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AKG K 271 Studio

Studio headphone from AKG belonging to the K 271 series

gorden gorden
Published on 10/20/04 at 03:53
I use this headset for 1 month.
This headphone is therefore aimed at studio.Il mix.
(Those fortunes can nammoins be used for network headphones musicians.
Even if a DT100 suffice.)
This is a headphone that is around 190 euros (AKG K271).
It is trs trs comfortable!
I find it less aggressive than 7506 from Sony. (Less tiring).

Namoins can fall for the vintage look of Sony.
The K271 seems more solid, less "plastic" than the Sony.

Apprcier for a headphone, it must be connaitre.En other words: what will such legalization on the headphone as enceinte.Il must therefore avoid to change without headphones arrt.Un investment around 190 euros can justify the cela.Je therefore recommended that the audiophiles as well as the Eng.
(Or wealthy).
I also advise women wishing to offer a quality headphone spouse. (Better
a vulgar FM wireless headphones, the most beautiful effect !!!).
Oh I forgot!
There is a mechanism to balance the left atrium Submitted on all MODELS K271. (Switch)
This little noise is heard in front of the axis movement is normal.Don 't worry.

simply to avoid the trampoline during the mix and you'll be fine.
Instead of buying a pair of TRUTH B2031, plutt buy a K271.
Trs trs is a good investment.
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