AKG K240 MKII Price in Singapore & Specifications
|Release Date in Singapore|
|Ports & interfaces|
|3.5 mm connector||Yes|
|6.35 mm connector||Yes|
|Cable length||3 m|
|Headphone frequency||15 - 25000 Hz|
|Maximum input power||200 mW|
|Headphone sensitivity||104 dB|
Reviewed on 2012-06-28
The k240's build quality is exceptional and its looks, while retro, should appeal to both young and old. AKG has saved the flashy color schemes for its Quincy Jones line (which shares a lot of similarities with the k240) , though for those who would rather walk softly, the k240 should fit the bill nicely, The cushioning, head strap and overall fit of the k240 makes it among the most comfortabl...
I often criticize headphones for having too short a cable. In the instance of the k240, it may be too long. Thankfully, it doesn't become tangled and is robust enough that you can coil it easily, but for personal onthego use, it may be too much, Speaking of cables, the k240 has no level of cableoriented controls of the kind that have become popular with headphones as of late, thanks to the pro...
My history with AKG goes back a ways, as my grandfather had a pair of AKG K180s that I often wore as a child. As a toddler, I was more enthralled with the massive K180's looks more than its sound, for when I had it on, it made me look like a rocket man...Read more >