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Audio-Technica ATH-DSR9BT Bluetooth Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-DSR9BT Bluetooth Headphones

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Wow .. I was excited when I saw this, then I realized that I can pick these up for around the same price, right now, at my local headphone shop.
piriya33
There are 2 versions of headphones with this technology, one is a 2 driver DSR7BT and this 4 driver model DSR9BT. If your local shop has them at this price they are a very aggressive retailer. this is the first time I am aware these have been offered at a discount on a large scale.
poteetb1
Small discount, in fact. The two models are going for 11900 THB and 17900 THB ($565) The sale has the DSR9BT at 14900 THB (around $470)
The sale has ended though but you can still pick one up for around 15900 THB ($500)
These headphones are stunning! Congrats to the lucky few that made the drop, I am a tad envious!!!
I have this and I like the sound signature of it. A good space between your ears and audio can be felt. Very detailed sound. Its balanced and across frequencies sound lively. Compared the sound between AKG K845BT, sony Wh1000xm2 and bose QC 35, none of them came close in audio reproduction. Will choose the DSR9BT over them anytime.
Anyone know how he’d might Compare to aventho wireless? On ear v over ear but the aventho is pretty nice but pricey.
wow 449.99.... less than 450
correct no analog input. As for the USB input even though it is a micro USB input it was designed that only the included cable will fit, so no typical aftermarket cable will work it which can be a problem for just to charge the headphone if one loses the original cable or becomes broke.
Can anyone recommend a Mid-Range pair of Bluetooth Headphones that are not astronomically expensive? I can't justify $450 just for casual use. Thanks!
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glennac
Audio-Technica ATH-DSR7BT - the little brother of this model. Watch for them to go on sale–I bought them in December for $120 at Best Buy, though I haven't seen them as cheap since then. The sound is stunning and the build quality is good–I compare them to Sony MDR-1000X and WH1000XM2 with known headband cracking issues. As with the DSR9s, the DSR7s aren't exaggerated at the low or high ends. The sound signature is more neutral with some warmth and sophistication.
However, there are some things you should be aware of, both with the DSR7 & DSR9–neither offer multi-point pairing, though they can "remember" up to 8 devices. If you're going to use these with multiple devices you have to disconnect from each divide before connecting to another. Even if you're using NFC, you can't force connect to a different device first. This could be a good thing if the device that you want to use at the moment is the last one that you used and it just automatically pairs. But if that's not the case it can be a little frustrating, or it has been for me.
The Bluetooth range isn't as far as other BT headphones and it's mostly line of sight–again, I was comparing to the Sonys, which are amazing in this respect. The 15-hour battery life isn't on-par with many other BT headphones.
BUT, kept them and returned both Sonys for the sound! For me, this was far more important than BT range, battery life, lack of cool interface abilities (ALA Sony). The sound is multi-layered and rich and the soundstage invites you into its midst. Both Sonys sounded compressed in comparison and the soundstage sounded like you were listing from the outside in. They couldn't touch the Audio-Technicas.
I can only imagine how much better the DSR9s sound compared to my DSR7s. I wish that I had known some of the information above when deciding to buy these–I would have still bought them though.
Hope this was helpful.
GeekyGirl1
thanks for the kind words. And glad you are enjoying them!
Okay so.. Another wireless headphones over 400$ without noise canceling? ;^)
Nah. I don't want two pairs of wireless just to have one for noise canceling. I'll stick with Sonys.
Are these wireless only?
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Schism007
This line of AT bluetooth doesn’t connect with traditional 3.5mm, 1/4” analog cable; they’re a digital driver and connect via USB. I’ve heard them (and the DSR7) and think they sound great but I couldnt find much other connection information so gave up.Can they connect via Micro Usb? Lightning cable? I’d think so but haven’t found any definitive answers
BeerCanChicken
To connect wired to Android, you need to use a USB OTG (on-the-go) adapter. To connect to iOS, use an Apple Lightning to USB Camera Adapter.