Para calcular la calificación general por estrellas y el desglose porcentual por estrellas, no usamos un promedio simple. Nuestro sistema toma en cuenta cosas como lo reciente que es una calificación y si el revisor compró el producto en Amazon. También analiza las calificaciones para verificar su fiabilidad.
son audifonos , que en las reseñas dicen que son muy buenos , en la separacion estereo , los bajos , los medios etc , pero la realidad es que son muy planos, nada especiales , tienen mas color los senheiser hd600 , y se supone que esos son de sonido neutro para monitorear , estos ath m60x , no sirven para monitorear , solo se ven bonitos , eso es todo , yo he regresado ya varios audiotecnica audifonos , estan sobrevalorados ,
Dear guys, the reason why I bought this headphone is because I watched 'Zeos', Z Reviews on youtube, at first I wrote a positive review, because, I got into the hype train, but now after almost 1 year of using it, I am giving my honest review. at point blank I can say, it is not a great headphone at all, the mid-range & Vocals are thin & dry lacks texture and definition...the over all resolution is also lacking. Although it has great detail retrieval capability, (even faintest instruments will be audible )but, it lacks Timbre, Texture & natural sound and but however it has wide sound-stage for a closed back headphone. When it was launched I bought it for 12k but now it is sold at 20k i believe as the hype increased, so also the price ;-) whatever. The equipment that I use are, IFi Micro Black Label Amp/Dac, I also used it with Fiio M9 DAP and Topping E30/E50s Dac with THX 789 Amp (Drop). Comparing ATH-M60X to Sennheiser HD 58X, Sennheiser HD650/HD6xx, Hifman Sundara, Hifman, HE400i,Moondrop Kanspro (IEM)... this Audio-Technica ATH-M60X lacks resolution, Timbre & Texture and sounds so artificial. So my final thoughts.. for the price of 20k I suggest you buy Hifman HE400i its cheaper & it sounds awesome, natural, resolution, depth, sound-stage will blow you away and you will never ever regret it.
I got these because they reportedly have the exact same drivers as the ATH-M50X. I returned them because the sound reproduction for whatever reason was nowhere near as good. Try for yourself as everyone's ears are different.
It strikes a near perfect balance between listener fatigue and vocal clarity, accentuating the upper midrange and bringing the essentials into focus.
For consumers, this means that voice-centric audio (like podcasts, livestreams and audio books) sounds phenomenal while everything else can seem underwhelming. Its broadcast signature tosses nearly everything but the upper midrange overboard, making it a terrible choice for music, movies and videogames.
It was designed to make studio and broadcast more convenient—that’s the upside. The downside is that it is nowhere near the witches’ brew that its predecessor was. M60x lacks pro audio panache and infectious consumer appeal.
For professionals, specs tell the tale of the tape. Bona fide pro audio gear can be just as convenient and better suited for studio and broadcast. What’s not gleaned from specs is a wistful design (an on-ear aesthetic with over-the-ear ergonomics) that takes a massive hit in comfort and passive noise isolation.
I bought these because they supposedly sound ok, and reviewers say they work well with glasses. Um, no. The pressure of the headphones smashed my ears against the frames of my glasses, making the headphones too painful to wear before even one song could finish. I'll give 'em two stars instead of one because the sound is at least somewhat listenable, but I like an open, airy, spacious sound, and these things are utterly boring to listen to. Honestly, I'd rather listen to my old Bose QC 15s because at least the only thing painful about them is the sound quality.
There's no sound isolation. The bass is weak. Mid tones are not crisp. The headphones are heavy and really too big. I'm a 5'7 man with a very medium size head, yet the headphones still fall off my head with the tightest setting. Regret buying this.