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AKG K 391 NC
7.8 out of 10

AKG K 391 NC

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Overall 8


PC Magazine
17 July 2013
  • Conclusion: The AKG K391 NC is a powerful pair of noise canceling in-canal earphones with enough upsides to compensate for its merely average noise cancellation.
  • Pros: Powerful bass response and distortion-free, crisp sound signature. Outputs audio in both passive and powered modes. Charges via USB rather than inconvenient disposable batteries. Inline remote control and microphone for mobile devices.
  • Cons: Noise cancellation isn't class-leading. The inline compartment will be an annoyance for some. Bass-boosted sound signature not for purists.
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Overall 8

AKG K391 NC In-Ear Headphones Review

4 June 2013
  • Excerpt: Up until this point, noise-canceling headphones were all a bunch of poorly designed pieces of cheap plastics costing a lot more that you've bargained for. Recent outings namely from Harman Kardon , changed all that with an attentive touch for good design.
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Gear Patrol
16 April 2013
  • Excerpt: The term “noise canceling headphones” almost always summons images of big puffy over-the-ear numbers. As wonderful as those can be, they’re bulky to pack if you’re traveling light, and during workouts, they suck — providing a feeling akin to sweating with scones strapped to your head.
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AKG K391 NC Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

Gear Diary
9 April 2013
  • Excerpt: In an ever-more crowded market filled with noise cancelling headphones, it can be a challenge to find the right balance of noise cancellation, comfort and audio quality. I was so impressed with the sound and comfort of the AKG K551 over-the-Ear headphones I reviewed recently ( read the review ),...
  • Pros: Sound excellent when the noise cancellation is turned on; Simple to use; Comfortable; Good noise cancellation without the buzz or pressure some NC headphones have
  • Cons: No in-line volume control; No shirt clip on the NC unit; Sound just okay when the noise cancellation is turned off
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