What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Audio Technica Audiophile ATH-AD2000X Open-Air Headphones?

A total of 8 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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25th Jul 2021

ATH-AD2000X is one I am currently considering. New ones would fit my budget. I found them on amazon for about $661 (560 euros).

Would the true bass/bass boost functionality on the Zen Dac V2 compensate for that needed punch?

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30th Mar 2016

Unfortunately I live in Spain, so 500$ imported is the lowest I could find. If I was to buy them from Spain, that’s the price I’m getting… https://www.amazon.es/Audio-Technica-ATHAD2000x-Auriculares-clavija/dp/B009S32ZPI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1459348766&sr=8-2&keywords=ad2000x

(1493,46 USD)

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2nd Jun 2015

> I am going to purchase some high end headphones.

that’s a bold statement. The HD558 are entry-level to mid-fi and a very solid choice for someone who just wants t oget a foot into the world of good audio equipment. You should definitely check out the Wiki at the top and make sure that you can specify what you are actually looking for (e.g. sound signature, open-closed back headphones, driver types, amplification). Currently there’s a good deal on the Audio Technica AD2000X on amazon.

> my next mission after this will be to understand vinyl…

What is is you don’t understand? In terms of sound quality vinyl has it’s pros and cons. The reason why audio enthusiasts like vinyl is, that there’s less clipping and better fidelity in some cases. In case you don’t know what I’m talking about you can check up on the terms “Loudness War” and how it effects modern pop music.

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11th Aug 2020

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29th Nov 2019

Yeah, not a lot of room to work with beyond a certain price point. I’d add a 4K or 240hz monitor as a secondary monitor but thats about it.

OP, if you really want to fill that budget I’d look into audiophile headphones/DACs like this and this.

Bespoke/high end mechanical keyboards are another option and feel otherworldly compared to general corsair mechs with cherry switches. /r/mechanicalkeyboards might interest you – custom keyboards are built by buying parts individually and most posts on that sub are usually $400-$500+

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14th Jul 2016

I’m really hung up on the look of the AKG K701 for some reason (probably this, heh), but I don’t want any leather. Are there any similar options without the leather?

Budget: Preferably under 300$, but I can save up

Closest I can find so far is the ATH-AD2000X which is expensive and not quite what I’m looking for.

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22nd Oct 2015

there are also many advocats for the AD2000X here.

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20th Feb 2019

Np how much are going to spend on headphones for gaming if you want the best Competitive advantage and you want foot steps all day https://www.amazon.com/Technica-Audiophile-ATH-AD2000X-Open-Air-Headphones/dp/B009S32ZPI are your headphones and if you looking for good Headphones for gaming and music for 600$ https://www.amazon.com/beyerdynamic-1990-Pro-Black-Dt1990/dp/B01KM9EJ7I

https://www.amazon.com/NewFantasia-Replacement-Compatible-Headphones-1-2meters/dp/B00KAST95Y or if you want under 300$ gaming headphones here is your best beyerdynamic dt990 premium 600ohm Version https://www.amazon.com/beyerdynamic-Premium-Open-Back-Stereo-Headphones/dp/B07DJ17FTG