The ATH-AD1000X rear-opening headphones offer a superb listening experience. Extremely light and incredibly comfortable, these headphones give you hours of extraordinary stereo listening, effortlessly. The large 53 mm aperture units on the headphones are based on the CCAW voice coils wrapped in the Audio-Technica coil that regenerate the audio signal with sharp resolution and deep, balanced bass.
AD1000X stands out for the accurate reproduction of classical and audiophile materials. These headphones are designed with lightweight aluminum honeycomb casings, which guarantee absolute comfort for long periods of wear. The exclusive headband in 2 parts has self-adjusting wings that exert little pressure and absolutely no force on the crown of the head, maintaining an engaging and pleasant listening experience.
Audiophile quality open air headphones offer clear and natural vocal and instrumental reproduction, high resolution audio, uniform tonal balance, precise images and a superlative dynamic range
Wide-opening 53 mm drivers and CCAW voice coils for superior audio reproduction
No sense of pressure on the ears, resulting in a completely natural sensation
The 3D wing support housing offers a vibration-proof mechanism that provides comfortable support for a better listening experience
Extremely comfortable ear cushions
Gold-plated 1/8 "(3.5 mm) stereo connector with 1/4" adapter (6.3 mm), on a 3 m Y-shaped cable
"Ccaw voice coil in OFC7N"
The ATH-AD1000X has pure OFC7N copper coils (99.99% deoxygenated) as well as incorporating a two-part metal magnetic circuit, whose function is to increase the efficiency and richness of the sound.
"Exclusive dad system"
The ATH-AD1000X headphones are equipped with a dual air damping system, which is present in the entire range of Audio-Technica Art Monitor headphones, to improve bass reproduction.
ATH-AD1000X is equipped with a Y-shaped cable that has PCOCC quadruple conductors (Pure Copper Ohno Continuous Cast) from 99.99% pure and deoxygenated monocrystalline, to ensure perfect reproduction of the original signal.