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- Description du produit: Audio-Technica ATH-A1000X
- Couplage auriculaire: Circumaural
- Style de casque portable: Bandeau
- Puissance d'entrée maximale: 2000 mW
- Connectivité: Avec fil
- Interface de l'appareil: 3.5 mm (1/8")
- Longueur de câble: 3m
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
I wanted to review these since there was no any amazon review. I actually wrote this mostly for the a2000x, but everything applies, just that to my ears it was noticeably all better in the a2000x. If you can find the a2000x for under $300 on amazon warehouse or about $50-70 more than the amazon warehouse a1000x I think they are easily worth the price difference. I did not try these long enough for them to burn in like the a2000x I reviewed, so its possible if the a1000x did burn in as much they would be much closer in sound. The a1000x were still better than my other headphones, mostly not as smooth to my ear. While expensive, I think these are both a very good deal in closed headphones, particularly if gotten through amazon warehouse. I am not an audiophile by any means, but have long appreciated the difference in music heard through good headphones. Over the years I have continually upgraded and have always found better headphones to be a good investment, allowing me to get more pleasure from listening to music.The best headphones I have owned before these were Sennheiser HD518, I also had the chance to listen extensively to the AKG 550.
The ath a2000x absolutely blows both of those headphones away. It is so very much clearer than either of these, a crisp realistic sound. The soundstage compares well to anything I have heard, open or closed. They sounded very nice with action movies, background sounds I had not heard before added greatly to the watching experience. I like the Sennheiser sound and enjoyed the hd 518, but they sounded positively muddy next to these. The sound signature is similar to the akg 550, but it is clearer and crisper while yet sounding smoother as well. If you do not need a heavy thumping bass head headphone, but appreciate a good very clear sound including nice base these should work. They seem very responsive to equalizers, so more base can be gotten with an simple equalizer adjustment. It is a closed headphone and keeps sound out well, and in pretty well. They are not as good at sound reduction as my hd428 headphones. Practically this means if I have these on and I am sitting right next to you and have the volume up you may hear something, but they will not bother someone a short distance away.
-I tried these and the ath a1000x. I find these are 15% or so better to my ear, but it works out to a very big overall difference in enjoyment that I could easily hear. I did not listen to the ath a1000x past about 30 hours of use so it may not be a fair comparison, the a1000x may have sounded much better with more time. If you are not in a rush look for a pair from amazon warehouse. I have consistently found them to deliver electronics as good, or usually better than advertised. I purchased these that way for under $300 ,and I see there is again a pair available for under $300, a great deal on great sounding headphones.
-there are a number of reviews on these. Reviews and simple fit modifications on headfi.
-IMPORTANT. There is a lot of info on head sizes and getting a proper fit for these to be appreciated. I have a medium head and found myself playing around with them to get the best sound for a while. That all applied UNTIL I used them for over 150 hours. Now they just sound great all the times for all the music genre I listen to without any moving around. Either they are still getting better with use (burn in) the time or somehow I have just come to love the sound more all the time. Having purchased over 20 sets of headphones I really believe with these it is more the headphones improving than my brain adjusting to the sound, but who knows for sure.
- Music file quality becomes important with these. I am fairly old with far from perfect ears, I cannot hear any difference between a high quality 320 kbps mp3 file and a flac file, so use the lower size mp3 file. I enjoy music on these recorded at 160 kbps on these. At any lower bit rate mp3 files start to sound terrible on these headphones. You hear all the spaces missing in the notes, its like drinking very weak, old and cold coffee.
-These are physically big, and have an unusual way of staying on your head. I soon found them as comfortable for long listening very comfortable but have to occasionally shift them around a bit if I listen for longer than 2 hours straight.