• AKG K371

    AKG K371

    The K371 (and its cheaper brother, the K361) is a new offering from Harman / AKG released a few weeks ago, replacing the K550/553. It’s a closed over-ear, pretty light, easy to drive,…

  • AKG K550 mkII

    The K550 mkII (same model as the K553 mkII, just different US/EU naming) is the successor to the original K550 released in 2012. There are no visual differences between the old K550 and…

  • AKG K612

    The K612 is the little brother of the K712, but it shares same design and drivers and comes at 1/2 the price of the K712. However, cable is not detachable and the impedance…

  • AKG K712

    The K712 is the final K7xx serie model, first produced in Austria and now in Slovakia. It’s an evolution (but more a sidegrade) of the K701, using K702 Annie / K7XX memory foam…

  • AKG K401

    The K401 was the little brother of the famous K501. Differences are minimal though ; the only premium thing the K501 has over the K401 is a genuine leather headband. Other than that,…

  • AKG K501

    The K501 was AKG’s flagship in the late 90s, and was the last high-end model developed by the Austrian company before Harman bought it (in 94).The K501 sounds close to the K401 and…

  • AKG K551

    The K551 was launched around the same time as the original K550, circa 2012. It was a variant with shorter cable (1.2m, non detachable) coming with remote control and mic.I have comfort issues…

  • AKG K701

    The K701 was introduced just after the K601, as the new open-back flagship of the Austrian manufacturer. It was the higher-end AKG until the release of the K712 and K812, in 2014. AKG…

  • AKG K340

    AKG’s flagship between 1978 and 1982, the K340 is a closed-back headphone with 2 drivers in its housing : a dynamic transducer for frequencies below 4khz, and for the ones above, an electret…

  • AKG K400

    AKG K400

    The AKG K400 is a vintage mid-range open-back AKG headphone destined for enjoyment and home use. It sits between the K300 and the K500.Like most AKG, it’s super light on the head. Pads…