AKG K44 Perception, K77 Perception, K99 Perception


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AKG K44 Perception, K77 Perception, K99 Perception

Broadcast headphones
The over-ear, semi-closed design of the K44 Perception provides a powerful low end and clean highs for an excellent sound, ranging from project studios to home recording. The K77 Perception is an over-ear, semi-closed headphone with powerful and convincing sound at value cost -- ready to use for home or project studios. Both products include comfortable leatherette ear pads and a self-adjusting headband for extended wear, without discomfort and a 3-meter fixed, straight cable and convertible jack. K99's high-performance, over-ear, semi-open headphones feature excellent sound quality. Its large, 40mm speakers provide a natural, uncoloured sound, ideal for the studio. K99 Perception is lightweight and self-adjusting for a pleasant fit for long sessions.
818-920-3212
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www.akg.com


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