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  • K-92

    AKG K92 Closed-Back Headphones

    5 In Stock

    The AKG K92 Closed-Back Headphones are an sound isolating headphone designed for tracking sessions in the studio. The K92’s sound fantastic, and are an affordable option for mixing too. The K92 has a self-adjusting headband, and they are extremely light - just 200 grams! This makes them a great choice for longer listening sessions. The K92 headphones have 40mm drivers, and a 32 Ohm impedance for crystal clear volume levels when connected to phones, tablets or direct to laptops.

      • AKG K92 Features:

        Precisely balanced response
        provides reference-monitor accuracy
        Professional 40mm drivers
        for extended 16Hz - 20kHz frequency response
        Over-ear design and lightweight construction
        for exceptional comfort
        Closed-back design
        maximizes isolation
        Self-adjusting headband
        ensures perfect fit
        Professional build quality
        3m (9.8’) cable
        3.5mm (1/8") gold-plated plug
        with gold-plated 6.3mm (1/4") screw-on adapter
      • AKG K92 Specifications:

        Headphone type: closed-back
        Max. Input Power: 200 mW
        Audio frequency bandwidth: 16 to 22000 Hz
        Sensitivity headphones: 113 dB SPL/V
        Rated Impedance: 32 Ohms
        Earpads: Leatherette
        Detachable cable: no
        Cable Length: 3 m
        Earpads replaceable: yes
        Foldable: no
        Audio Interface
        Type: Stereo plug – 3.5mm (1/8-inch) with gold-plated 6.3 mm (1/4”) screw-on adapter
        Gender: Male
        Contacts: 3 - Tip Ring Sleeve
        Finish: matte black
        Net Weight: 200 g
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