Additional InformationInspired by the Grammy Award winning producer Quincy Jones, comes the AKG N90Q, a state of the art, flagship level headphone that represents the pinnacle in acoustic performance and audio customization. Utilizing TruNote auto calibration and active noise cancelling technologies, along with dual foam cushions and ear cup mounted controls, the N90 allows users to enjoy high end, faithful and precise sound reproduction with adjustable sound stage effect and personalized tone control. Premium materials like leather and aluminum, five patented technologies and full HD audio work to create an unrivaled audio experience that has been inspired by Quincy himself.
Inspired and designed by Grammy Award winning producer Quincy Jones, the AKG N90Q is a state of the art, flagship level headphone that represents the ultimate in acoustic performance and audio customization. Utilizing TruNote and featuring the ultimate Active Noise Cancelling technology, users will enjoy high end, faithful and precise sound reproduction. The sound stage and tone control are both easily adjustable from the ear cup, allowing the listener to personalize the sound signature to his personal taste and to the music genre he is listening to.
At a Glance:
Tone Control: Full control of adjustment sound signature.
Stage Control: Three spatial listening modes
Patented ergonomic design
USB and HD audio
What's in the box:
1 pair of AKG N90NCheadphones
3m straight cable
1.2m 3-button remote/microphoneMFI audio cable
1.2m 3-button remote/microphoneAndroid/Windows audio cable
- TruNote technology
- Together with dual foam cushions and ear cup mounted controls for auto-calibration, TruNote allows precision sound reproduction.
- Tone Control: Full control of adjustment sound signature.
- It allows bass and treble adjustments without any sound distortion, for true personalized sound - developed with inputs from Grammy winner Quincy Jones.
- Stage Control: Three spatial listening modes
- Audio customization options that include “Standard”, “2.1 Studio” and “5.1 Surround Sound”
- Patented ergonomic design
- Dual density ear cushions aid in significantly reducing the reflections inside the acoustic chamber while dual rotary controls on ear cup enable easy access to volume control, bass and treble levels and sound imaging.
- USB and HD audio
- USB connection provides full HD audio playback, software updates and rapid charging.
- Built-in DAC
- The built-in DAC enables hi-res digital audio tracks on a PC or an Android device to be directly connected through the micro-USB port of the headphone, so that no digital/analog/digital conversion is needed, which means no quality loss.
Manuals & Downloads:
- Max Input Power
- Cable Length
- 3m and 1.2m detachable cables included
- Frequency Response
- 110dB SPL @ 1kHz/100mV
N90Q is rated out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by kl93101 from great sound great sound and feel. best i ever tried. mode select is a little confusing not know what mode you are in
Date published: 2016-04-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by VuTangClan from Good but can be better. Waited almost a year to get my hands on these. The sound coming from these are crystal clear. I can even discern what people is saying in the background from the music. NC is better than the JBL Elite 700. The ear cups seals out most of the sound from leaching out. Less pressure on the head compared to the JBL Elite 700. DSP and EQ is too minute that it feels like nothing really changed on the music. It falls short compared to the AKG K3003i in sound envelopment.
Date published: 2016-04-14
Can I do non-activate NC?
You can activate/de-activate the Noise Cancellation feature by sliding the power button up/down respectively.
Date published: 2016-05-17
How do we know when the headphones are fully charged?
As the N90Q is charging, you will see a red constant light. When it is fully charged, the red light will shut off completely.
Date published: 2016-04-21
does usb connection (usb-dac) work with computers running linux-os?
Unfortunately, the N90Q was not designed to work with Linux – os.
Date published: 2016-03-25