Summary: The K545’s are a handsome set of headphones that are sure to turn heads. They’re great for short-listening sessions, but if you’re looking at a marathon video game run, or even watching a movie, you might experience some discomfort. The K545’s sound fine , and nothing more than that.
Pros: Very handsome design, decent sound.
Cons: Can be uncomfortable during long listening sessions, cord is too short for my tastes.
Summary: AKG K545 Review
I was on the search for closed, portable circumaural headphones that would be driven easily by weak sources like smartphones - I commute often by train, and as much as I love my Koss Porta Pros, the lack of isolation forced me to look for something else.
Pros: Clean details, airy soundstage, good instrument separation, decently extended bass albeit not that visceral. Good build quality and portability.
Cons: The treble peak puts a "bright filter" on everything. This may be tiresome to some.
Summary: These are my first impressions and not a full review as such. '. The headphones look very sexy and the build feels quality. Moving parts are stiff and feel robust. Although, the headband feels flimsy compared to the rest of the phones. All in all satisfying enough.
Pros: Musical, versatile and satisfying bass, excellent separation, responds well to most genres.
Cons: Can sound a bit bright and harsh at times, shaky seal, problematic with glasses, needs a little juice.
Summary: Background: While at college, I needed a high quality closed back set to drown out all of the ambient noise in college dorms. I have been using Sennheiser's exclusively for the past three years but the Momentum's did not interest me.
Pros: Expansive Soundstage for closed backs, rich warm sound, accurate sound signature, detachable cables!
Excerpt: AKG’s new K545 overear headphones are large and in charge. They sport mammoth 2 inch drivers and serious audio quality. It’s rare to find a big pair of ...
Pros: Great appearance, Durable build, Lightweight, All-day comfort, Removable cable that’s tangle resistant and includes microphone and controls, Two cables included–one for iOS and one universal, Premium sound quality, 2 inch drivers, No included case, No foldable or collapsable, Pricey, Poor noise i...
Cons: Great appearance, Durable build, Lightweight, All-day comfort, Removable cable that’s tangle resistant and includes microphone and controls, Two cables included–one for iOS and one universal, Premium sound quality, 2 inch drivers, No included case, No foldable or collapsable, Pricey, Poor noise i...
Summary: AKG K545 K550’s little brother isn’t so little!
First off I want to give a huge thanks to RazerDog Audio! I inquired about buying the K545 and they were kind enough to contact AKG about my interest in reviewing this headphone, they are a class act and great example of Online retailing done RIGHT!
Pros: excellent full bass response with comfortable yet portable size plus almost all of the K550's sound!
Cons: The cables are a bit short and the thinner pads are a bit less isolating.
Summary: Heute stellen wir euch den AKG K545 vor. Einen ohrumschließenden Bügelkopfhörer, der nicht nur optisch interessant aussieht, sondern auch klanglich mit seinen 50mm großen Treibern und einer verbesserten Basswiedergabe für einen Sound in Studioqualität sorgen soll.