AKG N60NC Wireless review

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There’s a lot been said about silence. The Chinese philosopher Laozi said “silence is a source of great strength”, while Confucius believed it was a “friend that never betrays”.

At What Hi-Fi? we take a more practical view: it’s a great feature to have in a pair of headphones, especially when you’re in a busy office or on a noisy plane.

AKG’s N60NC Wireless are designed for just that. They are more compact, more convenient and cheaper than the excellent Sony MDR-1000X, but that doesn’t mean they’re lacking in quality. For their price, these are a superb pair of cans.

Design

As the ‘Wireless’ part of the name suggests, the main difference between these headphones and the wired N60NCs is aptX Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity.

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