AKG K 912
Released June, 2010
The Pros:Good sound quality for a headphone at this pricepoint.
The Cons:Does not set well in the docking station at all times. The buttons are a little flimsy.
The AKG K 912 are cordless headphones built to work in a wide variety of environments. Using a PLL synthesizer tuner a strong transmission from the base is sent to the headphones that penetrates walls and ceilings, and an automatic frequency control allows the system to work around interference.
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The design is semi-open and covers the ear with breathable cloth pads. The headband is self-adjusting, allowing for quick usage without the need to make adjustments. These headphones cover the 18 Hz to 20 kHz range, making them appropriate for general use.
- Around-ear, semi-open design
- Self-adjusting headband
- Breathable cloth ear pads
- PLL (phase-locked loop) synthesizer tuner
- Auto tuning function
- Docking station for charging
- 3 user-selectable frequencies
- Rechargeable batteries included
- Frequency range: 18 Hz - 20 kHz
- Headphones weight: 280g
User Reviews (12)
Good sound quality for a headphone at this pricepoint
Does not set well in the docking station at all times
The buttons are a little flimsy
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