Audio-Technica ATH-M50 Studio Monitor Headphones Reviews
Pros: Pristine sound quality, Great build, Price, Versatile
Cons: Heavy clamp, but you'll get use to it
Pros: Good sound
Cons: uncomfortable, unremovable cable
Pros: Very pretty, does some new genres like indie rock well.
Cons: Fatiguing, Uncomfortable, Terrible bang for your buck
Pros: Decent "punch" for certain music/awesome DJ set/VERY COMFY
Cons: Muffled sound/ not very "musical"
Pros: Build quality, non-revealing, fun, bass, highs
Cons: mids, comfort, Price
Pros: Excellent sound, hardly any leakage, don't require to be amped, coiled cable, low price
Cons: Uncomfortable, require a lot of burn in for best sound
Pros: Great All Arounder!
Cons: Minor Setbecks. Keyword: Minor
Pros: - Very deep and semi-tight bass - Sparkly and detailed treble - Clarity - Isolation compared to competing phones - Comfort - Sleek looks - Price
Cons: - Lack of mids - Bass can be loose - Pads can get sweaty - Coiled wire not all that practical - Can cause spot-pressure pains
Pros: Uncolored sound, highly detailed at an affordable price point.
Cons: Not musical, very congested, Soundstage below average compared to others. Sibilance.
Pros: Great sound, longevity and comfort
Cons: Not the best looking
Pros: Good audio quality, good isolation, heavy duty cable and connector, very accurate, collapsible for storage
Cons: Uncomfortable over long sessions, leatherette cracks over time
Pros: Good isolation, good midrange, quite nice soundstage for a closed back headphone, price/performance, sturdy, rotating cups, great looks? , portable
Cons: Heavy non detachable cable, horrible earpads, high clamping pressure, muffled and overemphasised bass, metallic treble
Pros: They can handle any genre thrown at them acceptably well. Also amazing for recording voice acting.
Cons: They are not the best at anything. They lack specialisation.