Audio-Technica ATH-M30 Professional Studio Monitor Closed-back Dynamic Stereo Headphones

August 2, 2013 - Comment

Audio-Technica ATH-M30 dynamic stereo headphones are the perfect choice for project studio engineers, home recordists and recording musicians. ATH-M30 headphones offer the highest level of sonic accuracy in a design engineered to provide maximum comfort for hours of listening. Their low-profile, closed-back design provides exceptional clarity and superior isolation in high-volume listening situations. Audio-Technica ATH-M30

Audio-Technica ATH-M30 dynamic stereo headphones are the perfect choice for project studio engineers, home recordists and recording musicians. ATH-M30 headphones offer the highest level of sonic accuracy in a design engineered to provide maximum comfort for hours of listening. Their low-profile, closed-back design provides exceptional clarity and superior isolation in high-volume listening situations. Audio-Technica ATH-M30 Stereo Headphones.

Product Features

  • Professional-quality closed-back cynamic stereo monitor headphones
  • Great choice for project studio engineers, home recordists and recording musicians
  • Adjustable cushioned headband and lightweight design for maximum comfort
  • Ultra-flexible 11-foot cable with single-side exit
  • Includes 3.5mm stereo connector with strain relief and professional and screw-on 1/4-inch adapter
  • OFC litz wire cable, convenient one-side exit

Comments

Ryan Tenney says:

Best headphones barely under $50 My late headphones set the standard by which I judge all others. With a pair of titanium drivers, they had the best frequency response of any set of headphones I have ever used. There were two problems: they were open, and the cord was extremely thin and prone to breaking.Enter the ATH-M30. With a thick cord entering on only one side and nearly impervious to wear and tear, closed ears eliminating much external noise, thick and soft padding that makes long duration listening comfortable, a padded head band, (everywhere that directly touches the head is padded… some serious points there) and constructed of hard plastic and metal that bends and doesn’t break. And of course sound quality and frequency response… the specs say 20Hz – 20 KHz, and while I haven’t tested the high end, the low end is beautiful and strong. If you watch a movie with these and a plane flies overhead, you are not alone if you take the headphones off to make sure one didn’t really fly overhead. Great…

deb "purplejeep" says:

Neophyte audiophile mighty impressed After purchasing an iPod mini, I thought I could use much better headphones to test the quality of the aiff files provided by iTunes. I must emphasize that I am not an expert as the other reviewers. When choosing this pair, I read reviews and looked for high quality under 50 bucks. These headphones put my big stereo speakers to shame. I can hear the background singers and instruments I haven’t heard before. They sound completely awesome! (no, really, they do). There is a little bit of leak, not much. and they are extremely comfortable and lightweight on the head. I’ll be testing them out extensively this weekend while traveling on airplanes. Update on airplane use: they are not noise canceling headphones, but they did block the noise of a few verbally obnoxious passengers, and while volume was cranked up, no one knew how much the tunes were cranked up. My friends that have tried them out call them *amazing*, like a symphony hall.Around the house, they block out…

Gwen says:

AudioTechnica ATH-M30 Headphones are a Great Value! These headphones are great if you want something cheap and portable. They absolutely cannot compete with higher quality headphones from companies like Sennheiser and the like. I primarily use these headphones for listening to Pandora at work, but at home on my hobby computer where I do most of my audio work, the Sennheiser HD 280 Pros and Sennheiser HD 555s beat them handily in every performance metric. The most noticeable problem with these headphones for me is that they do not seem to clearly output sound in the mid to mid-low range. Though I have not investigated the audio drivers, it seems as though they are tuned for most of their performance in the highs to the mids and then in order to push them as a performance model, some fair low end bass performance was tacked on later. Sounds that shift from mid to low are drowned out and sometimes bass comes at you unexpectedly since it seems to be driven a bit more powerfully.If you are looking for the best sound, don’t…

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