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7.1 out of 10

AKG K 141 MKII

The semi-open, supra-aural K 141 MK II stands out for its XXL tr Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

I Love these headphones

lucky lulu, B&H Photo
13 February 2012
  • Excerpt: I was trying to decide what headphones to get for months and finally decided on this pair. They are much better than I even imagined. I am a newbie at mixing, but as far as I can tell, these seem to give an acurate sound. The velvet pads are really soft and comfortable. If you are looking for on ear headphones, these are excellent and economical. The detatchable cable is also a plus, since that is what I ruined first on my last pair of headphones.
  • Pros: Clear Sound
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Overall 8
8.0

Quality and it shows.

George, B&H Photo
7 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Clear sound. I was anticipating that much when i was ordering this. Sound quality is great. You are getting this if you want clear sound with highs and mids and bass that is clear and strong while not being thumping (ie not covering the rest and sounding muddy). If someone wants a heavy thumping bass that can harm ears then no. This one is about clarity and "unpolluted" sound. And because its 55 ohms it can be used on a PC or on a portable mp3 player with no issues.
  • Pros: Clear Sound, Easy To Use, Lightweight
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Overall 8
8.0

User Review

WoahReQQuiem, head-fi.org
11 December 2009
  • Summary: EDIT (9/23/2011) : After getting my hands on a couple of "Audiophile Reference" albums, I did more critical listening and added more impressions.          (12/9/2011) : Finalizing review after gathering 200+ hours of use. Hi guys, this is my first review, so forgive any mistakes. :). This is also my first headphone purchase beyond $60, so my thoughts about this headphone might not be as accurate compared to those with more experience.
  • Pros: Easy to drive, smaller for portability, great finish, great sound for the price, treble and midrange.
  • Cons: Long-term comfort, shallow pads, K 240 mk. II is better in everything besides portability, lacks bass punch
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Captain Magenta, head-fi.org
19 August 2006
  • Summary: I'll keep this very short.  They are very smooth sounding.  Treble toned down so not so good for rock but have a magic about them that makes them better than mark 2.  I use them with a '89/'90 Marantz PM50 integrated.  Very powerful amp with a great headphone out.  Don't need to go past ten o;clock even with these 600 ohm babies. Anyway, great vintage headphones that are well made and worth a go at the right price.
  • Pros: liquid smooth
  • Cons: none to think of.
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Overall 8
8.0

Built to Last

MattFair, Amazon
20 January 2014
  • Summary: I am one of those annoying people who listen to music constantly. Be it around the house or on my commute to work. I go through headphones more than I do shoes! So I am very impressed that these headphones have lasted so long. It has been a year, and still going strong. They are comfortable, the sound quality is good (not the best, but very good) and they look quite cool too. I would recommend these to people who are sick of their headphones always breaking, like I was!
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Overall 8
8.0

Good Sound

Hadi95, Amazon
27 June 2013
  • Summary: Love the sound quality. The only reason it is not five star is because it is a bit plasticy. Also the wire is a bit too long.
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Overall 10
10

Hard to beat at this price

parkerflyman, Ebay
4 September 2012
  • Summary: I've been using these for studio work. I have no issues whatsoever with this item. I researched this item before buying and as they have been superceded I got a crazy price.
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Overall 10
10
Design 10
10
Value for money 6
6.0
Sound quality 10
10
Comfort 10
10
Durability 8
8.0

For The Gamer and Extreme Listner!!!

GamerKrys, Ciao
2 March 2012
  • Excerpt: "...but is worth it, the AKG K 141 MK 2 is amazingly comfortable and has never given me soar ears. Friends also use this set to create and mix music, they say this head set is one of the few that actually give them perfect sound quality. I also experience almost no sound externally when having put on the headphones. these headphones are great for gamers and music listeners as they are very sound sensitive and provide good bass, i would recommend this ...
  • Pros: amazing sound quality
  • Cons: price heavy
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Overall 10
10

K141 mk2

A Lamphead, Amazon
11 December 2011
  • Summary: These are very impressive cans out the box. Nicely balanced with a neutral to very slightly warmer sound. Best I can describe it is rich and full bodied. They have so far sounded great with anything I play, not like the Grado SR80 which can sound fatiguing with some or even any music after a while. These are not as 'in your face' as the Grado SR80.
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Overall 10
10

Wow!

Brian A. Randall "briran", Amazon
12 November 2010
  • Summary: Having got them out of the box I first compared them on my mobile phone with the AKG K420's i have and at first was disappointed as they were much quieter than the 420's even with a headphone amp. I then tried them in my laptop with the headphone amp and they were pretty good. After 15 minutes or so I kept noticing that I had to reduce the volume on the laptop as they were getting louder. I assume that these need to "run in".
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