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AKG K-702


High End Reference Headphones

  • Flat-wire voice coil technology
  • Varimotion two-layer diaphragm guarantees transient response
  • Open
  • Circumaural (full size)
  • Dynamic
  • Impedance: 62 Ohm
  • Peak SPL: 105 dB
  • Frequency range: 10 - 39800 Hz
  • Max input power: 200 mW
  • 3,5 mm Stereo jack connector
  • Cable length: 3 m
  • Weight with cable: 362 g
  • Weight without cable: 300 g
  • Includes: 6,3 mm jack adapter
Available since September 2008
Item number 217575
Sales Unit 1 piece(s)
Design Over-Ear
System Open
Impedance 62 Ohms
Frequency range 10 Hz – 39800 Hz
Adapter Yes
Replacable Cable Yes
Marrone/Argento Black
Sensitivity 105 dB
Max. SPL 105 dB
Type Of Connector Mini Jack
Adaptor 1
Weight 300 g
Replaceable Cable 1
Colour Black
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466 AED 116,81 €
Plus 279 AED shipping
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592 Reviews

Neutral Headphones great for producing
ockpii 01.08.2020
I use these headphones for mixing and a bit of mastering in my current studio situation. I spent hours listening to different genres of music to get a feel for how they translate and I was extremely pleased.

They offer great stereo imaging (some would say too wide, but you can use that to your advantage) and clarity both in terms of detail and in terms of frequencies.

I would say they're not the most comfortable of headphones. I'm speaking mostly in regards to the headband. They're not nearly as comfortable as, say, a pair of Beyerdynamic headphones. That being said, I'm sure they'll loosen up a bit with time, and if you take regular breaks (which are useful anyway to avoid ear fatigue), then that will not be a serious issue whatsoever.

Bear in mind that you will need to be extra cautious if you're planning on using this to track (or record) as well, as they're open by design, and do let sound spill out. This makes them more suited for the mixing/producing parts of the job.


Issue with Left earcup
kk34 17.12.2020
The sound of k702 is very clean and well balanced. I had no issues with using it and the comfort was always great for long hours. A standard DAC/AMP is good enough, no need to have expensive ones.
It is open back but no need to worry about losing bass as it is still there. Clarity of Mids/High are great for the price, well detailed but not too flat so you can still enjoy pop music,

But, after 6 months the left earcup stopped sounding. I believe its due to the cable soldering in around the detachable cable but its a bit unfortunate as the plastic build quality is well done for the outside.


kilmur 26.04.2020
Very good headphones. Sound is very clean, even bass. Very practical design and also body of headphones are flexible on every head and ears. I am using them in my home studio.
Pros: Long cable, dual jacks (3,5mm and reduction for 6,3mm). Outer rings of speakers are suitable around your ears.
Cons: After few months the joint, which connects jack cable with headphones caused disconnecting of left hearing side. Sent it back to thomann as a claim, after few weeks got it back with solved problem.


Nice and Flat
nksegos 29.09.2021
As far as budget "budget"-minded reference headphones, these take the cake. Crystal clear and neutral sounding along with a very spicy soundscape feeling thanks to their open back design. Of course the caveat is that these headphones are not made to be discreet and whatever you're listening to will noticeably bleed into your surrounding space, but that's the case with mostly all open back designs. At 62 ohms, it might be a worry that these won't perform very well without a dedicated DAC, but rest assured, a modern laptop or phone will drive them just as fine as it would a 32 ohm pair.

Overall, it is a great product for what it is supposed to be. A pair of sturdy, neutral sounding open back headphones. As long as someone goes in without expecting chunky bass frequencies and to have their playlist be private, then it would be very hard to be disappointed at this price.


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