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The AKG K 912 are cordless headphones built to work in a wide variety of environments.

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Pros

Good sound quality for a headphone at this pricepoint

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Cons

Does not set well in the docking station at all times

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The buttons are a little flimsy

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Audio source must be plugged into the transmitter to come through

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The AKG K 912 are cordless headphones built to work in a wide variety of environments. Using a PLL synthesizer tuner a strong transmission from the base is sent to the headphones that penetrates walls and ceilings, and an automatic frequency control allows the system to work around interference. The design is semi-open and covers the ear with breathable cloth pads. The headband is self-adjusting, allowing for quick usage without the need to make adjustments. These headphones cover the 18 Hz to 20 kHz range, making them appropriate for general use. 

Features
  • Around-ear, semi-open design
  • Self-adjusting headband
  • Breathable cloth ear pads
  • PLL (phase-locked loop) synthesizer tuner
  • Auto tuning function
  • Docking station for charging
  • 3 user-selectable frequencies
  • Rechargeable batteries included
  • Frequency range: 18 Hz - 20 kHz
  • Headphones weight: 280g
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Anonymous
04/20/2013 03:47

Bought these headphones today, sounds good for price but didn't realize yet how long is the charging time. Anyway they fit a bit loose for my head so I found a good non-invasive fix: unscrew the elastic head band from one side of the headphone arc, fold the band one time around the metal eyelet and screw it again, repeat process on the other arc side. Now they fits great!

Avinash
01/28/2012 12:03

Really i am not understanding operating system. Please tell me someone how to operate, charge & fix the battery in headphones.

Anonymous
08/07/2011 10:11

can anyone tell me how to put battery into this headphone.

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Anonymous

10/10/2011 01:25

i am not sure if you did already find the answer but you have to use some sort of gentle strong pull on the ear pads (not the soft parts) around on the frame and pull them out! one on each side!

just a question though! are you happy with them? i kind of hate the fact that there is there is some kind of a sound when in silent (as if you are operating an old tape type player when there is no recording to play!!!)

thanks anyway

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Anonymous

05/31/2012 04:09

Thanks a lot. I had a some exact problem. The manual made it look like you were suppose to just rip the soft part only. I thought i had faulty product because of that.

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Anonymous

08/09/2012 01:16

Ha, I also had the exact same problem! Ripped the soft part off, but was then left scratching my head; thanks for the answer!

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Anonymous

11/28/2012 09:36

Thanks a lot.
Shynil

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Anonymous

01/09/2013 04:14

I literally hate these earphones... battery seems to die quick, doesn't even fit in dock properly... bleak

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Anonymous

01/20/2013 07:13

I think the major problem of these headphones is the continuous noise in the background, and the docking station that does not fit well and needs gentle touch to recharge.
The headphone size is big and is not adjustable if you have a medium or small head size. Sound volume is a bit low, but you can use the headphones from quite a long distance.

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