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AKG K26P Folding Closed Back Headphones
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The featherweight solution for music on the road.
The AKG K26P Folding Closed Back Headphones are high-quality headphones that provide fabulous sound and effective attenuation of ambient noise. Using the unique 3D-Axis mechanism, the K26P headphones fold down to a small package for easy portability making them great for MP3 players. The frequency range is 12Hz to 28kHz, with THD of <1%.
These phones are lightweight, sound great, and fold down to almost nothing. Order today!
K26P Folding Closed Back Headphones
- Type: dynamic, closed-back
Efficiency: 125 dB SPL/V
Frequency range: 12 Hz to 28 KHz
Rated impedance: 32 ohms
Cable: 5 ft.
Connector: Stereo mini jack
Net weight (without cable): approx. 2-3/5 oz.
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Incredible sounding headphones. Crisp highs, thumping lows. The best pair of headphones that I have bought to date. Great value, great sound, great quality!
i've had these for almost a year now, and they've been excellent. they're obviously not the highest quality headphones since they're made for mp3 files which are compressed anyway, but with an mp player they're awesome. i set the equalizer on my mp3 player and i can pretty much get any sound i can get out of an mp3. the bass is amazing for such a small size, and probably is beyond many larger headphones. i think its stupid to buy 100 or 200 dollar headphones if you're just listening to compressed files in the first place. if you're looking for cheap compact headphones for your mp3 player or ipod, m4a files are also compressed, these are the best
Im a big fan of AKG stuff... So when I saw these I had to check them out. I own K 240's and K 66's. These work excellent with my portable mp3 player and I just used them while recording some bass tracks where I would normally use my K 240's!....In a case like that, I just want my headphones to be comfortable and loud..and be able to handle the kick at high volume without distortion....and they worked great...not too shabby for mp3 player headphones! Im always amazed at how people write reviews about something like a $40 pair of headphones and complain because they dont compare to their $500000 set that their friend has. These are $40 headphones....sound comes out of them...thats all that these are made for. If you are trying to mix an album with these, you're an idiot. For cheap portable headphones, these sound great and get loud.......Which in my opinion is all AKG was trying to accomplish with these...and they succeeded.....These are awesome little headphones when used for what they were designed for!
I got them to use for mainly my laptop, they sound great and all. I take them many places. They don't fit into the case very well after you take them out for the first time. I don't know how to wrap the cord without it getting tangled, but the sound quality is great as I said. The only problem is the headphone jack and the wire is coming apart. The wire is bare, so the right earphone doesn't work.
First let me say I love how small they are and it is pretty impressive how much bass they get out of such a small headphone, but the sound quality leaves a lot to be desired. I still haven't found an equalizer setting that doesn't leave all my music sounding wrong. I'm no audiophile but I can tell it's kind of washed out and muddy. The vocals end up way back in the mix on all kinds of music. I wouldn't recommend these at all.