provide detailed transient response
- Acoustically transparent, aluminum honeycomb-mesh housings provide a natural and spacious open-back sound
- Breathable fabric earpads and improved wing support provide long-wearing comfort
- Feather-light weight (approx. 210 g w/o cable) and robust construction make headphones perfectly suited for professional use
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The ATH-R70x is Audio-Technica’s first pair of professional open-back reference headphones. Together with the ATH-M70x, they stand as a flagship model in A-T’s professional headphone lineup. Featuring specially designed drivers and acoustically transparent housings fashioned from aluminum honeycomb mesh, these headphones provide an accurate and natural open-back sound. They also incorporate a new, improved design of our popular 3D wing support system to provide even greater comfort during the prolonged use often required in professional settings. Robust yet lightweight, and equipped with a unique, dual-sided detachable cable that automatically maintains proper stereo orientation (no matter how it’s attached), the R70x headphones are built for lasting comfort, convenience and audio purity.
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I'll start by saying I’m no audiophile, but I’d like to think I can tell a good set of headphones from a bad.
I'm currently driving these headphones using a Creative Sound Blaster AE-5, for me the primary use is gaming though I do sit and watch videos or listen to music on my computer time to time.
Sound stage is great, I've not heard much difference to the Audio-Technica ATH-ADG1X gaming headset I had, I only replaced them as I broke them, I think the equivalent headphones would be the Audio-Technica ATH-AD900X. Sound stage was my main concern, where these have 45mm drivers and my previous headset had 53mm I was worried that these wouldn't be as good. I tend to play a lot of battle royale games so sound stage and positioning is important, having now received the headphones I’m more than happy I took the plunge.
Sound clarity - clarity is second to none, even compared to my previous headset there's noticeably less distortion when sounds like explosions or heavy gun fire is present. These headphones do go more than loud enough, I wouldn't be able to sit here listening to something at max volume for even a short period of time. That been said even at full volume there is no distortion.
The volume these headphones can achieve, in my opinion, is more than loud enough as I previously stated. Ignore the bad review someone has left, i found plugging these into my dock at work and also directly into my laptop didn't do these headphones any justice. Drive these headphones properly and they sound amazing. There is night and day difference between plugging these into a Samsung galaxy S10 and my sound card with clearer definition and more punch. If you want a pair of open-air headphones you can comfortably drive without an amp with decent sound quality, grab the Technica ATH-AD900X.( please comment if i'm wrong on this or if there are better options.)
Comfort - These headphones are surprisingly light and comfortable. I have a fairly small head, and these certainly clamp better with the metal band rather than the plastic version. My previous headset used to slide down and I'd have to readjust, whereas I haven't had that problem with these. That being said, these are brand new so they might loosen up, I’ll update my review should that happen.
Overall I’m extremely pleased with these headphones and all the hype is well deserved.
I hope this is helpful to someone as when researching these headphones, I only read good things but very little on how they performed when gaming.
as the publicity says, neutral sounding and comfortable.
don't sit there with cheap phones and suffer discomfort from poor sound and ergonomics.
buy them and you'll never look back.