AKG K52 - Over Ear, Closed Back Headphones

Original Price$32.55
New Price$27.34
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AKG K52

The AKG K52 headphones give you great quality audio with an extended low frequency response for definition in the lows as well as giving you great detail in the high frequencies. The K52 headphones' closed-back design eliminates audio leakage and delivers sound to your ears only. The mic won't pick up the sound of the click track in your headphones. The K52s also feature a low-impedance design for compatibility with a broad range of playback devices, from professional studio gear to portable music players.

AKG's innovative design gives you the freedom to move your head in any direction, without letting sound in or out. With the K52, you’ll enjoy a private workspace, no matter where you choose to create.

Breathable, lightweight ear pads encircle your ears, rather than putting pressure on them, and a single-sided cable gives you freedom to move. To sum it up, these high-performance headphones sound, feel and look great.

Specifications
  • Headphone type: closed-back
  • Max. Input Power: 200 mW
  • Audio frequency bandwidth: 18 - 20000 Hz
  • Sensitivity headphones: 110 dB SPL/V
  • Rated Impedance: 32 Ohms
  • Earpads: Leatherette
  • Detachable cable: no
  • Cable Length: 2.5 m
  • Earpads replaceable: yes
  • Foldable: no
  • Fixed cable: yes
  • Net Weight: 200 g
  • Over-ear: Yes
  • Finish: matte black

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