AKG K182 Professional Headphones
Designed for discerning musicians and studio monitoring by engineers, AKG has introduced the K182 professional closed-back monitor headphones with 50mm drivers to deliver incredibly accurate sound.
AKG said the new pro headphones have a 10 Hz - 28 kHz frequency range, which provides a balanced mix. The headphones have 3D-axis folding and are comfortable with replaceable ear pads.
Closed-back acoustics ensure excellent performance for every instrumentalist and provides comfort during long sessions. The phones have a detachable cable and screw-on adapter for easy connectivity with all gear.
The headphones are priced at $99.
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