|Product Dimensions||22 x 11 x 23.5 cm; 544.31 Grams|
|Item Model Number||K92|
|Hardware Platform||MP3 Player|
|Item Weight||544 g|
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AKG K-92 Closed Back Studio Headphones
- Headphones deliver authoritative, extended low-frequency response
- Breathable, lightweight ear pads
- Headphones' closed-back design eliminates audio leakage and delivers sound to your ears only
- Innovative design gives you the freedom to move your head in any direction
- A single-sided cable gives you freedom to move
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Our K92 headphones deliver an authoritative, extended low-frequency response that gives definition to kick drums and bass guitars. At the same time, the detailed yet precisely balanced high-frequency response reveals the nuance in vocals, guitars and acoustic instruments. The K92's generous 40mm drivers deliver the highest sensitivity and widest frequency response of the K52 and K72 - resulting in powerful output that reveals every detail. The K92s also feature a low-impedance design for compatibility with a broad range of playback devices, from professional studio gear to portable music players. The K92 headphones' closed-back design eliminates audio leakage and delivers sound to your ears only. The mic won't pick up the sound of the click track in your headphones - and you'll always be able to mix and master peacefully without being distracted by outside noise. This exceptional level of audio isolation is due to a new acoustic chamber, which sits between the ear cup and the hinge that connects to the headband. Our innovative design gives you the freedom to move your head in any direction without letting sound in or out. With the K92, you'll enjoy a private workspace, no matter where you choose to create. Getting the perfect mix sometimes means monitoring track levels for hours. We designed our unique self-adjusting headband to automatically create the perfect fit for every band member. No need to mess with delicate sizing mechanisms, which have the potential to break over time. The exposed headband design keeps the K92 headphones comfortably light without compromising driver size. Breathable, lightweight ear pads encircle your ears, rather than putting pressure on them. The golden accents emphasize the high level of quality and create a stylish appeal. Audio frequency bandwidth: 16 - 22000 Hz. Sensitivity headphones: 113 dB SPL/V. Rated impedance: 32 Ohms. Cable length: 3 metres. Maximum input power: 200 mW.
1 x K92 Headphones, 1 x Gold-plated Screw-on 3.5 mm (1/8-inch)-to-6.3 mm (1/4-inch) Adaptor.
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I looked at the K52,72 and K92 reviews and it seemed these were the best of value for money from AKG fleet. I also had my eyes on the Phillips Philips SHP9500 after Zeos Reviews but the price wasn't in the range.
Listening they are comfortable and will get more so, they do get the "do not disturb" tick but the sound .....could be better there's a plasticky echoing from being closed back and not having enough rigidity or dampening to the cups. I would compare them to the sound quality of Sennheiser HD451's that come in at roughly the same price.
As an update i’ve started using a Audioquest Dragonfly Black AND a small FIIO headphone Kilimanjaro 2 amplifier AND it has made a BIG positive difference to the quality of the headphones sound. It’s bigger less harsh richer sound
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Customer service for the headphone also has been pathetic. I am in Pune and there are no service centers; I have to spend more money now to courier this product to their service center. Buying this was a mistake. Such a nice headphone but poor durability. Even the cheapest earphones last longer. I saw many people having the same issue - Right side stops working after some time, but I didn't think it would be 10 days. Now I'm literally stuck with a 5K purchase which is unusable after just 10 days.
Use them with a very basic tablet streaming Tidal and Spotify as well as a high end hifi system playing vinyl and they deliver a very decent sound stage on both.
These AKG K92s are extremely light: Barely noticeable.
They're easy to drive (unlike the misadvertised Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 ohm, the AKG K92 really can be powered straight out of a phone or mp3 player).
The sound is balanced and refined. Bass can range from thumping head pounding bass to just right, depending on the recording.
Mids (vocals) aren't the best. They sound ok. But nothing to focus on nor complain about.
Treble is scintillating, clear, and never harsh (My ears still carry scars from the ear piercing assault of the AKG K550, Audio-Technica ATH-MSR7 and Sony MDR-1A).
Soundstage, althought it will never be confused with a speaker set up, is decently out of head to allow useful instrument separation, while being simultaneously full and weighty to be enjoyable.
Maluma/Reik's reggaeton beats are deep, and thumping with vocals perfectly audible so that each word is clearly articulated.
The bass on Manu Militari's Tout est dit or Michael Jackson's Billie Jean pounds so hard, you can feel the drivers moving and tingling on your neck. But synths and vocals are crisp and clear.
Wolfgang Sawallisch and The Philadelphia Orchestra's rendition of Bach-Stokowski' Toccata & Fugue starts with shimmering violins and is followed by deep, weighty celli & basses, all rendered without distortion, full of body, like in a concert hall.
José Carreras at top range doesn't distort, rather he paradoxically floats above *and* blends in with the orchestra . Even sometimes-shrill screaming Céline Dion's vocal endeavours don't shatter your ears, but rather become a cohesive part of the mix.
Sabaton's Primo Victoria sounds so good, you just want to crank it up: all the guitar lines are clear, the bass is mighty, and its perfectly blended together. Holy moly, the K92 are now my favourite cans for heavy metal.
The AKG K92 is one of the most underrated gems in the world of headphones.
But these AKGs are most comfortable pairs of studio headphones you will find in the market, that to at this price point. They will painlessly fit even the largest of the human ears, they are extremely lightweight, and they will fit you just perfectly covering your ears.
In addition to this, the cable/wire is sturdy and good in quality. You even get a high quality 3.5mm to 1/4inch jack converter.
In all, these are the best studio reference headphones you get at this price-point.