Audio-Technica debuted the ATH-M60x On-Ear Professional Monitor Headphones, the latest addition to A-T’s M-Series line.
Designed for studio, broadcast and mobile applications, Audio-Technica’s ATH-M60x is a low-profile, on-ear professional headphone model that utilizes the same proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers found in the ATH-M50x (with rare earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils). A-T said it delivers exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range with accurate bass response.
The ATH-M60x’s low-profile, closed-back, on-ear design provides excellent sound isolation and a great fit, which is enhanced by the comfort and durability of the memory foam earpads and headband. The headphones come with three interchangeable cables (1.2 m - 3.0 m coiled, 3.0 m straight and 1.2 m straight – each with a 3.5 mm (⅛-inch) mini-plug), a 6.3 mm (¼-inch) screw-on adapter and a protective carrying pouch.
The ATH-M60x On-Ear Professional Monitor Headphones will be available July, 2018 for $199.00.
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