Audio-Technica Consumer ATH-AD700X Audiophile Open-Air Headphones

BH #AUATHAD700X • MFR #ATH-AD700X
Audio-Technica Consumer ATH-AD700X Audiophile Open-Air Headphones
Key Features
  • Open-Air Design
  • 53mm Drivers
  • Bobbin-Wound CCAW Voice Coils
  • Self-Adjusting Wing Support
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The ATH-AD700X Audiophile Open-Air Headphones from Audio Technica have an open-air design that produces low pressure on your ears for a comfortable listening experience. They feature 53mm drivers and bobbin-wound copper-clad aluminum-wire voice coils for increased power handling. The raised-fabric earpads and self-adjusting 3D Wing Support are designed to provide comfort during extended use.
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Audio-Technica Consumer ATH-AD700X Overview

The ATH-AD700X Audiophile Open-Air Headphones from Audio Technica have an open-air design that produces low pressure on your ears for a comfortable listening experience. They feature 53mm drivers and bobbin-wound copper-clad aluminum-wire voice coils for increased power handling. The raised-fabric earpads and self-adjusting 3D Wing Support are designed to provide comfort during extended use.

The headphones have a single-sided oxygen-free copper cable that is sheathed in elastic TPE to prevent tangles. Their earcups have aluminum honeycomb casing. The three-meter cable terminates with a gold-plated 3.5mm stereo mini-plug connector.

Audio-Technica Consumer ATH-AD700X Specs

Headphone
Driver Size2.1" / 53 mm
Driver TypeDynamic
DesignOver-Ear (Circumaural)
Earcup StyleOpen-Back
General
Frequency Response5 Hz to 30 kHz
Sensitivity100 dB
Impedance38 Ohms
Maximum Power Handling700 mW
Connectivity
Audio Connector to Source1/8" / 3.5 mm
Connector PlatingGold
Cable
Cable Length9.8' /  m
Physical
Weight9 oz / 265 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.2 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)10.2 x 8.4 x 4.9"
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