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AKG Y50 prices in Philippines

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Lowest Price: ₱ 4,990.00
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-30
Glossy, metal build, Comfortable cups, Good sound performance especially with lows, Collapsible design, Comes with a soft travel pouchHeadband not that comfortable, Wobbly, Large and hefty
Last month, we provided you a quick review of the AKG Y40 Headphones, now its time to take a look at its bigger brother, the AKG Y50.Like the Y40 that we had last time, the Y50 also comes in Taxi Yellow. It is bigger than the Y40 which is evident in the s...
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fhm.com.ph
Reviewed on 2014-12-20
Sure, your basic earphones will win the portability battle for squeezing into your front maong pockets in a zip. But the loud and bright, almost taxi-cab colored AKG Y50 doesn't look like it was built to hide in your pants in the first place.Look:Those bi...
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ilounge.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-07
In the past few years, headphones have often become as much about self-expression as they are about music. Brightly colored headphones are everywhere, emblazoned with large logos that are probably just as much about attracting attention to the manufacture...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2015-01-30
Bold look, Fun sound, Good isolationBoosted bass could be subtler
What are the AKG Y50? The AKG Y50 are low-cost portable headphones, offering a cheaper alternative to the Beats Solo 2 . They're on-ear, bold in design and have a slightly bassy sound that puts that extra bit of energy into your music. However, in usual A...
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pocket-lint.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-29
Exceptional build quality and audio output on a budget, stacks of bass, super comfortableOverprominent logo design, would like more midlevel pop
Every manufacturer seems to be after a slice of the headphones market and AKG's approach with the Y50 on-ears is very savvy indeed. When we started testing the AKG Y50 headphones we assumed they were in the £150 price category based on their finish alone...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-10-09
Powerful audio performance with intense, deep bass response and well-defined, crisp high-mids and highs. Inline remote control and microphone on a detachable cable.Large logo on earcups not for everyone. Not for purists seeking flat response-style headphones
If you're looking for deep bass in your headphones, you have no shortage of options in the current market, so it's worth doing a little research before you immediately settle on a pair from Beats. There are pairs, like the AKG Y50, that deliver some serio...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-29
The AKG Y50 headphones are loud. Not just in their sound quality, but in their bright and bold appearance. Ours arrived with bright taxicab yellow ear cups with slick black highlights, and they look like they can easily go toetotoe with Dr Dre's Beats in...For £80, there's not a lot to dislike about the AKG Y50s. They sound brilliant, they look topnotch (even if the bright yellow isn't for everyone), and they won't break the bank either. Our only nitpick is that we wish the stainlesssteel headband had more...
When you think of fashion headphones, you're likely to think straight away to Dr Dre's mammoth Beats empire - but a pair of those cans come at a hefty price. The Austrian audio boffins at AKG have been hard at work on their latest headphones, and the Y50 ...
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whathifi.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-14
Rhythmic, clear and detailed, Time well, Dynamic and punchy, Wellbuilt, PortableSource's might need to be turned up, Ears get warm after a while
It only takes a passing glance to see these are AKG's handiwork. The ‘AKG' lettering boldly brandished across the Y50s' colourful red, yellow, teal or (less colourful) black ear cups is certainly a talking point of these on-ears – a top-end model in AKG'...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-22
Comfortable, Bright style, Good priceNot portable, Lacking in headband padding, Some sound leakage
Before you even open the box, the bright, taxi cab yellow paint and large "AKG" logo send a strong message to anyone around you: these are loud in more ways than one. You won't need to check your credit score to buy these either. At $135.94 (£79, AU$144),...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2014-07-22
Comfortable, Bright style, Good priceNot portable, Lacking in headband padding, Some sound leakage
Before you even open the box, the bright, taxi cab yellow paint and large "AKG" logo send a strong message to anyone around you: these are loud in more ways than one. You won't need to check your credit score to buy these either. At $135.94 (£79, AU$144),...
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Ports & interfaces

Connectivity technology

Wired

Device interface

3.5 mm (1/8")

Cable length

1.2 m

Connector contacts plating

Gold

Weight & dimensions

Weight

190 g

Headphones

Ear coupling

Circumaural

Wearing style

Head-band

Maximum input power

100 mW

Headphone frequency

16 - 24000 Hz

Headphone sensitivity

115 dB

Impedance

32 Ω

Acoustic system

Closed

Design

Colour of product

Black