General Information

  • 53 mm TrueMotion driver
  • Detachable cable (finally)
  • Extra Thick Pads
  • Carrying Case
More info in Japanese

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100+ Head-Fier
I got to try these at Yodobashi when I was in Japan.

I don't know what Audio Technica did to these headphones, but they seem to add some sort of surround sound that really separates the instruments on certain tracks. Really stood out and I tried out all the summit-fi headphones for the most part while I was there. Bass is a little light, but might need a proper seal on your head.


Headphoneus Supremus
so little discussion of these in Head fi

some real life pics, as usual with any Audio Technica's Titanium design, they can be pretty yucky after some fingerprints inhabits them, cleaning cloth will be owner's best friend...


Headphoneus Supremus
I have tons of interest in these after owning the ATH-A2000z’s. I thought the A2000z’s where the best Audio Technica headphone I heard. I going to sell them and pre-order AP2000TI’s, which sound better in every way including fit.