Customer center login
Country and Language

Audio-Technica ATH-E70

59

3-Way In-Ear Headphones

  • External noise attenuation approx. 26 dB
  • 3 Way system: 1x Bass, 1x Mid, 1x High
  • Frequency range: 20 - 19,000 Hz
  • Sensitivity: 109 dB / mW
  • Impedance: 39 Ohm
  • Detachable cable
  • Cable length 160 cm
  • Angled 3.5 mm stereo jack plug
  • Colour headphones: Black/transparent
  • Cable colour: Transparent
  • Incl. Transport bag, 3.5 mm to 6.3 mm jack adapter, silicone and foam padding
Number of Ways 3
Custom Made No
Removable Cable Yes
Ambience No
Color Black
Bass Boost No
Midrange Boost No
HiFi No
Allround Yes
Application Allround
available since September 2016
Item number 393612
Number of Drivers 3
Cable Length 160
Impedance 39 Ohms
Sensitivity 109 dB
Usable with Otoplastic No
Show more
£258
Free shipping incl. VAT
In stock within about one week
In stock within about one week

This item is expected back in stock soon and can then be shipped immediately.

Standard Delivery Times
1
12 Sales Rank

59 Customer Reviews

s
Worth every penny
susman 19.07.2019
I was looking for a good quality IEMs, mainly for HiFi and some monitoring on-the-go.

I tried quite a few different IEMs, including these praised Chinese "5 BAs/3 BA+Dynamic" miracles. Spoiler alert: don't fall for it, Chinese may put 10 BA drivers into one earphone, but there's no proper engineering/tuning, so it really doesn't matter how many drivers they may put, if they don't tune them.

I stopped my search once I heard ATH-E70. This pair is just the best 300 EUR can get.

It's 3 BA drivers, very well engineered, very balanced sound - although it does depend a lot on silicone/foam buds you'd be using.

None of the included silicone buds ( foam buds cut highs, I dropped them immediately ) fit my ears, I have generic replacement buds lying around that fit very well, so that ( the only ) problem is solved.

ATH-E70 are highly recommended for any application IEMs may be used for.
sound
quality
comfort
Outside Noise Isolation
0
0
Report

Report

T
Excellent and value for money IEM
Tim1959 17.07.2019
I have been researching the best possible IEM at a sensible price for some time now. Previously I used a Klipsch X10i which has proved OK but lacking in a balanced output - not enough lower mid and bass. At any rate, they are literally falling apart!
I trust Audio Technica as a company and the ATH-E70s confirmed this trust. Excellent build quality and really comfortable. Soundwise - again, excellent ie reasonably balanced across the range with no glaring issues. Great sound stage and dynamics. Bass is a tad elevated with a complete ear seal, but I'd rather that than be irritated by excessive treble.
Only gripe - had to buy some large comply tips. Not much to moan about then :-)
Thomann also excellent - extra year warranty the reason I went with them.
sound
quality
comfort
Outside Noise Isolation
0
0
Report

Report

G
Serious upgrade from SE215
GarethOB 16.10.2019
I used to use a set of SE215s for my in ear monitoring but it always felt very muddy/poorly defined. I thought this was down to getting a mono feed, but a friend encouraged me to upgrade.

It's a night and day difference with the ATH-e70. They are more expensive, but a good bit cheaper than the triple driver shures, and honestly they're at least as good. It's made a world of difference with my in ear monitoring!
sound
quality
comfort
Outside Noise Isolation
0
0
Report

Report

B
Bogdan.Bacrau 25.12.2018
I'm using these headphones to listen to music and also as monitors while drumming.

These headphones made me realize that I've been missing a lot of information from the tracks I've been listening to for decades. The sound quality is so good, so clear, so how it should be. It also made me want to throw out all the other headphones and loudspeakers that I have.

The only thing that I find not good enough are the eartips. The headphones comes with a bunch of different sizes and types, but none are good for me. I have big ear canals and if I move and / or make facial expressions the headphones pop out of my ears. I bought SpinFit eartips and it's a little better, although I still have push the headphones in from time to time.

I really recommend these headphones.
sound
quality
comfort
Outside Noise Isolation
0
0
Report

Report

YouTube on this topic

Need help?