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AKG K452 High-Performance On-Ear Headphones with In-line Microphone - Blue (discontinued by manufacturer)

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  • 1-button remote compatibility with most portable devices
  • In-line microphone with control button suitable for most Android models
  • Lightweight and super soft ear pads for long wearing comfort
  • Specific android compatibility
  • Based on award winning K451 Headphones

Product details

Colour Name: blue
  • Boxed-product Weight: 458 g
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  • Item model number: K 452 blau
  • ASIN: B00BEDSZ7M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 22 Aug 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (161 customer reviews)

Product Description

Colour Name: blue

Box Contains

  • 1 pair AKG K452 headphones
  • 1 premium carrying case
  • Warranty card

  • From the Manufacturer

    Smartphone, specific Android

    Works seamlessly with most Android devices.

    Universal 1 button remote/mic

    In-line, one-button remote control and microphone compatible with most smartphones.

    3D foldable design

    A 3D-Axis folding mechanism provides the highest level of portability and storage.

    Portable

    Conceived and equipped to satisfy the needs of those with on-the-go lifestyles.

    Award winning sound in an on the go design

    The AKG K 452 delivers everything you demand from a studio-quality headphone – and then ups the ante with a one-button, universal remote.

    Take high performance with you

    Quality, portability and style. Those are the qualities that the AKG K 452 foldable on-ear-headphone is all about.

    AKG signature sound

    For more than 65 years, musicians and audio engineers have relied on AKG technology within the studio for vocal performances, instrumentation, mixing, mastering and engineering. In the K 452's, this sought-after sound is now available for you to experience and enjoy.

    Comfort on the go. By design

    Comfort and convenience are everything on the road. What good is a high-quality headset if it's too warm, too tight, doesn't sufficiently block out ambient noise or doesn't have the connectivity required to listen to your music across multiple platforms? Every detail of the K 452s has been painstakingly designed to ensure you get studio quality sound, no matter where you go or how hard you travel. Super soft ear pads combine with the K 452s closed-back, lightweight design to block out most ambient noise and with our patented 3D-Axis2 folding mechanism, K 452s fold away flat into a hard carrying case for easy portability.


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    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A. Crisan on 13 Feb 2014
    Colour Name: blue Verified Purchase
    I was looking for some headphones for my commute, as I listen to music on my way to work and on my way home. I first ordered the Philips Citiscape Uptown, as I thought around the ear headphones should block outside noise better and it wouldn't leak. While this was mostly true, I didn't like how bulky they were and they weren't comfortable enough to be worn for more than 20-30 minutes. So I ended up going for these, having read good reviews about sound quality and I thought they looked nice.

    Even though they don't show it, they are really comfortable and I have worn them for more than an hour without any discomfort. The sound is really good and the bass is strong but not overpowering. I mostly listen to rock and the K452's do a great job at rendering this kind of music. I haven't tried the button control yet, because I've only recently purchased an Android phone, but this feature is not necessarily very important for me. The carrying case and the spare cable are a great addition and I've found it very useful to fold the headphones and store them in the case at the end of my commute, so that's pretty handy.

    So if you're looking for good headphones at a great price, look no further.
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    88 of 91 people found the following review helpful By W. Stallwood on 28 Sep 2013
    Colour Name: blue Verified Purchase
    I needed some headphones for use on the train and in the office. I already have a pair of beloved Sennheiser HD560 Ovation II's which cost nearly 2 weeks wages back when I was 19.

    Twenty years on I still know why the Sennheisers changed what I thought about headphones, they are outstanding. But they are huge and clumsy and being open backed, leak sound so badly they are nowhere near suitable for office use.

    So I just bought the AKG's. I was attracted to K452's as they are the android compatible update to the K451 which has received some very positive reviews. Closed back and highly portable and at £60 a reasonable price for “good” headphones.
    Overall I am really impressed, they are very comfortable, have a pleasant sound, convincing bass and barely leak at all even at moderate listening levels. The nice travel case and replaceable lead (there is even a spare lead with no remote included) give the impression they will last a while.

    Considering the “fashion” headphones at this price point and how terrible they sound in comparison ( yes I did try some Beats Audio cans for a laugh ), I think these are very good value.

    Some compromise had to be made though...There would be something very wrong if a pair of highly portable closed can travel headphones could compete with my beloved Sennheisers. But by golly the AKG's have a good stab at it. It's probably fair to say though that they aren't challenging enough to be a serious listening headphone.
    Their character is completely different and perhaps somehow more neutral although there is a definite warmness which makes them very easy to listen to but might annoy some listeners.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Qtip on 14 Mar 2014
    Colour Name: White Verified Purchase
    Read a number of reviews and these seemed a reasonable choice at the price.
    When I first tried them, I was slightly disappointed as they seemed a bit heavy in the bass.
    However, after attaching to them to my computer and playing music of varying types and fairly loud for
    2 days they now sound better balanced and the bass seems to have settled with the treble being that bit brighter.
    Good buy.
    Delivery good.
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    22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By C. GLYNN-JONES on 26 May 2014
    Colour Name: blue Verified Purchase
    AKG k 452

    I spent a fair while looking for a decent pair of headphones for the daily commute - really hankered after some Bose noise isolators to hush my journey but couldn't justify the £300+ price tag.

    The previous AKG model got a LOT of good reviews on here, the AKG K 452 seem identical apart from the inclusion of an inline microphone for mobile calls.

    It's something I've rarely used but it does work very well, as the headphones do offer a decent amount of noise isolation when worn - you don't get anywhere near Bose levels, but you need to take them off to hear clearly, even if the music has stopped. So, if annoying people on the train by making loud and lengthy phone calls is your style - this makes it even easier and totally hands-free.

    Sonically they do take a while to run in, mine have quite definitely opened up over three months - becoming clearer across the mid and top end. They were disappointingly muddy when first used - which was heightened by a very heavy bass response - which is still present but lessened by the top end becoming more prominent.

    Should volume be required, the AKG has stacks of it - I've yet to use it all. The spill seems very small, I don't want fellow passengers to critique my eclectic musical taste and they are effective at preventing that.

    I find the sound coloured and way too bassy, if you listen to a lot of electronic music for example, you may like that aspect but across a range of music they are simply too bass heavy for my taste, almost as if there is a 'bass boost' button switched on.
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