AKG K371 Headphones
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  • Great for walking around
  • Comfortable
  • Good sound quality for the price
  • Bass boost is not too strong
  • Not good for professional work

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Not a professional headphone
These are bass canons not fit for studio use. The build is poor. VERY inconsistent and spotty. Not for audiophiles or audio engineers. This is more of a "beats by akg" headphone and it's really disappointing considering how good the old K553 pro was.
2/5
Amazon Customer
3 years ago
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Nothing I expected from YouTube reviews
Judging by the majority of audiophile reviews of these on YouTube, these are well tuned, reasonably "detailed" with very average for the price "technicalities", mediocre build pair of headphones. I disagree. First, materials are awesome - great plastics, great headband, very hygienic, 7/10 comfortab...
5/5
Basilisk
2 months ago
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Initial muddy sound. Break in period. Not for audiophiles. But still good headphones.
One sentence review: Give them a chance to break in. These are my favorite "walking around" headphones. They're comfortable (still a bit sweaty in hot weather), and durable. Sound is pretty good (still not as good at my AKG k702's, but I can't walk around with the K702's, as they're open back.) Woul...
4/5
V. Westerband
3 years ago
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Are these actually AKG headphones?
AKG: I love your products, but maybe you can stop requesting the deletion of people's unfavorable reviews and...and I don't know...maybe read some of them and learn from the mistakes of the K361/371? Maybe release a better replacement product? Like the K362 We're Sorry Those Last Ones Really Sucked ...
2/5
tp
2 years ago
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Absolutely one of the best pair of headphones I've ever owned. Unfortunately my pair broke.
I bought the k361-bt versions, and I will stand by these headphones having an incredibly good sound. While they don't come with ANC and have a proprietary cable, the benefits of the sound alone are worth the money. Unfortunately, after about 2 months of use, the right ear cup suddenly gave out. I ha...
4/5
Amazon Customer
2 months ago
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Great closed back headphones for natural sound and fun listening.
I didn't buy these for professional work but I wanted budget friendly headphones that presented the detail of my music and were fun to listen to. I bought the following headphones and compared them to the K371. AGK K361 - Flatter and not as fun to listen to Phillips SHP9500 - Grainy and flat with fo...
5/5
RT
3 years ago
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Great sound quality!
I was never a fan of headphones until I bought this one. Because I needed to meditate using binaural beat audio files, I bought another so called "professional" headphone 3 years ago for $50. Although its bass is good enough for the low frequency in my audio files, I was never satisfied with its oth...
5/5
Southern reviewer
3 months ago
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If you have the wrong head shape, these will not work for you
If AKG gave just a few more degrees of tilt freedom to these headphones, I'd give them 5 stars easily, but sadly they didn't. If I put these on like any other pair of headphones, there's a gap at the bottom of the earcups that leaks sound, and with it, most of the lower frequencies and a lot of the ...
3/5
Nathan
2 years ago
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for serious listeners only
i must say it didn’t disappoint me. the mid and high are very good, perfect imaging and soundstage and very tight bass. the test comprises: media player: oppo uhd 205 with sandisk 2tb SSD audio type: pcm wave 24 bit 192 khz albums listened norah jones - come away with me diana krall - the girl in th...
5/5
Lionel
3 years ago
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Specs

Brand

AKG Pro Audio

Model Name

K371

Form Factor

Over Ear

Connectivity Technology

Wired