Audio-Technica ATH-M60x Studio Headphones M60 X M 60
Designed for studio, broadcast and mobile applications, the ATH-M60x on-ear professional monitor headphones utilize the same proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers found in the legendary ATH-M50x headphones, delivering exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range with accurate bass response. The low-profile, closed-back, on-ear design provides excellent sound isolation and a great fit, which is enhanced by the exceptional comfort and durability of the memory foam earpads and headband. The headphones come with three interchangeable cables (1.2 m - 3.0 m coiled, 3.0 m straight, and 1.2 m straight - each with a 3.5 mm (1/8″) mini-plug), a 6.3 mm (1/4″) screw-on adapter, and a protective carrying pouch.
Low-profile, closed-back, on-ear design provides excellent isolation and fit
Proprietary 45 mm large-aperture drivers (the same used in the legendary ATH-M50x) with rare earth magnets and copper-clad aluminum wire voice coils
Carefully crafted using key metal components for lasting durability
Exceptional clarity throughout an extended frequency range with accurate bass response
Low-impedance design delivers high output level from any headphone output
Premium, memory foam earpads and headband allow headphones to be worn comfortably for hours on end
Earpads and headband detach for easy replacement
Ideal for studio, broadcast and mobile applications
Detachable cables (includes 1.2 m - 3.0 m coiled cable, 3.0 m straight cable and 1.2 m straight cable)
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