AKG's professional headsets have become a standard for many recording and broadcasting applications. Especially sports commentators, news presenters and sound engineers prefer our headsets thanks to their excellent comfort, useful features, optimum ambient-noise attenuation and outstanding sound quality.
Derived from the proven K 271 MkII Studio headphones, the headsets come with a dynamic microphone. In addition to outstanding audio quality, the HSC and HSD Professional Headsets offer the same proven detachable cable as the Studio Series headphones. If a cable should become defective under the enormous stress of day-to-day broadcast work, it can be replaced quickly and without any tools.
The flexible microphone arm swivels through a 270-degree arc and mutes the microphone automatically as you move it up – no need to fumble for a mute button! Also, you can wear the microphone to the left or right of your mouth depending on your preferences or available space. Commentators, off-camera moderators, camera operators, or sound engineers – AKG’s professional headsets are always the perfect tools for any application in professional audio and satisfy every user’s personal preferences.
Moreover, AKG now offers new cable versions allow a wide range of applications in the studio, for camera use, news presenters and commentators, for broadcasting, podcasting, computer use, conferencing and intercom. The cable sets now show specific connector configurations for different applications.
- Derived from the proven studio headphones K 271 MkII
- Closed-back design ensures a high ambient-noise attenuation for loud enviroment
- Available with condenser or dynamic microphone, circumaural or supraaural headphones
- Flexible microphone arm for left or right-hand use
- Automatic microphone muting
- Shock mounted microphone capsules
- Detachable cable for quick replacement without any tools
- New cable sets for a wide range of applications
- Designed and engineered in Vienna, Austria
- Sports Commentators
- News Presenters
- Intercom and Camera Use