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Audio Technica AD700 vs AD900x

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Answered.


Edited by HumblexTurtle - 11/29/13 at 1:04am
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Do you mean AD700X or AD700?

The 700s are really bass light, it's a turn off for music and movies.

Get the AD900Xs.

I find my ATH-A900X (closed) headphone comfortable enough.

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I was talking about the AD-700's. I heard the 700X's are not as comfortable as the 700's. Thanks for the input :).

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I was talking about the AD-700's. I heard the 700X's are not as comfortable as the 700's. Thanks for the input :).

I never use my ATH-AD700s anymore, I like bass in my audio.

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Are the A900x's any less comfortable than the AD700's? I heard they are pretty lose and the pads are as comfortable.

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Are the A900x's any less comfortable than the AD700's? I heard they are pretty lose and the pads are as comfortable.

I like the way the A900X and AD700s grips my head, it's not a very tight grip, but the headphones stay in place, technially the AD700 are a touch more comfortable.

I guess some could describe them as barely enough grip.

To me the stock A900X pads are comfortable, I just bought some Hifiman Velour ear pads I'm going to install on to the A900X, heard they improve audio quality.

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Thank you for all the information :). I will definitely look into them.

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