Audio-Technica ATH-M40fs Negro Supraaural Diadema auricular - Auriculares (Supraaural, Diadema, Alámbrico, 5 - 28000 Hz, 3,4 m, Negro)
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Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Conector de 6,5 mm: Si
Frecuencia de auricular: 5 - 28000 Hz
Longitud de cable: 3,4 m
Obstrucción: 60 Ω
Peso: 250 g
Potencia máxima de entrada: 1600 mW
Sensibilidad de auricular: 100 dB
Sistema acústico: Cerrado
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
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I have compared these to the ATH M35 and the ATH M50, and I like these a little better. I initially liked the M35 and M50 better, but after using the three over several weeks with many different amps and receivers, and with dozens of different types of music, I find I can make more of my music sound great working with the M40fs. All three give a clear and spacious sound when the source is good.
I believe the M50 is a little hyped right now, and will soon begin coming down in price, just as the M40fs did a few years back.
These are very comfortable for me. The padding on the top of the band and around the ears makes these sit easy for long periods of time. Your mileage may vary, of course, if your ears are differently sized/shaped.
The biggest complaint: the covering on the ear pads has started to flake off something awful. At first this was a minor thing with a speck here or there, but now it's falling away like no one's business. That's been an issue for ~a year or so.
Other minor complaints: the cord is incredibly long - this can be a pro in some circumstances but annoying in others. Adapters from stereo to minijack can be a little frustrating to find at times. I tend to buy those elsewhere online. (Also those adapters tend to fail on the reg, which isn't the headphones' fault at all but still sucks.)
Now for the other qualities
Aesthetically: let's face it. These aren't going to win any beauty awards. They're rather "old school" looking. Kind of bulbous, sticking out large on the sides of your head. This, obviously, is just subjective but it does matter to some. Personally I don't really care but others might.
Comfort: This is where these really let me down. Though I record and produce music, I did not buy these for my studio. Instead I use them at work. I have long periods of time where I am working autonomously at my computer where I can listen to albums worth of music each day. The problem is it is often hard for me to get through an album because they hurt my ears after a while. The padding is sufficient but as they are kind of heavier, clunkier headphones, they saw fit to give them a over-the-head band with a lot of tension. This puts stress on the tops of my ears and becomes painful. I can rarely go more than an hour wearing them and obviously if I try to use them for multiple listening sessions through out the day, the irritation becomes worse. I don't think I could use these in my studio because longer sessions would become impossible, despite taking breaks (which you should do so regularly if you are mixing any way).
Ear fatigue: Along with them becoming physically uncomfortable, I notice I get ear fatigue (or "brain" as my buddy and I call it) with them as well. This is that kind of fuzzy-head feeling you get from listening for too long. Well, that seems to come on surprisingly fast because I am removing them from my head frequently (again, because of the physical discomfort). This was surprising to me considering how flat of a response they provide and how clear they are. Again, would not be good for longer mixing sessions IMO. I do keep my volume pretty low too.
So, good sounding cans but my body can't seem to tolerate very long exposure to them so they're not meeting my needs at work or in the studio.
I would suggest the Sony MDR-7506's over these. Even though the Sony's do seem to color the sound a bit more, over all, they're just much comfortable to me, both physically and in terms of ear fatigue.
For the price you cannot go wrong unless you have a sensitivity to "around the ear" headphones. Some reviewers have complained about these headphones hurting after a while, and I too experience this after about an hour and a half of continuous wear. I use them to watch movies late at night so I won't disturb others who might be sleeping. Yet, I am not discomforted enough by this slight annoyance as to reduce my review rating from five to four stars because, these headphones are built so well and sound so good that I cannot justify it.
One has to consider the ridiculously low price Audio-Technica is charging for these headphones. After all, you can pay nearly as much for units that are vastly inferior from a construction standpoint, not to mention that other headphones at this price do not sound this flat. Cheaper headphones use inferior drivers that will adversely color the sound. Most of the headphones on the market at this price have poor bass response and unrealistic high frequency response. The low frequencies are typically not present at the volume level equal to the recording and the high frequencies have a "shrill" quality to them that distorts the high end in the most annoying manner.
This set represents the best quality at the lowest price. Fyi, 1/4 inch jack, designed to plug into a stereo receiver, not an ipod!