Audio Technica ATH-M70X Reviews

Audio Technica ATH-M70X
$449.00 - $599.00 from 6 retailers
Expert Reviews: 
 4.2
User Reviews: 
 4.5
 
 
Verdict: Audio Technica is known to produce some of the best sounding monitor range. They totally dominated the audiophile market with the M50x and it was well seen with some amazing sales figure. This time though, they have stepped the game with the M70x. We tested these extensively and here\'s our take.

Read full review at thetechy.com
3 years ago
thetechy.com
 

The Hear and Now

 
4.0
Pros: Wide, flat frequency response, Excellent build quality, 3 different cables included, Locking cable connector prevents accidental disconnection, Sturdy carrying case included
Cons: Expensive
Verdict: If you're serious about your production work, you probably should have at least one pair of premium headphones in your studio. They're extremely helpful both when mixing and tracking, and the more accurate their reproduction, the more useful they'll be.

Read full review at Audiofanzine
3 years ago
Audiofanzine
 
Verdict: Closed-Back Studio Headphones

Read full review at Remix magazine
3 years ago
Remix magazine
 
 
3.9
Pros: Neutral and accurate like nothing else in this price range, Detailed, immersive sound, Excellent mids, Comfortable and sturdy, Good cables and carry case
Cons: Look a bit cheap, Not very portable, Expensive; improvements in sound don't justify the price difference
Verdict: It is for these reasons that we've been looking forward to reviewing the Rs. 22,999 Audio Technica ATH-M70x. The Japanese headphone manufacturer's 'M' series of studio monitors has been targeted at professional users, although a lot of personal audio users have also been opting for these models.
3 years ago
gadgets.ndtv.com
 

Audio Technica ATH-M70x Review

Verdict: What could possibly be better than MusicTech's headphones of 2014? Maybe their new big brother? Andy Jones gets AT it

Read full review at Music Tech Magazine
4 years ago
Music Tech Magazine
 

Audio-Technica ATH-M70x Review

 
4.6
Pros: Sound quality is superb, Great for monitoring and critical listening
Cons: Much pricier than the ATH-M50x
Verdict: The Audio-Technica ATH-M70x are excellent headphones and a no brainer for pros and serious enthusiasts, but the price may be too much for casual music lovers.

Read full review at soundguys.com
4 years ago
soundguys.com
 
Verdict: Sound Guys is our sister site, dedicated to all things audio. Once in a while, we'll be sharing the coolest products they review here. In the early days of Sound Guys (okay, it was like a year ago) we reviewed the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x and, like everyone else, thought that they were a fantastic...
4 years ago
androidauthority.com
 

Good sound. Poor build. Not happy with the repair.

 
5.0
Verdict: I've had these for a little over a year. Sound is moderately flat and accurate. Highs can be fatiguing but it depends on how hard you drive them.These are definitely good for music enjoyment and pretty great for mixing/video post production. To the point of me relying on them heavily.

Read full review at sweetwater.com
1 year ago
sweetwater.com
 

"Magnificent sound reproduction."

 
4.5
Verdict: I am a professional drummer/percussionist and a not so professional studio rat so I have tested many, many different headphones and IEM's. I personally own probably a dozen different brands/models but my go to phones were the Sennheiser Pro 280's For everyrhing Studio and practice but for live...

Read full review at zzounds.com
2 years ago
zzounds.com
 

buy only if u'r not a bass-head.

 
5.0
Verdict: I'm writing this review while listening to this headphone.used it for like 4 days and I can say that it is one of the best headphones because it really produces very flat and true music. and u can use it for hours without getting annoyed.
2 years ago
amazon.in
 

OMG, these are very very impressive.

 
5.0
Verdict: Opening them you will be impressed by their build quality and looks, I was. First listen, these blew me away. Bass that went low but didn't boom, treble that shone and sung but didn't grate. Well impressed. My Sennheiser momentum 2.0's are now relegated just to aircraft duty.

Read full review at Amazon
2 years ago
Amazon
 

Neutral & Revealing

 
4.0
Verdict: so I was looking for a sealed unit to use in noisy rooms and on flights, realize that these are not specifically built for air-travel. I listen to a mix of classical, rock, metal, world (Kodo, Tuvan, etc) and was looking for a good unit. I have used this for a couple of weeks now.
2 years ago
B&H Photo
 

Excellent headphones, diminished by the details

 
4.0
Pros: - Great sound - Easy to wear - 3 cords to choose from
Cons: - Inability to transport headphones with a cord attached - Proprietary cord attachment system - High price
Verdict: The sound quality of these headphones is stellar; I'll say that right up front. I don't know about "Coolness Factor", as no one's ever going to look at them except me. The one thing I find off-putting, though, is the cord. These headphones come with 3 cords, and that's just fine.
3 years ago
Crutchfield
 
 
5.0
Verdict: I cannot describe these headphones other than revealing. They are not bass or midrange heavy. So, why buy these headphones if ($) Panasonic RP-HTF600-S headphones have more bass and mids DETAILS.

Read full review at Adorama
3 years ago
Adorama
 

Audio-Technica ATH-M70x Professional Monitor Headphones

 
4.0
Pros: - Solid build, storage case, neutral analytical sound, removable cables
Cons: - Definetly a lack of bass
Verdict: So this is my review of the Audio Technica ATH-M70x I have had these for a week now so I have started to get a feel for them after using them for about 8hours each day.

Read full review at head-fi.org
3 years ago
head-fi.org
 

Love this headphones!

 
4.8
Verdict: Compare to my other headphones, the AKG ATH-M70X is by far my favorite. I use it almost the entire day at work and it doesn't hurt my ears at the end of the day, Love the size and shape of the ear pads too, they are very comfortable and the sound is almost as natural.
3 years ago
Sonic Electronix
 

Flat at first, after some burn-in wonderful on detail

 
5.0
Verdict: It's not until recently that I care about the quality of the sound I listen to: first got to FLAC from MP3, then learned equalizing, and now wanted something to get the best sound from my Samsung Galaxy S3 smartphone plus Boeffla Kernel (don't be fooled, killer mix for high impedance headphones).
3 years ago
Walmart
 
 
4.0
Pros: very good product quality
Cons: none when on sale
Verdict: great design with nice storage case.love the quality of sound produced.

Read full review at NCIX.com
3 years ago
NCIX.com
 
 
4.0
Verdict: great sounding pair of closed back headphones
3 years ago
andertons.co.uk
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