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Great drop. I bought these for $350 only a few weeks ago. Lovely set of cans.
Oof, for that price I would have recommended the Sony 1000xM3 over these every day of the week.
How much? They're available almost everywhere for under $200 new, and according to CamelCamelCamel, have been that price on Amazon since at least October 2018.
What are you on mate? They cost 200$ straight from manufacturer. You just got played.
I’m not in the USA. $200 is the usd. Price which is what the wired versions sell for here.
The Sony’s 1000s are $499
Buy them from the US and ship them to your country mate.
Did you like the cans? how do they compare to other cans you've tried?
I like them a lot, though I haven't had much experience in this space I am slowly learning more about headphones in general. I haven't tried them in a high fidelity environment, to be honest i bought them (along with a Yeti Nano) for gaming (as i couldn't get the mic to work with stereo bluetooth in Win10). I also bought them for airplane audio and iPhone audio. I found the iPhone BT audio to be lacking in overall volume but other than that are far superior to anything i've used prior.
No point shipping from the US with current exchange rates. 200 USD is already 282 USD, plus tax and then shipping made me about $20-30 savings only (with no local warranty).
I'd recommend you get a pair of sennheisers 58x next. They are absolutely bonkers. They are versatile, can be used for gaming and listening to music and podcasts. You also don't need a dedicated amp or dac to drive. they sound great right out the box. Beats mainstream cans such as the audio technicas but keep in mind they are wired.