AKG K 141 Studio
AKG K 141 Studio

K 141 Studio, Studio headphone from AKG in the K 141 series.

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Pierrot210 10/27/2005

AKG K 141 Studio : Pierrot210's user review


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I was looking for a headphone for the pleasure of listening to music as close as possible to the Ralite. My styles are either classic or predominantly close to the jazz music, with preferences for voice in both cases. So I read and reread the comments on the headphones and I finally throw my AKG K141 dvolu on. But I changed After a few hours of use to another.

I'm not saying at all that this headphone is not good. But it is important to say that headphones nophite all have personality and an election on the internet seems to me now avoided: one should try, no choice.

What I found though with the 141S:
- The precision of sound, and a good sense of spatial restitution
- It is both finite and even beautiful, but it is secondary

I have not found much at all:
- The bass too invasive, which give the impression of having half the field completed auditory motion by a roar omniprsent
- More importantly, the voices come out really bad: they are weakened, dull, and clumps by low

In short, it's not for me to buy a headset for those who seek a return Fidler sounds, especially voice.

Instead, I took a Sennheiser HD250 Linear 2 (see comment on this headphone if your interested