Click to view our Accessibility Statement or contact us with accessibility-related questions
Massdrop x AKG M220 Pro Headphones

Massdrop x AKG M220 Pro Headphones

bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
3.9K requests
·
7.6k Sold
Product Description
The first pair of headphones any aspiring audiophile should own, the Massdrop x AKG M220 Pros have it all: reference sound, comfortable fit, and a price that makes them the best value in full-size headphones today. Inspired by the renowned AKG K240 Studio, they feature the same 30-millimeter dynamic drivers and semi-open design Read More
Here's what our community has to say
All of our reviews are from verified customers.
4.3
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
298
check
82%
would recommend to a friend
search
close
Minerva
5
Jul 27, 2022
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
For what they cost they were great.
These headphones need an amp to reach they're true potential. But other than that they sound incredible for 50 bucks.
check
Would recommend to a friend.
Zoli
0
Feb 20, 2022
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Not for bass-heads
I am disappointed by the sound. I am not a bass-head by any means, but this thing does not have bass. Also I think it is suitable for people with slightly larger head, as I can't get a good fit ( and I don't have a large head ) .
close
Would not recommend to a friend.
suloea
6
Oct 28, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Not a bad headphone
Accurate sound for mastering tracks oh and its so light
check
Would recommend to a friend.
KayComm
0
Oct 4, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
For how much I spent on it, surprised it lasted as long.
These headphones are semi openback. They have such a light construction that whipping my head could shift them. The biggest downside is the initial cord length and how inconvenient an XLR-mini is to replace. The cups are also pretty bad, I had got some suede covered memory foam pads and it fit snug and doesnt press into my head when i wear my glasses. Outside of that, it is great for how inexpensive they are. I would get a couple of pairs to make them my daily drivers if it wasnt that they were bleeding sound.
check
Would recommend to a friend.
SomeHyena
17
Jul 6, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Great value, long-lasting
Recently changed out the crummy pads they came with for Beyerdynamic EDT 770 Velour pads after buying these back on their first run (don't remember the date -- late 2017? early 2018?) and it definitely improves both the sound profile as well as the comfort, even though even before that they weren't bad sounding by any means -- I play video games an unhealthy amount and even after 8 hours with them on my head while on the computer talking to friends, they're comfortable and not fatiguing in sound profile at all. If they come back, they're worth picking up for any gamer or podcaster on a budget (they're better for voice mixing than music -- bass leaves a lot to be desired, but I use Skullcandy Crushers for music because of the fun ludicrous amounts of bass).
check
Would recommend to a friend.
(Edited)
Vincent_Wolfe
0
May 30, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Great value
Really nice headphones for the price. Plenty of colors to choose from. Swapping pads for velour ones is needed. When I bought them a few years ago they were quite boring compared to Superlux HD668b. Tonality was not so glamorous, less V-shaped, not so elevated bass, less sparkle at the top, but after some time I get used to M220 Pro and they became my to go headphones for gaming and listening to music. They are perfect for long gaming/listening sessions - no signs of tiredness at all. Now I'm using much more expensive cans, but I still found them good enough to enjoy.
check
Would recommend to a friend.
PipDog
0
May 20, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Great
After 2 years of owning this pair they've finally begun to break apart, the price is extremely fair.
check
Would recommend to a friend.
AndyCane
25
May 17, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Eh. Nothing special.
These cans sounded alright. It felt kind of muddy to me but maybe that's cause I'm spoiled by the 6xx. I didn't enjoy the fitment of the ear cups, which had a lot of hot spots and ended up being uncomfortable to wear for long listening sessions. Changed the cups out for different ones but still had the same issue. The head band is very comfortable though and found that the clamping force overall was good. Just wished they fit my ears a bit better. Overall I think these are a good budget option for those that have ears that fit this design.
alberto.casas
1
May 9, 2021
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Great budget
These AKG headphones have really grown on me. They are easy to drive, are very light, use a suspension headband, and have a long audio cable. The reason I like to wear them is that they are super lightweight and can be driven on any amp. The sound signature are not are great as let’s say a Philip’s SHP-9500, but they sound good for gaming and movies for the price. These are not bulky either so if they won’t look weird if you’re on video conferencing. Good buy.
check
Would recommend to a friend.
(Edited)
Encore_L
0
Dec 15, 2020
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
star_borderstar
Passable.
Parroting what BluJay614 said here; they're a light, plastic pair of headphones, with a focus on mids, totally absent bass, and a okay high. I would only really buy them again if they were a bit cheaper and I had a bigger need for lightness or reducing- though that's not the case.
close
Would not recommend to a friend.
abman
0
Feb 26, 2021
I'll add my feelings here:... Absolutely not comfortable ear pads - round shape - press on the ears !!! - the engineers who made them are aliens with round ears? they weren't attentive - people don't have round ears. The second question is the sound (high) - if you pull out the foam mat from under the ear cushions, you will hear the sound that these headphones can give but do not give until you pull out this mat. Total: cheap headphones with cheap sound, which press on the ears painfully after 30 minutes - but they are not expensive - was it worth buying? no - too many disadvantages.
Showing 11 of 350
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
350 OF 350 POSTS
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest
Related Products