Experience pure perfection! reference class premium headphones Whether you prefer the holistic approach or like to listen analytically, the K 701 will turn perception into pure enjoyment. AKG is the first manufacturer in the world to use revolutionary flat-wire technology in headphones, namely the K 701. The result is a truly dramatic sound that places every musician at his or her correct location with pinpoint accuracy. This kind of agility and spaciousness in addition to brilliant highs and velvety, punchy bass is simply miraculous. These superlative open-back dynamic headphones provide an outstanding accurate sound and excellent imaging. Try the K 701 and find out what ingenious headphone engineering can do for you.

Revolutionary flat-wire voice coil technology
for extremely accurate sound and transient response

Patented Varimotion two-layer diaphragm
for sparkling highs and accurate bass response

Comfortable, specially shaped 3D-form ear pads
for perfect fit

Padded genuine-leather headband
Individually tested and numbered

Technical Specification General Headphone type open Max. Input Power 200 mW Audio frequency bandwidth 10 to 39800 Hz Sensitivity headphones 105 dB SPL/V Rated Impedance 62 Ohms Detachable cable no Cable Length 3 m Audio Interface Type Stereo plug - 3.5mm (1/8-inch) with 6.3 mm (1/4") screw-on adapter Contacts 3-pin Interface finish Gold Dimensions / Weight Length 113 mm Width 199 mm Height 212 mm Net Weight 235 g

ConditionBrand New (New)
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Model
  • K701 Open-Back Studio Reference Headphones
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Made In
  • China

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