AKG K167 Tiësto Headphones

AKG K167 Tiësto Headphones

AKG K167 Tiësto Headphones

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  • Closed Back for Noise Rejection
  • 1.6" Drivers
  • Built From XRP³ Reinforced Polymer
  • 3D-Axis Folding For Flat Storage
  • Gold Plated 1/8" to 1/4" Adapter
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The K167 Tiësto Headphones from AKG are built to give you comfort, portability and durability wherever you wear them. Made for professionals and music enthusiasts alike, the K167's are equipped with 1.6" (40 mm) drivers that are designed to deliver consistent sound reproduction whether you're mixing in the DJ booth or just listening on the subway. The over-ear, closed back earcups are built to reject outside noise that may otherwise interfere with your listening experience. They are equipped with the convenient 3D-Axis folding mechanism that allows for compact, flat storage. Made from XRP³ Glass-Fiber Reinforced Polymer parts to withstand wear-and-tear, the K167's are built to endure frequent use. The included 1/8" to 1/4" gold plated adapter makes the K167's a viable choice whether you are monitoring a band through a multi-track mixer, or listening to music on your MP3 player.

Sound Quality and Comfort
Over-ear (circum-aural) and closed back design meant to reject noise in loud environments and provide a comfortable fit at the same time
Powerful Driver for High SPL at Low Frequencies
Low resonance 40 mm driver built to deliver high sound pressure levels even at very low frequencies
Designed for Durability
XRP³ glass-fiber reinforced polymer parts used for durability and low weight
3D-Axis Folding
Flat storage mechanism designed for extra convenience on-the-go
Versatile Connectivity
Included 1/8" to 1/4" gold plated adapter lets you connect to consumer devices such as CD players and MP3 players, as well as DJ gear such as mixers and samplers
UPC: 885038032892
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AKG K167 Tiësto Headphones
  • Gold Plated 1/8" to 1/4" Adapter
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    AKG K167 specs

    Type Closed-back, around-ear (circum-aural)
    Driver Size 1.6" (40 mm)
    Frequency Range 15 Hz - 23 kHz
    Maximum Input Power 2,000 mW
    Impedance 32 ohms
    Sensitivity 112 dBspl/V
    Connectors Gold plated 1/8" (3.5 mm) jack
    Adapter Gold plated 1/4" (6.3 mm) adapter (screw-on)
    Cable 3.9 - 18.0' (1.2 - 5.5 m) coiled cable
    Weight 8.8 oz (.25 kg)
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    Package Weight 1.4 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.0 x 8.0 x 4.5"

    AKG K167 reviews

    K167 Tiësto Headphones is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from AKG K167 Pros and cons with these headphones. First off, great sounding and good build quality for the money. Loud and over ear for background noise reduction. The pros would be : price,build,and weight. Now the cons. Cons are definitely the lower end is not exactly punchy. I used these on my phone, and have mixed with them on my turntables. Sub bass is not very good. Also,the other con here is the lack of a detachable headphone cable/no bag or carrying case for them. Besides the lower end and cable,I'd give them 4 out of 5 stars. Definitely worth the Money and will last!
    Date published: 2017-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Loved it, I would buy it again :) I love electronic music and is very important the sound of the headphones and this truly are perfect for that. The sound is amazing and they are very comfortable around the ear.
    Date published: 2012-12-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome sounding 'phones that require power I've been listening via headphones since 1969, was a recording engineer in the 90's, love good sound. I've got a Fiio x1 DAP, a Fiio Mont Blanc 12a portable headphone amp and a not so portable, but freakin' awesome Schiit Magni headphone amp.� I was listening to the Sony V-6 cans for decades. Getting 21st century gear to attach to Sony's 1980's cans showed that with enough juice, they could produce some impressive bass and a lot of insight into a mix. I've read reviews of the Tiesto K 167 headphones from AKG, noting that those who love these headphones really love them, some said "meh", some said "not enough bass". A lot said "beware, these are prone to breakage." But the ones that loved the cans went way over the top. I had been listening via the amazing Schiit Magni headphone amp for a week, using the old Sony headphones, reveling in the sonic upgrade. The headphones arrived in five days, as promised. Packaging is as spartan as it gets, a box wrapped in cellophane, phones in protective plastic, a multi-language multi-page pamphlet concerning the warranty. They are comfy, with big cans and thick cushions. Clamping is a little high, but where I uses them I have to take them off frequently. The breakage issue concerns the pivot mechanism that attaches the earspeakers to the headband, not too trusty looking. I plan to be cautious. I also plan to buy a back-up pair. Plugged them into the Magni, sound was far better than the Sonys. Initially, bass was a little weird, but everything was clear against a dark background. Bass was�noticeably�bigger, fatter, rounder and more intense than any headphones I've owned, and with more texture and clarity than any headphone I've heard. The longer the headphones 'cooked', the more everything fell into place. Bass became more natural, the sound was still dark but even more clear. My understanding is that the Teisto K 267 has even more bass. I don't want more bass than I'm getting with the 167s. When I plug the 167s into the Fiio Mont Blanc 12a, the bass is not quite as present, the overall sound is more mechanical. When I plug the Teisto cans directly into the the X1, using its on-board headphone amp, it all falls apart. You might get full level but no guts. I suspect those that complained about the bass with the K 167s plugged them directly into their smartphones and these really aren't those sorts of headphones.� Teisto said these were intended for studio monitoring. In my experience, I don't know of a better headphone for that purpose if one intends to make bass a major element of the mix. The great beauty of these headphones is their balance. Most "audiophile" gear has a suck-out in the lower mid-range. These do not. Most "audiophile" cans don't do this kind of bass. On hip-hop tracks, the bass balance relative to the other elements of the mix makes sense, on [most] Beats [and their offspring, like Skullcandy], they don't. A lot of "audiophile" headphones lack body when reproducing the Orchestra, these headphones do a wonderful job of representing the lower-midrange voices of the orchestra. Vocals are unusually clear, maybe even a little too clear.� My previous reference for headphones were the Stax Earspeakers, compared to these they just don't "do" bass and it's easier to hear into the mix with the K 167s. These are headphones that require good sources and amplification. As such, a high-quality monitor for studio use. If you consider yourself an audiophile and love bass, you want to hear these hooked up to an amp that can pump out at least 2 watts into 32 ohms.
    Date published: 2018-03-14
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEST HEADPHONES I HAVE HAD- I recommend them to everyone !! I use these Headphones with my DJ equipment These are some of the best quality headphones that I have ever had bi-far !! The sound on them are perfect and the look and feel of them are great ! I love how they go over your entire ear- I could wear these for hours and never get tired of them or have them feeling uncomfortable. Best purchase I have made for myself in a long time !
    Date published: 2017-01-09
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good stuff Great for listening outdoor or subway due to noise rejection.
    Date published: 2013-01-14
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Uncomfortable after a while, good for monitoring The sound is pretty neutral, not a lot of bass and slightly tinny depending on what you're listening to. Over time as my ears set inside the cups, the hard speakers inside begin to press on my ears, making it a bit uncomfortable. They look good, but the sound is nothing special
    Date published: 2017-04-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great headphones - especially for the price! Very comfortable, with a high quality full-range sound. Build is mostly plastic, so probably not the most durable headphones around. Cord is not detachable, and there is no carrying case/bag, which I don't need anyway. Bur for the price- $50 - nothing else comes close!
    Date published: 2017-04-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worth twice as much as I paid... Very interesting set of headphones I have discovered in these AKGs. I'm more impressed every time I listen to them and no I am not a DJ. These stand up pretty well to high end listening. Missing only the most subtle highs. Buy them, you won't be disappointed.
    Date published: 2016-04-13
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