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Does it worth the $20 extra from ATH-M20x to ATH-M30x

post #1 of 7
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Hi

 

I am not an audio professional, neither work in a studio.

 

Although I want an Audio-Technica headphone for playing guitar and gaming. (Both Casual)

 

My doubt is, does it really worth the $20 extra from ATH-M20x to ATH-M30x?

 

My currently headset is a Microsoft LX-3000 (pretty cheap) so either of these AT may suit me pretty well. 

 

Thank you

post #2 of 7

As far as my understanding goes, m30x has better mids and m20x focuses more on the low...in this case i would say yes unless u are playing a bass guitar. which game genre do u play ?Are u open to other headphones or just between these 2?

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Originally Posted by devashura View Post

As far as my understanding goes, m30x has better mids and m20x focuses more on the low...in this case i would say yes unless u are playing a bass guitar. which game genre do u play ?Are u open to other headphones or just between these 2?

I've been pplaying Battlefield 4 and other kind of FPS. This is the most competitive game I play. About the guitar its an electric guitar. I'm going to play some rock/classic, blus and some metal.

I am open about the headphone, but it must be well built and should last as long as possible.
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I've been pplaying Battlefield 4 and other kind of FPS. This is the most competitive game I play. About the guitar its an electric guitar. I'm going to play some rock/classic, blus and some metal.

I am open about the headphone, but it must be well built and should last as long as possible.

Judging from that, I would say M30x.
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I've been pplaying Battlefield 4 and other kind of FPS. This is the most competitive game I play. About the guitar its an electric guitar. I'm going to play some rock/classic, blus and some metal.

I am open about the headphone, but it must be well built and should last as long as possible.

I agree with Slashfury99, m30x would be a good choice, hope that helps

post #6 of 7
Thread Starter 

Alright, thank you.

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You're welcome. Sorry for your wallet in advance. biggrin.gif
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