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ATH-AD900X

post #1 of 6
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Hello all,

So the AD900x are on offer where I live for £60, but I was about to get the DT990s, is it worth spending the £60 extra for these aswell as or instead of the DT990s?

Thanks.
post #2 of 6

Avoid DT990 due to harsh treble.

 

I can not comment on AD900X. it would be better if you go and listen yourself

post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by Johnlist View Post
 

(...) it would be better if you go and listen yourself

+1

 

DT990 has sort of a v-shaped frequency response (powerful mid-bass and bright -clear- treble)

AD900x is more balanced, less bass and less treble than DT990.

 

The right pick is down to preference.

 

Best Luck!

post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by Me x3 View Post
 

+1

 

DT990 has sort of a v-shaped frequency response (powerful mid-bass and bright -clear- treble)

AD900x is more balanced, less bass and less treble than DT990.

 

The right pick is down to preference.

 

Best Luck!


yeah depend what you enjoy. I prefer more natural sound... but why not... for some music it might be nice sounding also

post #5 of 6
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Originally Posted by HarryOMalley View Post

Hello all,

So the AD900x are on offer where I live for £60, but I was about to get the DT990s, is it worth spending the £60 extra for these aswell as or instead of the DT990s?

Thanks.

 

Just get the ATH-AD900X and skip on the DT990.

The AD900X will offer a more balanced audio, over the DT990's stronger bass/treble.

Also the 40-Ohm AD900X works with or without a headphone amplifier.

post #6 of 6

Having owned both, I would only recommend the DT-990 if you have an amp and you want more bass. 

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