Note: this is an earlier serial (but not earliest) Austrian 7 bump K701 vs. modern Chinese 8 bump Q701 comparison. It is said that the newest K701s and K702s ...
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Monoprice Monolith M1060 review Even old mainstays like the AKG K701 and Audio-Technica ATH-AD900—both rockstars in their own right—are mismatched against the Monolith M1060. These are, without a doubt, the highest sound quality to cost ratio in the headphone world and only the [...]
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Deal: AKG K7XX headphones $450 off at Massdrop . Massdrop does it again. by Christian ThomasMay 3, 2017. 0. Musicians and audiophiles alike have long prized the ultra-flat frequency response of the AKG K701/702, and the headphones have earned their keep [...]
I've Found My Holy Grail of Headphones: The AKG Q701 Most obvious would be the Q701's cousins: AKG's K612, K701, K702, K712, and K7XX from Massdrop. All the headphones in AKG's “x7xx series” are very similar, but can differ slightly in comfort and sound. This Head-Fi post is a great primer on the [...]
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Review: Cooler Master MasterPulse Pro RGB review As owner of AKG-K701, I can say that they have 2 flaws in design. One is comfort issue and other affects life expectancy. And those reviewed headphones have both of them + there is that cable bent on head rest. At mentioned price one can get semi [...]
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Switching from Astro A50's to AKG K7XX Massdrop Edition? not too familiar with the k7xx model.. generally i mention the k701/k702/q701, beyer cans, senn cans, at cans and a few others on here. it seems like the 7xx is a bit more bassy than is usual for akg cans but this is a "punchy" bass not a "boomy" and deep ... [...]
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Which Akg, q701, k701/702 is best for gaming the akg k701, k702 and q701 are all basically similar sounding if not almost identical. the only real differences are a few design changes and extra features like cables. the sound signature is very heavily tilted towards treble and mids with very little ... [...]
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8 Unusual Headphones That May Scare Your Ears In today’s society, one pair of headphones seems to rule us all. It may be because of the brand name behind it, as the white iPod earphones are clearly the number one choice to accompany an MP3 player. Some companies have dared to be different by ... [...]
AKG K701 headphones AKG K701's. Ever since Mio Akiyama used these I've been interested in these high end headphones. Does anyone own a pair? They seem to have come down in price from $500 to about $220 including shipping. What's you experience if you've used a pair? [...]
Visually Impressive…The K701 is AKG Acoustics’ top-of-the-line headphones, marketed as their premium class reference headphones. It is little wonder for the price point of high in the hundreds. The headphones sports a new ‘3D-Foam’ ear pad design using a soft velvety material. This design enables the driver to be pointed at the ear for an optimal listening angle. As with any high-end headphones, it has an open construction, built with AKG’s flat-wire voice coil technology and...
We were starting to think that a musician’s endorsement was something of a death knell for audio equipment, but the Q701’s – the flagship product in AKG’s Quincy Jones-sponsored line-up – proves that theory conclusively wrong. Where Jay-Z and Dr Dre’s names on the packaging of the Skullcandy Aviators and Monster Beats respectively counts for no more than the assurance that you’ll be paying over the odds for what lies within, even if they weren’t available for a decent chunk under their £499...
well, first off you should not be in a hurry to spend thousands of dollars, and it is premature to have narrowed it down to just two choices already.personally, i'm not a fan of b&w. their speakers sound quite nasal to me, perhaps some kind of narrow midrange bump. maybe they don't do that as much anymore, but that's what i remember from my last listening.the linkwitz thing is just crazy, and not in a good way. dipoles require a lot of room tuning with no...
The SPEC company and its founder, Mr. Shirokazu Yazaki, as well as its main constructor, Mr. Banno Tsutomu, have a special place in my heart. I was the first person from outside Japan to test the company's products and my relationship with Mr. Shirokazu is especially close. It was no coincidence that he described the history of his career for High Fidelity, later copied many times by other magazines an portals all over the world (see: Moja prywatna historia audio (My private audio history)....