The ATH-WP900 portable over-ear headphones feature beautiful flame maple housings for high-fidelity on-the-go listening and high aesthetics. Maple is a stiff, dense wood often used to make string instruments such as guitars and violins. Here, we’ve fused a thin slice of flame-grain maple on top of solid, machined maple to produce housings that ensure clear, natural sound quality. The flame maple finish, provided by Japanese guitar manufacturer Fujigen, brings out the unique grain of each housing for a one-of-a-kind beauty that will deepen with age.
The headphones are equipped with exclusive 53 mm drivers with powerful magnetic circuitry, DLC (diamond-like carbon) coating, and top-mounted PCB construction for exceptional full-range audio reproduction. A specially designed angled baffle improves airflow between the front and rear of the diaphragm for better low- to mid-range audio reproduction, and also optimally positions the earcups over the ears for improved comfort and sound containment.
The headphones also feature A2DC (Audio Designed Detachable Coaxial) jacks for secure connection to the two included 1.2 m (3.9') detachable cables. One cable has a 3.5 mm (1/8") gold-plated stereo mini-plug for use with smartphones and standard audio devices. The other cable is equipped with a 4.4 mm (1/6"), 5-pole gold-plated balanced plug for use with high-resolution digital audio players and balanced-compatible headphone amplifiers. The earpads and headband of the ATH-WP900 are made from smooth, synthetic leather for long-lasting comfort, and the earcups swivel-flat for easy transport in the included carrying pouch.
|Driver Diameter||53 mm|
|Frequency Response||5 – 50,000 Hz|
|Maximum Input Power||1000 mw|
|Weight||243 g (8.6 oz), without cable|
|Cable||Detachable 1.2 m (3.9') cable (A2DC to 3.5 mm (1/8") gold-plated stereo mini-plug; detachable 1.2 m (3.9') cable (A2DC to 4.4 mm (1/6"), 5-pole gold-plated balanced plug)|
|Accessories Included||Carrying pouch|
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Just the looks alone justify a purchase in my opinion. Images don't do them justice.You really have to see them in person.
Regarding the sound... I will keep it simple. They have a very prominent mid bass punch that is quick and which is more than the B&W P9, Denon 9200 and Ultrasone edition 15 but from memory not as much as the Campfire Cascades. Sub-bass is slightly elevated but not like the 9200. Mids are slightly recessed and highs are a little elevated in the upper registers but not detailed as the 9200, P9 or Edition 15. So i get the feeling that this a warmer tilted signature. Pardon the pun but this punches above its price. The mid bass, portability and looks are the defining characteristics for me.