AKG K712PRO Reference Open-Back, Over-Ear Studio Headphones £167 @ Amazon
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AKG K712PRO Reference Open-Back, Over-Ear Studio Headphones £167 @ Amazon

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33502739-CZ4QW.jpgin stock 30th March
Edited by: "nougat" 23rd Mar
you could get some refurbs by AKG and save twenty odd quid

scan.co.uk/pro…-b-
I'm sure they're good at their job, but I find them horrible uncomfortable. Very hard.
I just like a little bit more info besides one price and a stock update.
MSK.8 h, 22 m ago

I'm sure they're good at their job, but I find them horrible …I'm sure they're good at their job, but I find them horrible uncomfortable. Very hard.


Sure you're talking about the same headphones? These are some of the lightest and lowest clamp force headphones, the ear pads are soft and the headband is leather. What part of that is hard?
twisted893 h, 32 m ago

Sure you're talking about the same headphones? These are some of the …Sure you're talking about the same headphones? These are some of the lightest and lowest clamp force headphones, the ear pads are soft and the headband is leather. What part of that is hard?


The ear 'pads' are massive and hard. If you think these are low clamp, is hate to use what other headphones you've tried. They make the cartilage in my ears hurt. They are also pretty flat, which may be part of it.
Edited by: "MSK." 24th Mar
This is a great deal, been on the lookout for this for a while, thanks!
MSK.4 h, 54 m ago

The ear 'pads' are massive and hard. If you think these are low clamp, …The ear 'pads' are massive and hard. If you think these are low clamp, is hate to use what other headphones you've tried. They make the cartilage in my ears hurt. They are also pretty flat, which may be part of it.


Hard?? They're Velour ear pads! They're soft and made from cotton. In no way, shape or form are they hard. I can only conclude you have a abnormally massive head to the point the headphones don't actually fit and are stressed exerting pressure. Literally every review says they're extremely comfortable so you must be doing something wrong: rtings.com/hea…pro "Comfortable design" head-fi.org/sho…ews "very comfortable" majorhifi.com/akg…ew/ "these headphones are as comfortable as they are durable" I could go on but I think I've made my point....
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ScroopEgerton5 h, 8 m ago

There's no need to post *every* reason. Just one will do, for example …There's no need to post *every* reason. Just one will do, for example "Usually xxx, now xxx". It wouldn't have killed them to have provided another 4 words. That's all I'm saying. Especially if it's headphones for £167...It's not about me being lazy or entitled, just that if you're going to go to all that 'time out of your day', then a bit of context as a courtesy to your peers is hardly a huge effort.I don't really get why you're so upset about me saying this..


Did you see the first post? What more do you need
ScroopEgerton5 h, 26 m ago

There's no need to post *every* reason. Just one will do, for example …There's no need to post *every* reason. Just one will do, for example "Usually xxx, now xxx". It wouldn't have killed them to have provided another 4 words. That's all I'm saying. Especially if it's headphones for £167...It's not about me being lazy or entitled, just that if you're going to go to all that 'time out of your day', then a bit of context as a courtesy to your peers is hardly a huge effort.I don't really get why you're so upset about me saying this..


The first post showed exactly that.

Courtesy goes both ways love.
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