AKG K240 Studio Headphones
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High output is ideal for use with weaker headphone amps.
Features of the AKG K240 Studio Headphones include a removable cable and Varimotion technology for enhanced bass response. The headphones' integrated semi-open-air design incorporates a highly accurate dynamic transducer and an acoustically tuned venting structure behind the element produces a naturally open sound quality. The circumaural (around-the-ear) pads are designed for hours of wearing comfort, while the K240's steel-cable, self-adjusting headband construction and single-sided professional-quality audio interconnect ensure extended reliability in demanding professional studio applications. 55-ohm impedance.
- 55-ohm impedance
- Removable, serviceable cable
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K240 Studio Headphones Specifications:
- Type: semi-open, circumaural
- Frequency range: 15Hz-25kHz
- Impedance: 55 ohm
- Sensitivity: 91dB/mW
- Power handling: 200mW
- THD: <0.25%
- Connector: gold-plated, 1/8" stereo mini jack and 1/8"-1/4" adapter
- Net Weight: 8-1/2 oz.
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Comments about AKG K240 Studio Headphones:
The first thing I liked/noticed was the appearance of these headphones, they look like retro studio headphones. They sound really clear and you can hear sounds that you can't in other headphones. Also seem kind of too flexible but after a few months of using they haven't came close to breaking. It is soft on the ears and don't wear you out when using them for an extended period. The reason I didn't give them a perfect score was the lack of versatility. They don't go as loud as I want them, the cord is too long for use anywhere but the studio and the "semi-open" design leaks a lot of sound (which is surprising cause they dont get loud in the first place). Which makes it difficult to use them in the booth without feedback. But if you plan on sitting at the console or mixing some tracks and don't want to use your monitors, I would suggest these.