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Audio-Technica ATH-AWAS Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-AWAS Headphones

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A truly immersive listening experience is hard to find—and so is the wood from the rare Asada Zakura Japanese cherry tree. Using one to create the other, Audio-Technica has unveiled the ATH-AWAS: a pair of headphones housed in striking red Asada Zakura wood to suppress unwanted resonance for clear, natural acoustics Read More
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avoidwork
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Dec 30, 2020
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Worth it
Very happy to add these to my collection. There's no creaking, or other defects mentioned in comments prior to the ship date; haters gonna hate.
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avoidwork
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Jul 7, 2021
@Hyde the AWAS will hit their potential with the right amp; will it be the sound you’re after? really hard to say - the DAC will factor a bit, as you will be able to hear the differences. The bass is significantly lightly than the th900 - apples to oranges really, but the treble can be a problem with different gear; never really enjoyed mine until I got this amp (AT-BHA100). I've found it works best on class A amps, or tubes/hybrid tubes. It's bland on THX amps.
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Jul 7, 2021
Ah got it, so AWAS sounds the best with Audio Technica's own hybrid tube amp lol (AT-BHA100). I guess it makes sense maybe it was tuned with that amp to begin with. It also sounds like maybe it just likes warmer sources. THX amps is known to be very lean. At this point maybe for my taste D9200 might be a safer choice lol. Thank you for the explanations!