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Audio-Technica Ships ATH-M60x On-Ear Professional Monitor Headphones

Audio-Technica is now shipping its ATH-M60x On-Ear Professional Monitor Headphones, the latest addition to the M-Series line.

Designed for studio, broadcast and mobile applications, Audio-Technica said the ATH-M60x is a low-profile, on-ear professional headphone model that uses the same 45mm large-aperture drivers found in the ATH-M50x. With rare earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils, the new model 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 fit, which is enhanced by the comfort and durability of the memory foam earpads and headband. The headphones come with three interchangeable cables each with a 3.5 mm mini-plug, a ¼-inch screw-on adapter and a protective carrying pouch.

The ATH-M60x headphones are now available for $199.00. 

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