SNAMM03: Pro Headphones Won’t Break Bank

Audio-Technica borrow heavily from its high end models      23/07/03
SNAMM03: Pro Headphones Won’t Break Bank
Quality phones at a good price

Audio-Technica’s range of professional monitor heapdphones have reputation for quality. Well now that pedigree has been extended to the new ATH-M20 professional monitor headphones. The new ATH-M20 headphones utilize a closed-back design, feature a rich bass response with an extended high end, and are available at an extremely affordable price point. Employing the company’s latest transducer technology, the new ATH-M20 dynamic stereo headphones offer the highest level of sonic accuracy in a design engineered to provide maximum comfort for hours of listening. Aimed at project studio engineers, home recordists, electronic music labs, and recording musicians, the ATH-M20 headphones feature a low-profile, closed-back design providing exceptional clarity and superior isolation in high-volume listening situations. The headphones feature 40 mm drivers, each with a neodymium magnet structure, and have a frequency response of 30 – 20,000 Hz. The ATH-M20’s also have a lightweight, adjustable cushioned headband to provide maximum listening comfort. In addition, they feature a gold-plated stereo 1/8" (3.5 mm) connector with strain relief and snap-on 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter, as well as a sturdy, ultra-flexible 10' (3.0 m) coiled cable with single-side exit (left side). The ATH-M20 headphones will be available in August 2003 with an MSRP of $69.00.
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