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AKG K702 Headphones

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  • Equipped with detachable cable with locking mini-XLR connector
  • Soft genuine leather headband and cushy 3D velvet ear pads
  • Frequency range 10 to 39,800 Hz
  • Cable 3 m single-sided (99,9% oxygen-free)
  • Connector gold plated stereo jack plug 6.3 mm (1/4"). Includes 1/4" to 1/8" adaptor.
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Size: !Only Bluetooth 2.0 | Color: Black
  • Noise-Isolating

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Special Features Noise-Isolating Whether you prefer the holistic approach or like to listen analytically, the K 701 will turn perception into pure enjoyment. AKG is the first manufacturer in the world to use revolutionary flat-wire technology in headphones, namely, the K 701. The result is a truly dramatic sound that places every musician at their correct location with pinpoint accuracy. This kind of agility, spaciousness, brilliant highs, and velvety, punchy bass is simply miraculous. These superlative open-back dynamic headph Sensitivity: 101Db/V (92 = Db/Mw)) Microphone
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Dimensions 5 inches x 19 inches x 16 inches 0.01 inches x 0.01 inches x 0.01 inches 4.3 inches x 9.8 inches x 8.8 inches 9.45 inches x 5.12 inches x 9.84 inches
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Size: !Only Bluetooth 2.0 | Color: Black

AKG K 702 Reference-Quality Open-Back Circumaural Headphones

Product Information

Size: !Only Bluetooth 2.0 | Color: Black
Technical Details
Part Number K702
Item Weight8.3 ounces
Product Dimensions19 x 16 x 5 inches
Item model numberK702
Size!Only Bluetooth 2.0
ColorBlack
Item Package Quantity1
Special FeaturesNoise-Isolating
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB001RCD2DW
Shipping Weight1.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2003
  
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89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By fardog on March 18, 2011
Size: !Only Bluetooth 2.0Color: Black
These are great headphones; others have articulated that better than I'm able, but I wanted to leave a review to praise AKG/Harman's customer service.

I bought a pair of AKG K702's second hand and they worked great for a few months, but then developed a buzzing in the left earpiece, much to my disappointment. I contacted the guy that sold them to me, and got his original receipt, and contacted AKG for a replacement. After talking to their support tech, who referred me to their repair manager (all of whom are actual people with actual names) with whom I left a voicemail. He promptly returned my call, listened to my problem and my testing steps, and recommended I send the headphones in for repair. Absolutely no hassle.

Upon sending the headphones to AKG, I received a call from their repair tech who was actually repairing my headphones, to verify that I hadn't sent my cable to them, and to go over the repairs he'd performed as well as verify the warranty (which I'd forgotten to send along). Two days later I received the repaired headphones.

I wish I could receive such good, careful, and personal service from every company. I realize this is a specialty product with a smaller user base, but I've bought many other products that would fit into that category, and have never had such good customer service. Thank you!
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146 of 157 people found the following review helpful By Fastguitars on May 29, 2009
Size: !Only Bluetooth 2.0Color: Black
The 702s are identical to the 701s except that the pads on the 02s are thicker which allows a more "around the head" speaker-like experience with regards to soundstage.....The 702s also have a detachable cable and do not come with the little stand that is supplied with the 701s...No biggie.....Now, Regarding the sound....I have as my point of reference Sennheiser 600s....so, in comparison, the 702s sound is much more defined and articulate which allows you to hear deeper into the music then the sort of sweet tho great sounding Senn 600s....I use my 702s with an Onkyo DX-7555 reference CD Player, and a Oppo DV 970HD player, along with a recent edtion of the now discontinued Headroom MAX headphone amp.....so, I am getting some serious Hi-end input into these cans and they dont disappoint.....I will tell u, should u decide to buy, that u must let these phones have at least 100 hours of burn in so that the drivers relax, and until this is accompished these cans will sound BRIGHT and without a lot of bass extention, but as the drivers begin to relax, then the glorius sound they provide just gets better and better.
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50 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Steven Klimasewski on September 9, 2010
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I won't bore you with a really long review, instead I will tell you what I have owned before these and how these compare.

I have owned or extensively listened to the following:

Audio Technica ATH-M50
Audio Technica ATH-AD700
Sennheiser 595 premiere

and with my taste ( since all sound is dependent on the user after all ) these simply blow away all of those headphones in every regard.

My first impression of these is WOW, the soundstage is absolutely the most wide and accurate I have ever heard! All of the frequencies are balanced, not to much bass or highs its just natural! Everything sounds amazing, I won't go into detail about how the highs have amazing detail or that I can hear things in music that I could not before ( of course all of those things would be true with these headphones ) but I am sure that all of the other reviews will tell you that, instead now I will compare individually to each of the headphones listed.

Compared to Audio Technica ATH-M50

First off this is kind of unfair since the M50 is a closed back headphone but with that out of the way the following still holds true. Soundstage, soundstage, soundstage! The M50 lack any form of a 3D soundstage everything with the M50's sounded smashed up against your face instead of natural not to mention there was too much bass and it lacked detail over all the frequencies.

Compared to Audio Technica ATH-AD700

The AD700's are the closest to the AKG 702's in overall performance. The AD700's actually retain a wonderful soundstage and nice mids and highs.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Cante Ista on July 22, 2011
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These headphones are truly amazing! When I was considering them I've read quite a bit about (1) how they are not worth the money without a decent headphone amp, (2) that their bass leaves a lot to desire, and (3) that they have an insanely long burn-in period. All of these criticisms are greatly exaggerated and obscure how wonderfully accurate and detailed these headphones really are.

On the first point, although plugging them into my iPod (as expected) did not produce spectacular results, they performed just fine and definitely better than what many reviews would have you believe. I have a pair of Shure's SE 535, and although I did not do a side by side A to B comparison (the Shures broke in less than a month of use and I sent them back to the company for service), I do not recall a striking difference in the sound quality between the two when playing out of the iPod. Although, for instance, the iPod driven Shures had somewhat better bass, the AKGs make up for it in other respects (i.e. sound stage). However, it was when I plugged the AKGs into my Onkyo (not super fancy, mid-class) receiver and listened to CDs and a records, they absolutely sung! The sound stage is nice and wide. You can really pinpoint the location of every sound in 3D space. When listening to vocals, it actually feels like you can reach out and touch the singer. Every sound is crisp, precise and easily distinguished from all others. For instance, you can pick out the separate layers of vocal harmonies, that can often be muddled and fused will lesser audio equipment. I should also add that when visiting my parents, I plugged these cans into my parent's Sony "space-age" looking, CD and tape (!) playing stereo, which was bought at Target or Walmart in late 1990's/early 2000's, is now relegated to the basement.
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