AKG N90Q Review- Your Indoor Audio Companion

If you have the cash to burn and want a good pair of headphones, then you might want to check out the AKG N90Q. To start, it has a price tag that will surely make your wallet cry. It is designed in partnership with Quincy Jones, a legendary producer. Like the Q701, the N90Q is also an open-back headphone built for studio use. These do sound fantastic, but its large architecture makes it very difficult to wear outside.

AKG N90Q Review- Your Indoor Audio Companion

The AKG N90Q is Made for Indoor Use

The AKG N90Q has the same goal as the Q701 – delivering fantastic audio performance in a studio-like environment. If you do have the money to spend on this unit, then know that it is cash well spent.

Still, you wouldn’t catch anyone wearing the headphone outside, simply because, well, it’s downright huge. But don’t take that previous statement as a shortcoming as the headset is made to be used within a studio-like environment.

Design-wise, some may not like its black and gold motif while there may be others that would practically adore its luxurious flavor. Should you be part of the crowd that does not like the black and gold version, there is a more low-key black variant with less gold.

Unsurprisingly, the build quality is excellent, which should be considering the money that you have to spend on it. The headphone is designed with comfort in mind as there are oval memory-foams in each earcup. The foams are covered in premium leather and they offer a really comfy fit with no signs of irritation. A good amount of padding can also be felt right below the headband to reduce the pressure of this oversized audio listening device.

So what does the AKG N90Q headphone sound like? In a word – fantastic. However, this is all to be expected when it comes to such an expensive device. It may even be the most comfortable pair of studio-type headphones that you will ever wear in your entire life. Couple that with an awesome audio performance and you get a device that’s worth every cent you spend on it.

Tracks are oozing with detail while bass is well-balanced and not overbearing. It has TrueNote technology which claims that it calibrates tracks to create the best listening experiences. While it does sound gimmicky, it works like a charm.

While you might not be caught dead wearing the AKG N90Q outside your home or outside a studio, the pricey headphone sounds extremely fantastic and brings utmost comfort while listening to your favorite tracks.

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