ATH-M50xBB Professional Monitor Headphones
Audio-Technica is highlighting the ATH-M50xBB, a limited-edition blue/black version of their popular ATH-M50x and part of its M-Series line of headphones. The professional-level headphones feature metallic blue earcups and black accents including distinctive trimming, earpads and headband.
The headphones incorporate technology drawn from Audio-Technica’s long history in the field of high-performance professional audio, providing exceptional power handling, very high SPL capability, and natural, accurate sound with impactful bass and high-frequency extension.
The ATH-M50xBB features proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers with rare earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils, providing exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range along with deep, accurate bass response. The over-the-head design contours around the ears providing excellent sound isolation in loud environments.
The headphones are collapsible for space-saving portability and convenient storage, and with 90-degree swiveling earcups for easy one-ear monitoring, the professional-grade earpad and headband material delivers more durability and comfort for extended wear.
Audio-Technica’s new limited-edition ATH-M50xBB are now available, joining the currently available ATH-M50x models in black (ATH-M50x) and white (ATH-M50xWH).
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