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For starters, these headphones are great. For the price and the sound quality they can't be beat. I just thought it would be useful for everybody to know my experience after having them for four years.
They still sound great (obviously) but unfortunately the material covering the area that actually touches your head around your ears is deteriorating so badly that it leaves behind little micro pieces of itself.
I've been using these 1 to 2 times per week for a couple hours at a time so you can get an idea of the amount of use they see. I always store them in the case when not in use. I use them while I play drums which is either in my basement or at my church.
Not sure what to do with them at this point since they sound great but are physically falling apart. It'd be nice if you could purchase replacement coverings or something like that. Audio Technica, if you're listening this would be a great way to support your product. Hope this helps someone.
I had the ATH-M50's for awhile and they have been phenomenal. They still where working fine just looking a bit haggered after years of use. I did a lot of research when I bought the M50's and they proved to be the best studio monitors I ever owned, outperforming some way more expensive ones I have had. After using them day in and out for years the ear cushions where a but flattened and the drivers where pressing right against my ears. Never the less, they are still working and still sound great. That cannot be said about any other pair of headphones I have owned with so much use. Naturally with so much success on the m50's I pulled the trigger on the m50x's. My first impressions before even putting them on were I loved the now detachable headphone cable, and the cable options they include. The build quality on the old ones were good but these feel even more solid and I thought that would be hard to top but they did it. The Headphone cups are even more comfortable. As for sound, they can now take some more power from the headphone amp. The lows are well slightly but noticeably lower. Mids are a bit more balanced so sound separation is a bit more noticeable and the highs are very noticeably brighter to the point I lowered my high frequencies. Audio-Technica you made a superb product even that much better. I also like that this bundle included a hard case which is handy for travel.
Just wanted to write a quick review to say how amazing these things sound. But most importantly, I wanted to share something:
*If you have bigger ears, like maybe even average ears or anything but small ears, GET REPLACEMENT PADS when you're ordering these so you can enjoy them the first day!*
Without those pads, these were the most uncomfortable thing I ever had the displeasure of putting on my head. I would imagine that even with tiny ears they would be horrific because your ear is so ridiculously close to the drivers. The OEM pads weren't made with memory foam and the clamping force is so horrible out of the box that it makes it feel and sound awful.
But I could tell the quality was going to be there. Once I got new pads (from wicked cushions; well worth the $20), now my ears fit and I can wear them for hours on end. But most important... the sound. It is so good now that there's actually some space for the soundwaves to travel. It's so good, that despite the comfort issues and having to buy ear pads right away, they still get 5 stars. That's how good they sound.
I'd highly recommend them, even in 2021. (I use mine with the Motu-M2 to drive them, works great!)
All my life I've used the cheap earbuds airlines give you to watch movies in-flight or, slightly better, the Apple buds that come with your phone. Oh, dear reader, if you have been using similar means for your sky high entertainment audio, please don't hesitate to upgrade to Audio-Technica. Life is too short. Pull the trigger. The cost is worth it. These are not noise-canceling, but since the headphones are over the ear, they do block out quite a bit of screaming babies and the like. This purchase will feel like you upgraded your coach seat to first class, at least in terms of sound. The overall experience to your flight quality of life is like nestling into your own audio cocoon. I wear these on 10 hour trips to London and I occasionally remove them to let my ears breathe briefly, but, otherwise, they don't turn into a sweat box and remain comfortable. One tip for airline use: some seats have an audio jack in the arm rest next to your leg, so your audio cable sticks into your leg (depending on the height of your legs); consider buying an inexpensive 90 degree audio adapter (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01NBJW3T5/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_10) just in case you find yourself in this circumstance. There's plenty of room in the headphone case to store the adapter. Additionally: I struggled to decide between which model of Audio-Technica to purchase: I would strongly recommend a version that rotates to lay flat on the top of your chest. It's totally worth the extra cost. If you take good care of these headphones, my impression of the build quality is they will last for years, so the extra expense up front for the lay flat feature is well worth it. Lastly, I recently discovered the magnitude of joy and comfort a seat pad gives you on long flights and highly recommend you get some sort of pad like this one, but just note that the increased height of this pad puts your leg closer to the audio jack output if it's in the arm rest; hence the need for the 90 degree audio adapter: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_87
I never tried any headphones this good in my life. I was hesitant since some reviews suggested these cans are too "warm" or bass heavy if I got that right. I was leaning toward the m40x which is described as the more "flat" sounding option. But everyone who praised the 40s more had that one line at the end of their review that meant something like "don't get me wrong. m50x still sound great" and that seems it after testing it. The bass was right for me and everything sounded just right without tempering with the equalizer. I paired this with an additional purchase of the fiio x3 2nd gen and the sound can be loud enough to make my ears bleed without sacrificing quality. I never knew FLAC files sounded a lot better than MP3 until I had this setup.
I took a star off because the build quality & materials don't match the price tag. This quality should be for the m40x price range not the $150 product. Also it's not comfortable & I need to spend more on earpads to improve its comfort.
The included case is hard and super protective but doesn't take advantage of the headphones folding to save space.
Edit: I bought replacement earpads for about $22 and now it feels so comfortable. the pads (made from velor) also improved acoustics and manipulated the details to a very clear level. I believe leather earpads will have a different effect so I'll get me a pair later and compare. After this update, I'd recommend that buyers consider that these headphones will require a budget of $170 ~ $180 instead of just $150 and compare your choices based on that. It's still great sound and fantastic experience regardless of the overall cost.
**UPDATE** After getting over the "shiny object syndrome" I had when I first got these, I have re-evaluated my stance on these headphones. I have realized that they have the worst V shape sound signature of any headphone I have owned. Mids are literally nonexistent, and they have a extremely narrow sound stage. They are also mildly uncomfortable to wear over a long time. If you like that type of sound signature than they could be good for you, but they are not for me. I will be getting a pair of Pioneer DJ HRM-6 instead.
Where have these been my whole life? Honestly I put these on and listened to my first song (through the fire and the flames by Dragonforce, because of course) and holy hell these things are amazing. There are literally entire new levels to the song, instruments I had not heard before, subtle sound channels, I am amazed. An this is coming from someone who already owns HyperX clouds, which are great headphones in themselves. These things are amazing, I was worried that there might not be enough bass but it has just the right amount, and it NEVER steps over mids or highs. Every sound is very precise, the only thing is mids are slightly reduced, but if you really care about that I'm sure you can just EQ them back in. These are amazing headphones, I am so glad I bought them. They also seem to block out ambient noise very well, I will test them on an airplane in a few months. The hard case is also very high quality and seems like it will last a while.
The sound is amazing! I purchased these after much research, primarily for use in electronic music production monitoring and mixing. I wanted the ability to mix and monitor through the phones or through monitor speakers without a significant difference in what I'm hearing. There is little difference in the range and quality between these phones and the 6" KRK Rockits that are used as monitor speakers. The phones and speakers compliment each other quite nicely.
These phones are comfortable. - I can wear them for many hours without noticing them on my head other than an occasional adjustment. The ear pads are soft and seal nicely to reduce any noticable bleed either in or out of the device. The three cord lengths are nice too. Who wants a 3 meter cable when they are on the couch or train? Alternately, the 3 meter coil is nice when sitting at my desk moving between laptop and 3 midi controllers. It has plenty of reach and stays out of the way. The case included in this bundle is a nice touch. I know that these phones will be protected should I decide to hang this case on my backpack.
I have been so impressed with the sound quality of these phones that I gave some casual listening time to them as well. The dynamic range is excellent. I've listened to albums that I've known and loved for decades with new appreciation.
I really love the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x Professional Monitor Headphones. They are comfortable to wear and they block out unwanted sounds pretty good. I've used them at work to block out normal background noise so that I could clearly hear whatever it is I want to listen to whether it is audio books, videos, or music. I bought these because of all the positive reviews I read and because they weren't as expensive as a set of Bose headphones. I love Bose speakers the best so it stands to reason I'd like Bose headphones as well but I just didn't want to spend the extra money for the Bose name. These Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones are very good, I recommend them to others, and I'd buy them again if they were lost or stolen. If you're on the fence definitely give these a go, you won't regret it.
Great monitoring, gaming, everyday listening headphones. Extremely portable, very eye-glass friendly, and very practical coming straight out of the box with three different length cords. I use these headphones at least once everyday while either gaming, listening to music, or mixing. While most other headphones begin to press on the arms of my glasses after long periods of use the ATH-M50x are perfect for long term use and everyday use. These are a great pair of headphones and I hope to use them as long as they last. These headphones replaced my Blue Mo-Fi headphones because of the Mo-Fi’s tight grip on my head and after long term use begin to press the arms of my glasses into my head causing pain and at times a slight migraine.
These are exactly what everyone sais, one of the most true-sounding headphones that have graced my ears. I cant stress enough the quality sound you can hear from these. I however, am a 'basshead' and like a lot of bass which these do not necessarily deliver. They have great clear bass that can hit just about any frequency, but the thump I desire is not there. I really would rate a 4.5 stars for these. I some-times was not missing the bass at all, but as one who loves bass I am trading for the V-Moda Crossfade M-100. The only detail keeping these from 5stars is the lack of accessories available from the manufacturer, I try not to get off-brand aftermarket items, which the V-moda shows much more variety (and reviews seem like they will have the thump I desire as well)