Trimming the price but not the quality from their KNS series of headsets
Subject: General Tech | May 25, 2012 - 02:29 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: audio, headset, gaming headset, KRK Systems, KNS 6400
If you are looking for a decent pair of circumaural headphones that simply offer great performance and do not delve into simulating 5.1 or 7.1 sound and have a budget of around $100 then check out KRK Systems' KNS 6400. One of the best features of both this headset and its more expensive brother are the cords, which are not integral but can be replaced if they become damaged or if KRK Systems follows TechPowerUp's suggestion of selling custom cables for those with specific needs. The audio quality is not top notch when compared to more expensive headphones but for $100 KRK Systems seems to have done very well.
"KRK Systems is well on their way to becoming a big name in the headphone business. Today we will be taking a look at yet another interesting set of closed back headphones, namely the KNS 6400s which feature the same mechanical design as the KNS 8400."
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