Audio-Technica releases newer M-Series headphones

Audio-Technica is now offering newer M-Series headphones: ATH-M20x, ATH-M30x, ATH-M40x and ATH-M50x.

ath_m20x_4_sqThe M20x is pitched as a headphone with ‘modern design’ and ‘high-quality materials’ combined to give listening experience. As as far as paper specifications are concerned, its based on a closed-back dynamic design with 40nm Neodymium driver with 47 ohms impedance and weighs at 190 g.

The M30x uses a contoured earcup design which is sealed tight for better noise isolation with minimum bleed, according to the audio company. The headphone is said to be tuned for highly detailed audio with strong mid-range definition. These headphones are designed for studio tracking and mixing.

ath_m40x_3_sqAccording to the brand, the M40x is tuned flat for incredibly accurate audio monitoring across extended frequency range. Its made with pro-grade material and robust construction, and made mostly for professional studio tracking, mixing and DJ monitoring.

The M50x uses a larger 45mm Neodymium driver with impedance of up to 28 ohms and weighs at 285 g. It has interchangeable/detachable cables: 1.2m- 3.0m coiled cable, 3.0m straight cable and a 1.2m straight cable. The specifications for ATH-M20x, ATH-M30x, ATH-M40x and ATH-M50x can be found in their respected microsites. The MSRP are as follows:

ATH-M20x – INR 4,299/-

ATH-M30x – INR 5,999/-

ATH-M40x – INR 8,999/-

ATH-M50x – INR 13,499/-

ATH-M50xWH – INR 14,499/-

ATH-M50xBL – INR 14,499/-


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