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Three new headphones from AKG offer a splash of color and sound worthy of the modern audiophile.
The AKG K551s are closed portable headphones with an open, airy sound, but their relative lack of bass means they're actually better for use at home.
The AKG K495 NCs aren't as comfortable and don't sound quite as good as the Bose QC 15s, but they're built better, offer very good noise-cancellation, and recharge via USB.
Thanks to their uncharacteristically open sound, the AKG K 390s are a fine set of earphones for the price; however, there are better buys that provide improved audio and a more comfortable fit.
The AKG K 518 headphones are a good value for eclectic listeners who want a portable earphone that needn't be stuck into the ear.
The AKG K 830 BT headphones offer a simple wireless solution for music lovers sick of tangled headphone cords, but the underwhelming Bluetooth audio fidelity isn't worth the overambitious price.
The AKG K 702 Open Back Dynamic Reference Headphones offer an ultracomfortable way to enjoy sound that is remarkably more open than most sets; they're like personal speakers for your head.
Headphone specialist AKG has set its sights on beating Beats with the Y40, Y45, Y50 and Y55 cans.
The AKG K390 Noise-Canceling earphones offer a sleek-looking design and two types of noise-hushing capabilities, but the high price tag and inconvenient noise-canceling module may be a turnoff for some.
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AKG takes its time developing high-end headphones so new models are rarely introduced, but the new K812s are a doozy!