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AKG Ear-Pad Headphones

The use of good-quality headphones really does make all the difference when it comes to listening to music or mixing music in a professional studio. The AKG ear-pad headphones are great in size, sound and style too.

Nowadays headphones have become quite a trend - they can be used as an accessory to compliment your outfit. Whether you are planning to use them while you go for a run or on your daily commute, AKG offer a good-looking set of headphones with superb sound quality.

AKG headphones also have some brilliant styles which are suited to people who work in a studio or mix music together. They come in a range of features all offering something individual to that particular pair of headphones.

Noise-cancellation is a feature which means the headphones eliminate all background noise and allows you to enjoy clean, undisturbed audio. The sound on these AKG noise-cancelling headphones is really clear and composed with a great balance.

Open-back AKG headphones are ideal for precision listening and mixing sounds. They provide you with an accurate response combined with agility and spaciousness.The closed-back headphone style are ideal for mixes that you want to translate accurately across various types of systems.

Whatever you need your headphones for, an adjustable headband is definitely important when it comes to comfort. The AKG headphones fit securely on your head and have a lightweight feel.

There are also foldable headphones which are brilliantly convenient for those long days out. They fold up easily and you can pop them into your bag without worrying about them getting damaged.

About the AKG Brand

Founded in 1947 in Vienna by Dr. Rudolf Goerike and Ernst Pless, AKG stands for providing the highest quality and ongoing innovation in the world of music. They started by developing microphones which were used in radio stations, theatres and Jazz-Clubs, they soon became known for helping recording artists create sounds. The first set of AKG headphones were developed in 1949. 

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