Audio-Technica

Audio-Technica SonicPro earbuds offer a high-res experience

Audio-Technica SonicPro earbuds offer a high-res experience

Audio-Technica has introduced some new SonicPro in-ear headphones, the ATH-CKR10, ATH-CKR9, ATH-CKR7, ATH-CKR5iS and ATH-CKR3iS models. Each model is said to hold up to the demands of high-resolution audio tracks, giving audiophiles and discerning listeners a quality experience. The ATH-CKR10 and ATH-CKR9 models in particular also feature a Push-Pull Driver System, something said to be a world's first. With this system, both earbud models position themselves against larger headphone models with studio-level audio in a portable, more convenient design.

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Audio-Technica ATH-D900USB USB headphones are first with a 24-bit USB DAC

Audio-Technica ATH-D900USB USB headphones are first with a 24-bit USB DAC

Audio-Technica has been producing all sorts of audiophile grade audio gear for a number of years. The company is particularly known for producing some high-quality USB turntables that are able to turn vinyl records into digital tracks via USB connectivity. The company has announced a new set of audiophile grade USB headphones will launch in February 2014 called the ATH-D9000USB.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP60 LP to digital turntable supports PC and Mac

Audio-Technica AT-LP60 LP to digital turntable supports PC and Mac

Audio-Technica has announced a new LP to digital turntable system. The turntable is the AT-LP60 and it's designed to help you get your old-school vinyl record collection into digital form. Turntable connects to Mac or Windows computers using a USB cable.

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Audio-Technica whips out QuietPoint ATH-ANC1 noise-cancelling earphones

Audio-Technica whips out QuietPoint ATH-ANC1 noise-cancelling earphones

Typically when I mention Audio-Technica it's because the company is pulling another USB turntable out of its bag of tricks. Today Audio-Technica has announced a new addition to its line of noise-cancelling headphones called the ATH-ANC1.

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Audio-Technica offers AT-LP2D-USB USB turntable

Audio-Technica offers AT-LP2D-USB USB turntable

Last month I mentioned a new USB turntable that Audio-Technica had debuted called the AT-LP120-USB. The turntable was cool and could turn your vinyl into digital tracks, but the thing was very expensive at almost $500. Today Audio-Technica has debuted a new USB turntable that is much cheaper called the AT-LP2D-USB.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB turntable breaks cover

Audio-Technica AT-LP120-USB turntable breaks cover

Audio-Technica has been making audio products like headphones and turntables for a long time. We may be in the midst of the digital music revolution with most other music formats becoming an afterthought to many consumers, but there are still those out there who like the old school sound of vinyl.

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Audio Technica announces new headphones

Audio Technica announces new headphones

If you're in the market for a new pair of headphones that are intended for the true audiophile, the latest line, ranging from entry-level to super advanced, announced from Audio Technica today might be a good fit for you.

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Audio-Technica ‘Headphones for Ladies’

Audio-Technica ‘Headphones for Ladies’

As everybody knows, a woman's ears will blister and burn if exposed to headphones not purposefully designed for them.  So thank goodness for Audio-Technica's new headphone ranges "created especially for women", five sets of wired on-ear and in-ear models that will make feminists punch the air in delight.  As Crystal Griffith, Audio-Technica's Consumer Marketing Manager gushes, "They combine attractive design with outstanding sound quality, portability and value, and come in a variety of appealing colors to match any style – or stand out in the crowd."  Blimey.

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Audio-Technica ATH-EQ700 retractable earphones

Audio-Technica Japan have unveiled their latest headphones, the ATH-EQ700, which pack retractable cables to avoid in-bag tangling. With an adjustable over-ear clip and positionable driver angles to suit different ear shapes, they have a frequency range of 14 - 24,000Hz and 22 ohms impedance. Of course the clever part is the cabling: the cord between the two earphones can extend to up to 50cm, while the main cable can pull out to 1m.