We have currently reviewed 15 Audio Technica headphones. They're a versatile brand with many varied and affordable models. They make some great studio headphones and decent models for more casual use too.
The best Audio Technica headphones for audio quality are the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x. They’re popular over-ear headphones that are a great closed-back choice for critical listening and DJing and thanks to their almost unmatched price to sound quality ratio. If you're looking for a sturdy and durable pair of headphones that you're primarily going to use to listen to music, then they're a great option. They're comfortable and have an excellent sound quality but they do not block a lot of noise.
The Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7NC are a more versatile and premium alternative to the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x. They don't sound as good but still deliver a balanced sound profile that would satisfy most listeners. They're also noise cancelling which makes them a bit more suitable for commuting and traveling than the M50x, although their isolation performance isn't as strong as some of the other noise cancelling headphones we've tested. On the upside, they're well-built, they don't leak, and they're very comfortable. They're also cheaper and more well-rounded than the Audio-Technica ATH-M70x.
The Audio-Technica ATH-M60x are a more portable, on-ear alternative to the popular Audio-Technica ATH-M50x. They don’t sound quite as great, but they still sound very good, with an exceptionally well-balanced frequency response that’s great for all kinds of music. They’re the best on-ear wired headphones we’ve tested thanks to their simple, studio design and good overall sound quality. Don’t get these if you’re looking to block out distracting noise, since their on-ear design doesn’t create much of a seal, but if you like their modern, compact style, they’re a good choice overall.
Overall, Audio-Technica offers a broad variety of headphones and models. They're an affordable brand that delivers in the sound department, with the ATH-M series being especially popular for its very good audio quality and comparatively low price. Their headphones might not all have the best build quality, and the noise cancelling models don’t have the best noise isolation, but the variety they offer and the great audio fidelity of most of their models we’ve tested make them a reputable and frequently recommended brand.
Audio-Technica is a well-known brand. They make affordable headphones that compete with higher-end models in the sound department but may not be as well-built. Their noise cancelling series struggles to deliver good isolation in loud environments but when it comes to audio reproduction, some of their headphones are exceedingly well balanced, even consider their affordable price points.
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