Sound field is deep, full and spacial. Accurate in treble and vocals with very reasonable bass. No fatigue.
Pros: Great comfort Well made Accurate accoustically.
Cons: Need time to learn how to adjust the volume and sound cancellation controls without errors made.
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As a musician I have very discerning taste in headphones. These reproduce sound incredibly well. Although not advertised as noise cancelling, they do seem to be noise cancelling to an extent- because if you place them on your head with the power off, then power on, outside noise goes away! The hear through works well. Seal is great and they don't painfully squeeze your head like others do. The app is not the greatest and doesn't have an equalizer like JBL and Sony's, though I don't think it needs it. All genres sound great (from classical to hard rock). The volume is not super loud but they block out noise so well you don't need any louder it is plenty. I even use them on the farm tractor with no issues. Battery life is not advertised as long as some of its competitors however not an issue for me- I just plug it in at night and have never ran out of battery power. Comfort and sound quality got these a 5 star rating. If you want to listen to them all day enjoying music as the artist intended, I would recommend these. This is my first set from Audio Technica and I will certainly consider them again. Comparing these to the two others I own in this price point JBL Club 700BT and Sony WH-CH700N, These take the cake for best sound and comfort. The JBL has quality issues with the ear pads and squeezes your head, but super loud and heavy bass. The Sony WH-CH700N is a great overall pair with good noise cancelling. The Audio Technica is just a bit better on comfort.
Pros: Comfort and sound quality
Cons: Phone App is not the greatest
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After I set my iPhone to show these 'forgotten' they paired easily with my desktop iMac. They sounded good while listening to Pat Metheny's 1976 iTunes download of "Bright Size Life", all instruments sounded good.
Pros: not bad for the price
Cons: Those silly 'Quick Start Guides" these products come with are anything but quick. The supplied 1 foot long charging cable was not enough for my needs so I bought a longer one. Oh well what do you expect for this price, the manufacturer tries to keep cost low.
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