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Audio-Technica ATH-AG1X High-Fidelity Closed-Back Gaming Headset @ Amazon - £69.99
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Audio-Technica ATH-AG1X High-Fidelity Closed-Back Gaming Headset @ Amazon - £69.99

£69.99£310.8077%Amazon Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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These usually sell for around £150, I picked one up recently for £85 so this is an absolute bargain!

As I own this headset I can give you an accurate opinion.
These are absolutely amazing.

Amazing sound, mic is great, nice and comfy, can't get better for the price.
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That rrp is jokes
benhornsby199929/11/2019 11:37

That rrp is jokes


I completely agree, but this headset sounds better than almost any of my other headphones, and I own a lot.

I don't say it lightly, the sound quality on these blew me away, clean, crisp, great soundstage, bass is tight, I love them.
How is the open air version for £110? Looking for a pair that doesn't close me off from the world entirely
solarfreak29/11/2019 12:23

How is the open air version for £110? Looking for a pair that doesn't …How is the open air version for £110? Looking for a pair that doesn't close me off from the world entirely


The open back version will produce a wider soundstage but will have less bass.

The closed back version isolates external noise well but has a surprisingly large soundstage.
How can the rrp be that when it's not even wireless. If this was wireless I'd go for it tho
peekaboo9229/11/2019 12:39

How can the rrp be that when it's not even wireless. If this was wireless …How can the rrp be that when it's not even wireless. If this was wireless I'd go for it tho


Some people value audio quality over wirless. You'd never pay the RRP for it but i'd say this is worth £200 easy and you wouldn't be disapointed at that price.
I'm returning mine. They hurt my ears after using them for an hour or so. The pad system is not the best fit for me.
jg21329/11/2019 13:24

I'm returning mine. They hurt my ears after using them for an hour or so. …I'm returning mine. They hurt my ears after using them for an hour or so. The pad system is not the best fit for me.


That's fair, I actually find these very comfortable for long periods of time and I'm usually extremely picky about headphone comfort. Everyone's heads a different shape though >.<
Edited by: "OGNinjaDon" 29th Nov 2019
How do they compare to ATH-M50x?
michalko29/11/2019 14:59

How do they compare to ATH-M50x?


I'm unable to give you a fully accurate answer, but I have owned the M50x and I sent them back due to their dull, tinny sound, I prefered the Beyerdynamic at the time. These headphones gave me a massive surprise when I first put them on, so all I can say is one was good and one was bad in MY opinion.

Everyone is different though!
Tempted to give these a go. Been using a sennheiser pc 363d for the past few years and they’re great especially in the comfort department, just occasionally wish they had a tiny bit more omph.

These seem to have better frequency range so maybe they’ll give me that extra bump I’m looking for, could be wrong though as my knowledge on headphones isn’t the best (but not the worst either ).
MrWeeWoo29/11/2019 15:46

Tempted to give these a go. Been using a sennheiser pc 363d for the past …Tempted to give these a go. Been using a sennheiser pc 363d for the past few years and they’re great especially in the comfort department, just occasionally wish they had a tiny bit more omph.These seem to have better frequency range so maybe they’ll give me that extra bump I’m looking for, could be wrong though as my knowledge on headphones isn’t the best (but not the worst either ).


All I will say is get them, you won't be sorry.
OGNinjaDon29/11/2019 16:17

All I will say is get them, you won't be sorry.


I just bought them knowing that I can return them if I need to. My only other choices were the Arctis 5 and the Cloud II's that are bellow 50£ now.

I really hope they are durable enough and that the mic is as good as they claim it is.
Watch this before buying
SlawomirSz29/11/2019 19:58

Watch this before buying[Video]


Very complimentary review, did you think it showed negatives?
'Flattest sound he every heard' = volume can be v.high
'Everything is clear and easily heard' = perfect

Two things that are are essential in getting the advantage of hearing every sound, fast.

Review guy has access to hi-grade and says 'always looking for a headphone that gives an advantage gaming' and never finds it.
Non reviewers will find it, £20 Turtle Beach>£30 Sennheisers,>£100 ArctisPro. Then you do notice the advantage in gaming.
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