Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7GM SonicPro Over-Ear High-Resolution Audio Headphones, Gun Metal Gray

March 10, 2016 - Comment

Springing from Audio-Technica’s rich heritage in professional audio, the ATH-MSR7 Over-Ear High-Resolution Audio Headphones are designed to reproduce Hi-Res Audio, allowing users to hear music the way it was intended. The over-ear headphones are outfitted with exclusive 45 mm True Motion Drivers, which utilize lightweight voice coils, a custom-mounted printed circuit board and specially designed


Springing from Audio-Technica’s rich heritage in professional audio, the ATH-MSR7 Over-Ear High-Resolution Audio Headphones are designed to reproduce Hi-Res Audio, allowing users to hear music the way it was intended. The over-ear headphones are outfitted with exclusive 45 mm True Motion Drivers, which utilize lightweight voice coils, a custom-mounted printed circuit board and specially designed diaphragm to improve transient response and minimize sound distortion for rich, detailed audio reproduction. The ATH-MSR7 headphones also feature multi-layered air damping technology for extended mid-to-low frequency response. The housings, designed to “mirror” the full shape of the ear, are constructed of an aluminum/magnesium mix, layered to provide a lightweight, rigid structure that reduces unwanted resonance. Three precisely placed vents within these layers work to control air flow and improve dynamics. The over-ear headphones’ highly flexible swivel design, with soft, memory foam ear pads and headband ensure lasting comfort even during the longest listening sessions. And with three detachable cables (standard 1.2 m (3.9′) and 3.0 m (9.8′) cables, plus a 1.2 m (3.9′) cable with in-line controls and microphone for compatible smartphones and other devices) the ATH-MSR7 can provide Hi-Res Audio anywhere you go.

Product Features

  • Newly designed 45 mm True Motion Drivers deliver Hi-Res Audio reproduction
  • Multi-layer Air Damping Technology
  • Ultra-comfortable, soft, memory foam ear pads and headband
  • Three detachable cables
  • Stainless steel acoustic mesh resistor

Comments

DM says:

Guide to the MSR7 with Comparisons to top competitors Audio Technica has crafted a pair of headphones that might make you second guess your pair of MX50s, or any other headphone in this price range.Here is a guide to the ATH-MSR7’s examining what they do right and where they fall short.Build/AppearancePros:+ Very “public” friendly (GREAT looking set of headphones)+ Matte finish on the aluminum housing and nice colored accents as well as chrome touches in several places+ Brushed chrome slider+ Outward bulk is as minimal as it can be given the size, no strange gaps, stay pretty flushed to your head+ Good durability and flexibility+ They may slide a bit, but they stay on your head if you’re walking, turning head quickly.+ Aluminum casing around the drivers and metal headband look and feel impressive+ Balanced weight, no manufacturing oddities+ Earphones twist (the correct way, unlike QC25 which fold outwards if you are wearing them around your…

Benjamin says:

A serious #1 contender for the mid-price high-fidelity headphones market Audio-Technica is a Japanese company that has been in the audio industry for more than 50 years. As a young man I used to work at a radio station and we used to have plenty of high-end Audio-Technica hardware for two reasons: they were among the best, and they stood well hard use. I still believe this statements are true today. Audio-Technica continues to be at the top of the game, creating outstanding audio equipment that is designed to endure even the most demanding customer.When it comes to headphones, we’ve entered an era where it seems like everyone is using headphones to listen to music. Although using headphones for musical enjoyment is not my first choice, I do actually use headphones once in a while. And because I highly value the quality of the music I listen to, I want the best. The market is very competitive, though, when it comes to headphones. I do proudly have at home Sennheiser and PBS M4U 1, and both are outstanding (the PBS first, though). I am now adding these…

Donna More says:

Phenomenal Short Review: It’s simply the absolute best headphone in the around $400 if you want noise-isolating flat frequency response headphones. I have tested these along side at about 15 headphones (see below for list) in this price range and these were simply the best by far in terms of sound quality. Period. Not only in total, but also each section (sound stage, bass, treble, mids). It’s build quality isn’t the best when it comes to its feel but it’ll last at least a decade.Long Review:Sound Stage: not a single closed-back headphone even comes close, not even the M70x which is very similar to this headphone.Bass: Not boosted like the headphones designed for the current fad but still some head-shaking action on dubstep or hiphop tracks. I never heard a track with this that I thought the bass was drowning or lackingTreble: Crazy crisp. Although the bass and mids don’t even come close to lacking, the treble is where it can’t get any better…

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