AKG Introduces K182 Monitor Headphones

AKG by Harman has introduced the K182 professional monitor headphones, foldable, closed-back devices that provide comfort and sonic clarity for musicians and engineers.

AKG’s K182 headphones has drivers that ensure high output while the 10 Hz – 28 kHz frequency range provides a balanced mix. The high-sensitivity 50mm transducers ensure professional-quality sound even with mobile devices. The headphones feature a closed-back, over-ear design.

Providing long-lasting durability, the K182’s 3D-axis professional folding mechanism makes it easy to pack into compact spaces. A detachable cable with 1/8-inch -to-1/4-inch screw-on adapter provides connectivity with gear of all kinds. The headphones have replaceable earpads.

AKG K182 headphones are designed for professional users.

AKG K182 headphones are designed for professional users.

“We found a common thread in the criteria for a must-have pair of headphones — excellent sound quality, lasting comfort and built-to-last reliability,” said Karam Kaul, marketing director of AKG.

The headphones are priced at $99.

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