Audio-Technica ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone

MX75008 ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone
MX75008 ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone MX75008 ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone MX75008 ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone MX75008 ATH-M50xBT Wireless Bluetooth v5.0 Headphones w/ Integrated Micrphone

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It's about time Audio Technica had a BT version.

Submitted on Friday, December 13, 2019
By Oliver
From Calgary

Strengths of the product

- Build quality is superb; plastic parts doesn't feel cheap. - Long battery life. After the initial recharge, the battery lasted 45 hours. My old Razer Adaro's lasted 25 hours and I thought that was long. - Bluetooth version 5 - The placement of the LED Status Indictator is perfect. Absolutely perfect. It's not too bright and placed in a location where it doesn't irritate anyone near you. - Available aftermarket support for earpads. Audio Technica and the ATH-Mx0 product line have been around for a long time.

Weaknesses of the product

- My biggest gripe would be the control buttons and it needs to be more prominent. Lots of fumbling around to press the correct buttons. - Stock earpads are a tad too small and stiff but over time it'll get more comfortable.

Additional Comments

After my Adaro's died, I was a bit disappointed that there are no decent Bluetooth headphones (i.e. no mic) and it seems these days the only decent headphones are headsets. I decided on the M50xBT after reading / watching numerous reviews what's on the market. I cannot comment on the Voice Assist feature as I have no way to tell how well it works and don't have any plans to use it. Bluetooth performance is as expected; no difference compared to my Adaro. However, pairing with my tablet was not as seamless. Download the User Manual (not Quick Guide) from Audio Technica for more information on pairing the headphone. I haven't had any issues with heat after prolonged use (8+ hours). YMMV I'm no audiophile but I am happy with the audio quality thus far.
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