AKG has created a new pair of in-ear headphones, which the company says can provide studio-quality audio for a price of $1000. The new AKG N5005 headphones have been showcased at CES 2018 this week and have been certified with Japan Audio Society “Hi-Res Audio”, meaning that you will be able to “enjoy the subtlest nuances of studio-quality sound in higher-than-CD quality resolution,” says AKG parent company Harman International.
The in-ear headphones come supplied with four interchangeable sound filters allowing users to tune the audio to provide precise Bass Boost, Reference Sound, Semi-High Boost and High Boost. Equipped with five 9.2mm + Quad BA audio drivers and two sets of “high-quality” detachable twist cables. On a full charge, the headphones are capable of providing up to 8 hours of listening when used wirelessly And includes a three-button remote and microphone Bluetooth dongle if required. The presentation box also comes complete with cleaning tools, interchangeable ear tips and more. Jessica Garvey, Vice President of Harman’s Lifestyle Audio Division, explains a little more about the new AKG headphones.
The AKG N5005 embodies AKG’s legendary studio sound and stunning design for today’s sophisticated listeners and audiophiles. Excellence is in the details with these headphones, as they are able to reproduce the same audio quality artists and sound engineers achieve in the recording studio, while conveniently connecting users to the music source of their choice.
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official AKG announcement by following the link below.
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