AKG Acoustics K28NC Noise Canceling Headphones


Noise causes stress. Thundering jet engines, the rattling of railroad coaches, engine noise on a bus, the voices of fellow travelers: when on a trip, it is not easy to relax by listening to music. Too much ambient noise gets in the way. K 28 NC from AKG with Active Noise Reduction circuitry let you enjoy music on every trip without being disturbed by ambient noise.Put Active Noise Reduction in your pocket: the entire featherweight system comprising the high quality folding mini headphones, noise reduction filter with clip, airplane and stereo adapters is contained in a small, light carrying bag and allows relaxed listening at normal volume levels even in extremely noisy environments, and provides excellent sound quality.

  • Excellent Sound
  • Active Noise Reduction
  • Belt clip for convenient storage
  • Airplane and stereo adapter included

User Reviews (1)

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coopmv   Audio Enthusiast [Apr 09, 2006]

Portability and good sound for its size


Product was made in China, not in Austria as my original AKG 240. As such, long-term reliability is unknown. Based on words from friends and relatives, many Chinese-made audio electronics have reliability problems over longer-term.

The AKG K28 NC does everything it is supposed to do. Its sound is quite good and the noise cancellation very effective. Clearly, it cannot be compared with my Sennheiser HD600 or even the original AKG 240 due to its price. According to reviews on CNET, it is actually the second best-rated noise cancellation headphone, right after Bose QuietComfort 2, which costs more than twice as much. By the way, the MSRP listed here is incorrect.

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Similar Products Used: This is my first pair of noise-cancellation headphone.
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