|Driver Diameter||12.5 mm x 2|
|Frequency Response||5 - 40,000 Hz|
|Maximum Input Power||200 mW|
|Weight||14 g (0.5 oz), without cable|
|Cable||Detachable 1.2 m (3. 9') with A2DC and mic & control|
|Connector||3.5 mm (1/8") stereo mini-plug|
|Accessories Included||silicone eartips (XS/S/M/L), case|
|Sensitivity (Microphone)||-44dB (0dB = 1V/Pa, 1kHz)|
|Frequency Response (Microphone)||100 - 10,000 Hz|
|Polar Pattern (Microphone)||Omnidirectional|
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Q:The cable of my ATH-CKS1100IS headphone is broken so one side of my headphone does not function. Is their a individual cable for ATH-CKS1100IS I can buy and is there any upgrade cable as well?
Q:Couldn't find an appropriate category. Would like to ask if the detachable cable is replaceable if it is damaged.
Q:Is the microphone quality good enough to use on my PlayStation 4? As you may know about PS4 is that you can directly plug in headphones into the controller to use it as a mic (if it has one on it) and I know many headphones out there that have terrible mic quality over PlayStation network. Specifically iPhone headphones have this very annoying buzz or very high pitched tone that's constantly going off while the user speaks. So what I want to know is that if I were to buy these to use over PSN, would the mic quality be tolerable. You see the reason I'd like to know this rather then just going with a headset is because I find In-Ear Headphones more comfortable and useful. So again, if anyone has an answer, it'd be greatly appreciated. :) thank you for your time.
Q:Most other headphone manufacturers specify with with smartphones their headphone remote controls are supposed to work and my understanding is no headphones work with both iPhone and Android at the same time. So with which smartphones will the remote controls of this model work?
A:The cable included with the ATH-CKS1100iS includes an in-line mic and control that lets you answer calls and control music and video on an Android/iOS smartphone. The control allows you to play/pause music, or answer/hang-up a call.
Q:Is 50 ohms a typo? That's to high for most cell phones or portable devices to power. That would definitely require a separate amp?
A:The "iS" means that there is an in-line microphone and controller. The specification listed by Audio-Technica United States is correct; we cannot account for specifications on an import version. 50 Ohm headphones will be fine to use with most current mobile phones and tablets, as the specified impedance would be within proper range. Any "iS" headphone may also be used with a mobile headphone amplifier (like the AT-PHA100), but might lose its in-line functions.