1. Captain ?degard

    Bassiest headphones ever, which?

    This might sound very shallow, but I really like bass, so I started wondering: what are the bassiest headphones there is? Also, which ones are bassiest ones that desn't require a headphone amp (to be run off the D2 in any case). Oh, and headphones, not IEms or plugs ^^
  2. Viber

    Can the PX200 pads fit AKG K26P (=AKG K414)

    Hey guys,   So after 7 years the pads on my trusty AKG K26P are completely ruined. I tried to get a replacement pads but the cheapest ones are like 10$ (for a 30$ cans!) and i wasn't so crazy about the original pads anyhow.   Then i came across the Senheiser PX200\100 pads...
  3. ShootingStars

    anyone heard of the AKG K450? are they good?

    http://www.akg.com/akg_personal/medi...8383974fb3.jpg these...
  4. truckdriver

    I'm looking for an updated version of an old AKG headphone.

    I bought the AKG K26P (some 7 or so years ago) from Headroom for $30. I believe ( a few years later) it was renamed the AKG K414P and was still selling for around $30. A friend of mine really likes the sound so I was looking for a new pair for her. I was wondering if anyone here knows what “AKG”...
  5. jumpka

    Replacing PX100 for portable/outdoor use (budget $100)

    I need to immediately replace my old Sennheiser PX100 headphones which broke yesterday. Budget around US $100. I will be using the headphones exclusively for commuting and walking around noisy city streets with my iPod Nano. I prefer something foldable or collapsable, and something that...
  6. AKG k26p

    AKG k26p

    Technical Characteristics Type: Closed-back supraaural Frequency response: 12 Hz - 28 kHz Nominal impedance: 32 ohms Sensitivity: 125 dB / V Cable length: 5' (1.5 m) Connectors: 3.5 mm jack Weight: 2.6 oz (74 g)