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Studio monitoring package for 2.
This studio monitoring package includes a Live Wire 4-channel headphone amp, two pairs of AKG M90 MKII studio headphones, and two Live Wire 10' headphone extension cables.
Live Wire 4-Channel Headphone Amplifier
In addition to cable products, Live Wire has taken their expertise in audio interconnection and applied it toward a variety of tools that assist in common solutions for sound professionals. Encompassing equipment for studio and stage, Live Wire Solutions use the same no-compromise design philosophy they use for their cables, with high-quality parts and attention to detail that make them dependable for crucial applications. For answers to your everyday challenges in music, your solution is simple: Live Wire Solutions.
AKG M90 MKII Headphones
AKG M90MKII Headphones are semi-open and offer you excellent stereo sound at an easy price. The self-adjusting headband and low weight ensure a comfortable pleasant fit. Large, high-performance 1.6"(40-mm) speakers provide natural, uncolored sound.
AKG M90MKII’s are perfect for listening enjoyment. M90MKII headphones include comfortable leatherette ear pads that allow comfortable extended wear. You get a very accurate listening experience, thanks to an 18Hz-22kHz frequency range. AKG makes great headphones for a variety of applications, from studio monitoring to home listening. If you want to plug into a computer, CD player, or MP3 player and experience great sound, then AKG M90MKII headphones are ideal for you.
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Comments about AKG M90 MKII Headphone Amp Package:
The headphone amp itself is fine. The headphoen extensions that come with it are nice, too. The only real issue is that the headphones that come with it suck. They're a one-off make that AKG doesn't even recognize. They feel really cheap and fragile, but so far they haven't broken or anything. They're NOT mixing headphones, just really open stereo phones. For a small studio they'll work good enough for recording multiple people at once