Audio Technica ATH-E70, ATH-E50 and ATH-E40 Professional In-Ear Monitors Released

Audio Technica unveiled their new E-Series Professional In-Ear Monitor headphones geared towards demanding sound professionals and musicians who use IEMs in a studio, on the stage or in a DJ booth. The new E-Series is composed of the Audio Technica ATH-E70, the flagship in this series, followed by the ATH-E50 and the ATH-E40. The ATH-E70 features three balanced armature drivers, while the ATH-E50 is powered by a single balanced armature driver. The cheapest in this line, ATH-E40, features a proprietary dual phase push-pull driver. The E-Series are said to bring the sonic signature of the M-series to an in-ear design and are also compatible with the M2 and M3 in-ear monitor wireless system. More details below.

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Audio Technica E-Series IEMs Released

Audio Technica ATH-E70

First is the ATH-E70, the flagship in-ear monitor model in the E-Series. Its accuracy and detail allow precise balancing of the mix, making it the perfect choice for monitoring on stage and ENG mixing in the studio. Offering high-resolution audio and an accurate sound stage, this model is designed for sound professionals who demand the best.

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ATH-E70 Features:

  • Three balanced armature drivers provide accurate and extended response across the entire frequency range
  • Flexible memory cable loops over ears for a custom fit and long-wearing comfort
  • Specially designed housing provides maximum isolation, allowing you to focus on the music
  • Detachable cable offers exceptional durability and optimized audio performance
  • Includes a carrying case, silicone eartips and Comply™ foam eartips

Price and Availability
The Audio Technica ATH-E70 comes with a street price of $399 USD and will start shipping this March 2016 in the US. See latest pricing and availability here.

Audio Technica ATH-E50

Second is the ATH-E50 features excellent isolation that ensures confident, comfortable stage performance. To address the evolution of modern music production, this model also excels at providing a consistent reference in every sonic environment, making it the ideal choice for the producer on the road.

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ATH-E50 Features:

  • Powerful single balanced armature drivers provide an accurate full-range response
  • Flexible memory cable loops over ears for a custom fit and long-wearing comfort
  • Specially designed housing provides maximum isolation, allowing you to focus on the music
  • Detachable cable offers exceptional durability and optimized audio performance
  • Includes a carrying case and silicone eartips

Price and Availability
The Audio Technica ATH-E50 comes with a street price of $199 USD and will start shipping this March 2016 as well. See latest pricing and availability here.

Audio Technica ATH-E40

Finally, the ATH-E40 has a proprietary dual phase push-pull driver design which improves fidelity and efficiency. The ATH-E40 delivers powerful bass along with balanced mid and high frequencies to convey the full emotion of the music from the stage to the street.

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ATH-E40 Features:

  • Proprietary dual phase push-pull drivers excel in monitoring applications by providing exceptional accuracy and clarity
  • Flexible memory cable loops over ears for a custom fit and long-wearing comfort
  • Specially designed housing provides maximum isolation, allowing you to focus on the music
  • Detachable cable offers exceptional durability and optimized audio performance
  • Includes a carrying case and silicone eartips

Price and Availability
The Audio Technica ATH-E40 is the cheapest in the E-series and it comes with a street price of $99.00 USD only. It will also start shipping this March 2016. See latest pricing and availability here.

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