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Audio Technica ATH M50XBT Wireless Bluetooth Headphones $172.73 + 2000 Qantas Points @ Qantas Store

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Bluetooth Edition of the Classic Audio Technica M50X

Wireless. on the go, design delivers the same critically acclaimed sonic performance as the original ATH M50x professional studio headphones

Features:

Proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers deliver exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range, with deep, accurate bass response
Delivers deep and accurate bass response along with clear sound reproduction over a wide frequency range
Touch control provides convenient access to your smartphone's voice assist
Mic and button controls built into the earcup allow for easy handling of calls, music playback and volume adjustment
Professional-grade earpad and headband material
Up to 40 hours of continuous use on a full charge
Excellent sound isolation in loud environments
Headphones use - Studio
Noise reduction type - Sound isolation
Sound-Isolating - True
Built-in microphone - True
Manufacturer's Warranty - 1 Year

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Comments

  • +7 votes

    Just my 2 cents in case anyone is interested. Incredible headphones. Very solid. Really great sound, great build, solid connection and really fantastic battery life. Cups fold and packs away easily and also rests around your neck with flat cups. The highs can be a little fatiguing. Also the cups are very shallow, and they caused great discomfort for me which is why I sold them.

    • +2 votes

      Agreed with everything he said. I also thought the cups were too shallow and the inside diameter was a little too small for myself personally. However I changed the earcups out with some Shure SRH840 ear pads and they have been perfect since.

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      Hi mate, sounds like you’re really into higher end audio. After you sold them what did you replace them with?

  • +1 vote

    How is this compared to the Bose QC35 or Sony XM3 in sound quality?

    • +1 vote

      This will be in a different league. Unless looking for a highly detailed sound, you should stick with one of QC35 or Xm3

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      The original was the go to 'cheap' DJ headphones (alongside the HDJ-1000s), not sure if much has changed with the BT model.

      The sound reduction isn't bad (they are full over-ear headphones afterall), but I wouldn't say it's any better than comparable over-ear alternatives… That said, not many bluetooth headphones are full over-ear.

  • +1 vote

    Great headphones and great price

  • +2 votes

    Works out to be 1655 points only as you earn 345 points back..

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    Almost bought this after reading the great comments. But after a short googling, it seems these are rather worse than Sony's MX1000. See here for a rather objective comparison: https://www.rtings.com/headphones/tools/compare/sony-wh-1000...

    • +1 vote

      This is almost half price of the xm3…and sound review is subjective. Most reviewers seem to rate this one higher than the xm3 anyway.

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        If you look at the test results I linked, they actually used measuring equipment. This is as objective as it gets.

        • +1 vote

          As an owner of the m50xbt I wouldn't actually recommend them unless your budget is around $200. In my opinion they sound noticeably better than the Sony's but the lack of comfort and noise cancelling puts the Sony's well ahead for long periods of use or noisy commutes.

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    I have owned the M50X so not sure the correlation or design change is with the BT version and although really good sounding, I felt that it was pulling down and made the top of my head hurt, the earpads caused a bit of discomfort over time.

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