AKG K712 Pro Studio Headphones

AKG introduces the K712 Pro Studio Reference Headphones, designed for mixing and mastering in the studio.

AKG K712 Pro Studio Headphones

These new headphones are hand-crafted in Austria, using components and design method that helped establish the AKG brand. This means that the hardware is meant to last for a long time, while providing the best quality and comfort that AKG can offer.

The K712 PROs are reference headphones that have open-back design cans, which according to AKG results in more detailed audio monitoring.

Open back designs are known for providing speaker like sounds by allowing just the right amount of ambient noise to get in. It creates an illusion of audio space, which can be critical when mastering or mixing.

To ensure wearing comfort, the K712 Pro features an over-ear design with velour ear pads. This allows for fatigue-free monitoring, mixing and mastering as you take your time to iron out the kinks in your tracks.

The frame or the headband of the unit is made of genuine soft leather, which makes it light and easy to fit.

Unique to this unit is its improved low frequency performance, by up to 3dB. This makes it suitable for monitoring low-frequency instruments like bass, synth bass, kick drums and others. This enhanced bass frequency response also makes it a suitable headphone for DJs and electronic music performers.


  • Sensitivity: 105dB/V
  • Frequency response: 10Hz - 39.8kHz
  • Impedance: 62 Ohms
  • Max input power: 200mW
  • Weight: 235g

AKG equipped the K712 Pro with a gold plated 1/8" mini-jack connector and a 1/4"-1/8" converter for quick connectivity with media devices and amplifiers. Wrapping up the features of the K712 Pro Headphones are a 3m single-side cable and an additional coiled cable.

The AKG K712 Pro is currently being sold online with a price tag of EUR 444. For further details, you can visit AKG.

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