Audio-Technica Introduces Wireless Version of Its M50 Studio Headphones

Audio-Technica has introduced a wireless version of its M50 studio monitor headphones — the model ATH-M50x with Bluetooth technology.

Audio-Technica said the M50x offers the same M50 studio sound in a wireless listening experience, with exceptional clarity and deep and accurate bass response. Utilizing Bluetooth, the headphones have the same 45 mm large-aperture drivers with rare-earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils.

The headphones offer a continuous 40 hours on a single charge. Touch control allows access to voice assist. The headphones have a built-in microphone for phone calls. Volume controls are built into the headphone cups. The phones have professional-grade earpad and headband material for long-lasting durability and comfort. They are compatible with aptX and AAC codecs.

The ATH-M50x is priced at $199.00

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