AKG K 271 MKII
- Design: Closed, circumaural
- Driver: Dynamic
- Frequency range: 16 - 28.000 Hz
- Impedance: 55 Ohm
- Sensitivity: 91 dB/mW
- Cable: 3 m one-sided, plug-in cable and 5 m spiral cable (mini XLR-plug)
- Special features: Automatic shutdown
- Weight: 240 g
AKG K 271 MKII · Headphone
The closed-back, circumaural earphones provide maximum attenuation of high ambient noise. The AKG K271 MKII are also ideal for all applications where no sound must leak from the headphones. The headphones switch off automatically when taken off. Since this feature prevents headphone signals from spilling over into an open microphone it is highly appreciated by recording studio, live sound, TV sound, and broadcast engineers.
Circumaural headphones encircle the ear, and provide a good seal. Such earphones are usually comfortable to wear, provide good isolation, and result in a consistent sound from one wearing to another. Bass extension is excellent with this design since a very good air seal can be made against the head.
AKG K271 MKII HEADPHONES FEATURES
For onstage and studio use.
Circumaural dynamic earphones.
High noise attenuation.
Automute feature mutes headphones when they are taken off.
Frequency response: 16 Hz - 28 kHz.
Nominal impedance: 55 ohms.
Maximum input power: 200mW.
Sensitivity: 91 dB SLP/mW.
Weight: 240g (8.5 oz).
Screw-on gold plated stereo adapter.
3 m cable with mini XLR connector (headphone end).
Gimbal suspended earphones settle comfortable against ears without pinching.
Self-adjusting headband with automatic on/off switch.
Headphone · AKG K 271 MKII
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