Monolith by Monoprice AMT Headphone
Product # 43235
UPC # 889028174500
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I see this awesome AMT headphone comes with a 6’ cord. I’d need a larger cord compatible with this headphone. Any recommendations?
BEST ANSWER: It's an extension cable for the single connector on the end of the cable that comes with the headphone. 1/4" in size. So you are looking to buy a 1/4" extension male to female cable. Whatever length you want. When it comes to cable you get what you pay for, so I wouldn't exactly go with amazon basics.
Is this a rebrand of the Goldplanar gl850? They have the same driver size, design, and specs.
BEST ANSWER: They have almost the exact same headband, cup, and yoke as my GL1200 (though without the velcro pads and with a different grill). I don't think they're a direct rebrand of the GL850, but I wouldn't be remotely surprised if they're manufactured in the same facility by the same OEM.
What is the pin layout of this headphone? and does it have sub bass like the M1570?
5.0 / 5.0
These are solid headphones. Perfectly usable sound with no major weak points I can hear. As far as I'm concerned, these have one major downside and one major advantage over all other headphones I own. The downside is that they're truly massive. My head is reasonably large (at least as far as racing helmet companies are concerned) and the tops of the earpads rested on the tops of my ears before I attached some extra padding to lift it a half inch or so. The benefit to these, however, is that they've got the most tactile bass I've ever experienced from a pair of headphones. I've got some killer subwoofers in my home theater and these make my ears vibrate in exactly the same way as the subs with no distortion or muddiness. It's uncanny. For reference, I'm using these with a budget balanced headphone amplifier that makes five watts RMS into this 32 ohm load and I don't think they need quite that much power (though they certainly appreciate it). One watt RMS would probably be more than sufficient for anyone who wasn't deliberately trying to blow out their eardrums. By the time it starts clipping, my eardrums are being brutalized and the headphones are physically bouncing off of my head. On the other hand, the headphones have clean output up to that point, so I have no doubt that they can take the rated 10 watts for 200ms if deafness is your goal.
April 27, 2022
3 weeks ago
3 weeks ago
AMT by Monolith - superb sound
Good headphone, excellent punch, very impressive. My favorite now. My 20 year's passions, and the first AMT with beatiful sound.
December 4, 2021
5 months ago
5 months ago