AKG K92 headphones £33.42 Delivered at Amazon - Prime Exclusive

AKG K92 headphones £33.42 Delivered at Amazon - Prime Exclusive

Found 28th Feb 2018
Cheapest they've been.

Mix and master your tracks with uninhibited clarity with the AKG K92 over-ear, closed back headphones. Professional-grade 40mm drivers reveal even the subtlest nuances, so you can be confident your mix will translate accurately on any system. Whether you’re fine-tuning track levels within the mix or mastering the final product, the self-adjusting headband and lightweight design will provide hours of comfort. Designed by the company whose mics and headphones have helped create some of the world’s most iconic recordings, the durable K92 is a serious headphone that delivers great sound in the studio and beyond.
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Great price @supermann , thanks for sharing, heat added
It's a small saving on the regular price but a real one. Voted hot. these are good headphones.
Really good deal. Bought them on black Friday deals and at this price I am thinking of getting a second pair for an emergency. Great audio quality.
They aren't bad for the money. Good long cable and screw on adaptor for bigger connection etc.

They do need a good source to drive well though and I admit I prefer these for films and TV over music, but they've not had a huge amount of time to bed in since Christmas when I received them.
I find these lack bass over my AKG Y50. very comfortable though
Great headphone, very neutral sound but beware bass lovers as the bottom end is very lacking
Returning these today; the sound is dreadful (at least on the pair I got).

I wanted them for studio tracking, but they're so flabby and OTT in the bass that I couldn't stand them for more than a few minutes. I have some old AKG 240DFs that I use at the moment and the comparison is ridiculous. I know that the old DFs are in a different class, but the K92s are marketed as 'studio' phones, so they should be usable.

These would be ok for a teenager listening to electronic music, but anything else they're no use for unless you literally don't care what your source sounds like.

They were quite comfy though.
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