В теме новинок 2019 года модель ATH-AP2000Ti уже мелькала, но обзоры есть только зарубежные. Средний ценник в известных интернет магазинах порядка 100к деревянных, что немало.
Интересно, нет ли на руках данной модели у обитателей форума? Появится ли она в ДХ?
Один из отзывов владельца с head-fi опубликую на англ:
Got my ATH-AP2000Ti's today. Initial impressions are wow. They are so detailed, the mids are extremely clear, and the bass is very good. The bass doesn't have the presence of a planar headphone but it's nice and punchy with good depth and extension. The bass on the ATH-AP2000Ti's reminds me of the bass on my Utopia's. It's not always present but if the bass in the music they both deliver it with speed, definition, and authority. This is new territory for Audio-Techinca. This headphone is definitely an upgrade from the A2000Z's I had before. They still might be considered bass lite for some but you can always add subbass. The good thing about this headphone adding some subbass shouldn't interfere with the rest of the frequency spectrum.
Audio-Technica does treble as good as any headphone manufacturer and the ATH-AP2000Ti's are no exception. The clarity in the treble is top notch. The overall sound signature is on the brighter side of neutral but to me this adds to the openness of the headphone. They don't sound congested or closed in at all. The soundstage is pretty good. Imaging is very good as well.
They are very light and very comfortable. The wing headband system is gone and I couldn't be happier. These feel so much more nicer on the head with a good seal. When I had the A2000Z's I had to bend the headphone band because I couldn't get them to sit on my head properly. Not so with these. They fit like a "normal" headphone. The earpads are contoured to fit more naturally around the ear. They remind me of a less thicker version of my Z1R earpads, nice touch. That's all I have for now. I'm going to let these burn-in for awhile and come back for more listening.
Can you compare it with Z1R and 820? Those two are the best closed I've ever tried, just want to have some benchmark to judge as I don't think 2000Ti gonna come to my local Jaben anytime soon.
Sure! The AP2000Ti is the brighter sounding headphone of the three by a wide margin. But it's not sibilant at all. I find the clarity amazing. When you compare it to the Z1R and HD820 without giving your ears some rest you would think it sounds thin but it's not. It's just that the AP2000Ti is on the brighter side of neutral. Where as, the Z1R and HD820 are on the warmer side of neutral. The AP2000Ti is very revealing but I think the HD820 is most resolving of the three. Surprisingly, the AP2000Ti has a very good soundstage. It's not as spacious sounding as the HD820 but it holds its own against the other two. Music doesn't sound closed in at all on the AP2000Ti. The Z1R's do a very good job of sounding like an open headphone as well.
The midrange is nicely integrated and smooth on the AP2000Ti. It's clear and ever so slightly pushed back when compared to the Z1R and HD820 midrange. Both of the latter two headphones the midrange is more forward sounding with nice body and tone. The HD820's timbre is the best of the bunch. It just sounds so natural.
The treble on the AP2000Ti is one of the best I've heard. I love the treble on this headphone. The treble on the Z1R can be peaky at times depending on the song. The treble on the Z1R is a lot better with an all copper cable but it's still not as good as the HD820 or AP2000Ti's treble to my ears. The treble on the HD820's matches that of the AP2000Ti in clarity and detail. But begins to separate itself because it sounds more out of your head.
Now on to the bass. All three present bass differently. The Z1R is the deepest and sounds like a subwoofer in your head. The draw back of this kind of bass presentation is that it can over take the music on some songs. The AP2000Ti's and HD820's bass is better integrated, more linear. The kick drums have a nice thump it on both these headphones. The HD820's bass sound so natural and its the most defined of the three. But the AP2000Ti's bass in not far behind in definition to the HD820's. The Z1R's is big and bold and is on a whole different level.
If I had sum up the sound of these headphones it would be as follows:
AP2000Ti: Of a bright nature, but paints a very good image. Every note can be heard and the bass is very good. The midrange is smooth and balanced. Very easy to drive and is not source dependent and sounds good out of lesser sources. Best Audio-Technica I've heard.
HD820: Refined, open, dynamic, resolving and detailed. Finally has the bass I've been looking for from a TOTL Sennheiser headphone. Pin point imaging, with nice bass and midrange body You forget you're listening to a closed headphone. Sounds the best with better sources. Extra power is not required but helps bring out the best sound in this headphone
Z1R: One word, musical. You can put this headphone on and enjoy any type of music. Easy to drive and scales very well. Has the richest sound due to it big bass and full sounding midrange.
All three are keepers. But if I had to keep one it would be the HD820's.
Сообщение отредактировал Ololoshevkin: 04 September 2019 - 16:53