|Driver Diameter||53 mm|
|Frequency Response||8 – 26,000 Hz|
|Battery||DC3.7 V lithium polymer rechargeable battery|
|Battery Life||6 hours continuous use (200 hours standby)
Charging Time: Approx. 3 hours (for 0-100% charge)
|Weight||275 g (without cord)|
|Cable||1.2 m (3.9') with 3.5 mm stereo mini-plug|
|Connector||3.5 mm (⅛") stereo mini-plug|
|Accessories Included||1.0 m (3.3') USB charging cable, pouch|
|Sensitivity (Microphone)||-44 dB (1V/Pa at 1 kHz)|
|Frequency Response (Microphone)||50 – 4,000 Hz|
|Polar Pattern (Microphone)||Omnidirectional|
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Comments about Audio-Technica ATH-WS99BT Solid Bass® Wireless Over-Ear Headphones with Built-in Mic & Control:
I just received these headphones after spending a lot of time researching whether I really wanted them over other brands. I have used Audio Technica products in the past and have been really pleased with the quality of their products. While not an audiophile, I think this set of headphones sounds very good. I was looking for some headphones which produced a deep and wide sound stage for a reasonable price. I believe these hit the mark. To a true audiophile there may be a better set of BT headphones out there, but I don't believe you can get them at a reasonable price. Thank you Audio Technica.
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Q:Do these work with the iPhone7?
A:Thank you for your inquiry. If you would like to use Bluetooth headphones to monitor/mix audio and also listen to music for fun, I would recommend the ATH-WS99BT. They are the most comfortable set of Bluetooth headphones we offer and they do sound awesome. My only concern would be that these may have too much bass for you to properly mix your audio in post-production. You may want to consider a set from our Professional Monitor Headphone Series. I would recommend the ATH-M50x. These do provide some nice deep bass without being overpowering as well as some highs for more clarity in your mix. They are super comfortable so you will be able to wear them for a long time. They fold up nice and compact for easy storage, and come with two cables as well. Only thing is they are not Bluetooth which you mentioned you would prefer, however you may be happier with the results you get from the M50x's than the WS99BT. Either way I'm sure you will be happy with whichever you choose.
Q:Okay I have a few questions
A:Thank you for your inquiry.
Q:Do these headphones come with a carrying case/pouch?
Q:Is this model coming with any noise cancellation features? Like ACTIVE or PASSIVE
A:To provide you with the best possible answer/support, please contact the Audio-Technica division for your world area:
Q:New ATH-WS99BT headphone pairs with iPad 3, Blackberry Q10 and Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Tablet. However, 2011 and 2013 HP Business Class laptops running Win Pro 7 are not able to discover device and thus not pair. HP laptop placed in Bluetooth scan mode, then headphones placed in pairing mode (Blue-Red lights alternately flashing quickly). But after multiple attempts, headphones remain "Un-Discoverable". Other HP laptop went through the same procedure. No success. Confirmed via msconfig > Services, "Bluetooth Service" and "Bluetooth Support Service" were running and set to Automatic. How can I get laptops to pair with the headphones. Thanks!
A:For technical support, please contact the Audio-Technica United States (ATUS) Audio Solutions Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Q:Do these headphones support active noise cancellation? Thanks!
Q:The charging flap won't close anymore. I purchased these at the end of January 2016. How do I go about forcing it to close again and if it doesn't work, what is the warranty?
Q:Can the WS99BT be used WHILE charging? Example: listen in passive/wired mode with audio cable WHILE the headphones are charging via USB?
Q:will this work with the xbox one console for sound and voice communication while playing video games? I know the wireless won't work but will it if you plug the 3.5 mm cable into the xbox one controller?