Radio station reference headphones; diffuse-field equalized; designed strictly to IRT (German Institute for Radio Technology) standards; single cable for ease of use; semi-open, circumaural design. Used as reference headphones by many radio stations worldwide, this model has been in the AKG catalog unchanged for ten years and has become a classic by now. With their flat frequency response, these headphones provide an uncolored sound. The diffuse-field equalized K240 DF meets not only the stringent criteria of the IRT standard but those of professional sound engineers as well. Created to fulfill the international IRT specification, the K240 DF establishes a uniform quality standard free from environmental variables. In fixed apposition to the ears, the sound output quality is unchanging and reliable as opposed to loudspeaker monitors, sound from which is markedly influenced and colored by variations in control room architecture and furnishings.
Yeah these dt770 250ohms are way more boosted on the low end then id hoped. Still burning em in though..hoping the mids/highs open up some to compensate some...doubt it though. Thoughts on the discontinued AKG K240DFs??
...I think there are some comments here that could be misleading if not properly framed. Firstly the DF moniker on the K240DF is for Diffused Field and was an eq'ing and presentation standard put forth to which several manufacturers tried to comply. The intent was to create h/p that presented a sound stage simulating mixing...
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