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AKG K240 Studio

AKG K240 Studio

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The latest iteration of the AKG K240 Sextett first introduced in 1975, the K240 is a classic, bang-for-your-buck headphone for musicians and sound engineers alike. The over-ear design and self-adjusting headband provide wearing comfort for long listening sessions, and the sturdy construction is built for the demands of a busy studio environment Read More

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raselopu
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Mar 16, 2017
AKG 240s shiped or not?
Blooze
0
Feb 4, 2017
Had a pair of k240s for 15 years now and still like them. My really old k240M are my standby though.
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uncle_tim
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Jan 27, 2017
how different is AKG K 240 II ??
PlatinumAura
11
Feb 1, 2017
Just a color change and the mk2s come with velour pads which are slightly smaller and a coiled cable. Besides the 1/4in adapter.
PilipBwoy
15
Jan 27, 2017
Fun fact: Eddie Murphy used these in his Party All The Time music video
ChuckNasty
1
Jan 26, 2017
Are these good for mixing on a macbook pro?
mbriola
10
Jan 25, 2017
I'm on my third pair of these; bought my first pair when I got my first recording studio gig in 1988 and have relied on them ever since. Come to think of it, they're one of the only consistent pieces of playback kit I've owned (gave up the 813s and NS-10s years ago in favor of ADAM Audio, but have not changed out my cans). In short: they work best when powered by something Class A and with balls. I've used them in the vocal booth, monitoring while recording, referencing mixes, and just for casual listening. Very little fatigue after long sessions, and built like a tank. $55 bucks is totally reasonable.
Hannes_Sandlund
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Jan 25, 2017
Howe mutch will it cost to ship this to sweden?
SilkT
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Jan 25, 2017
Hannes_Sandlund
0
Jan 26, 2017
Okay Thanks
OGsambone
17
Jan 24, 2017
these aren't that great, they do make good semi open headphones if you want them.
DenisG
7
Jan 28, 2017
Without am amp, yes, not so great. But if you add a real headphone amp, they sound wonderful. Better than anything you can buy under $100. You DO(!) need an amp to make them sing though!
VladimirLemon
10
Jan 24, 2017
For anyone considering: I have had mine for about a year, and these are my daily drivers at work. They are unparalleled in comfort, allow you to hear what's going on around you without leaking too much sound, and have a fantastic soundstage for the price.
You don't need an amp to drive these, although I have noticed an ever so slight difference with one.
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