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AKG Y50 Portable Foldable On-Ear Headphones £49.95 Sold by Richer Sounds on Amazon
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AKG Y50 Portable Foldable On-Ear Headphones £49.95 Sold by Richer Sounds on Amazon

£49.95£69.9529%Amazon Deals
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Posted 25th Mar

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These are very good headphones. These headphones have been the What Hi-Fi "best on-ear headphones under £100" for 5 years in a row.

Amazon DOTD. Sold by Richer sounds on Amazon. Interestingly £69.95 on the Richer Sounds website.

Blurb:
Signature AKG-quality sound with enriched bass performance
On-ear headphone with closed ear-cup design for reduced ambient noise
Comfortable fit with rugged and lightweight design
Detachable 1.2 m cable with in-line and one button remote/microphone for complete hands-free accessibility
3D-axis folding mechanism and pouch for easy storage and safe transportation
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I got a pair of these a couple of months back and cannot rate them enough.

Just wish I had more time to use them with the kids.
Edited by: "Dragon32" 25th Mar
I've had these for about 2 years now and they're by far the best headphones I've ever owned. Thinking of upgrading to the wireless version.
I've used the bluetooth version of these for the past couple of years and they're incredible!
Great sounding. But they hurt the ears after prolonged use.
I'd pay an extra £16 and get the bluetooth version. Can be used as a wired set as well as via bluetooth so best of both worlds.

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Ive had these then sold them to update to the BT version as said above superb headphone, sadly they are a bit heavy/big for commuting etc in my opinion - I used them while car cleaning in a weekend and when you bend down they moved a lot so not good for use while working, however sat at home or at my desk in work they are lovely headphones and nicely built
Does anyone have experience with AKG Y50 (or wireless version) and Taotronics TT-BH22UK or iTechnic IK-BH002. I would prefer better sound quality over noise cancellation capability. Do the AKG have an equaliser to adjust output? I'm a novice so not sure I'm using the right terminology.
Edited by: "christopherrosenfeld" 25th Mar
I've had these for 3 years. I needed a replacement cable last year and akg provided it for free. Hot
Brilliant headphones, well worth £50
christopherrosenfeld25th Mar

Does anyone have experience with AKG Y50 (or wireless version) and …Does anyone have experience with AKG Y50 (or wireless version) and Taotronics TT-BH22UK or iTechnic IK-BH002. I would prefer better sound quality over noise cancellation capability. Do the AKG have an equaliser to adjust output? I'm a novice so not sure I'm using the right terminology.


Do you care for on-ear? I can't stand it so I'd rather either of the two you mentioned. Plus they're wireless and ANC
Edited by: "rev6" 26th Mar
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