AKG headphones

Vienna 1947 – Start of a success story

Radio stations, theatres, jazz clubs: microphones from the Austrian manufacturer quickly made the rounds in the middle of the last century, and the first headphones were released as early as 1949. In addition to Sennheiser and Beyerdynamic, the Viennese dominated the prospering market of radio and television almost at will. AKG has belonged to the Harman Group since the mid-1990s and has also held its own in this illustrious group of companies with flying colours.

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The latest reviews: AKG

Studio by Numinos 3 months ago

AKG K245

Foldable, open studio headphones

The K245 is the open-back addition to AKG’s new range of foldable studio headphone models, which also includes the K175 and K275. All headphones from this fresh series are specifically designed for use in the studio, with the open-back version particularly suited for long production...


Studio by Numinos 5 months ago

AKG K275

Closed Studio Headphones

The K275 is the premium model in AKG’s new studio headphone series (K175, K245, K275). It is a closed headphone model with unusually large 50mm drivers, making them an ideal choice for all monitoring tasks, both in the studio and in live situations. With a...


Studio by Numinos 6 months ago

AKG K175

Closed Back Studio Headphones

The K175 serves as the entry-level option in AKG's newly unveiled studio headphone series, alongside other models including the K245 and the K275. These closed studio headphones are particularly well suited to monitoring applications, both in the studio and in live situations. What's more, a...


Editor's recommendations: AKG

The AKG K701’s beautifully linear frequency response range allows the finer details of audio pieces to really shine with crystal clarity. With its impressive spatial character and nuanced reproduction, not to mention high accuracy when it comes to sound localisation, these reference studio headphones are particularly suitable for listening to things like acoustic pieces with first class dynamics and a diverse stereo environment. This is made all the more possible thanks to a comfortable design, which staves off unwanted pressure and fatigue for hours at a time.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 18. April 2017

In addition to the quality levels of workmanship and eye-catching aesthetics, the AKG K702 really convinces with its wearing comfort and pleasant handling properties. Last but not least, the crystal-clear sound will make it hard for studio users and hi-fi fans to switch to another model once they’ve added the K702 to their audiophile assortment..

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 23. April 2016

The AKG K712 Pro offers a pleasant and honest sound experience, with a well-balanced frequency response allowing for mixing and mastering applications. It also boasts a slight bass boost which is a fun addition, with the feature sure to impress hi-fi enthusiasts who like their music warm and immersive, rather than cold and clinical. Spatial resolution also receives top marks. In short, it’s hard to single out anything of note to complain about.

Felix Klostermann
Felix Klostermann 26. December 2015