What makes the AKG K845BT great is the choice you have between jamming to your tunes wired or wirelessly. There is not much of a difference in terms of performance, though by plugging in the cable, you will be able to detect a crisper and clearer difference as compared to listening to your music wirelessly. In any case, the K845BT is great no matter which you choose.
Great On a Daily Basis
Due to its lightweight design, the K845BT can be folded and placed into a pouch that comes with the headphones. The only disadvantage of listening to pristinely crystal clear music is the discomfort the earcups can give after an hour or two of usage. Be that as it may, the K845BT does the job pretty darn well if comfort isn’t that big of a factor on your list.
Y U NO SKIP?!
What irritates me to no end is the mini control panel located on the right earcup as it can only play/pause your music as well as control the volume. What it cannot do is skip tracks, which for me, is a big disappointment as my playlist is specially curated so I could listen to certain songs later in life and not right now.
Points To Ponder
One Touch is All It Takes (Point 1)
If your smartphone has NFC one-touch pairing, connecting your device to the K845BT is a breeze with just a simple tap to the right earcup.
Fit for Every Head (Point 2)
What I liked about the metallic headband design is the numbered markers on both sides as you can clearly see how much of it you will have to increase to ensure a snug fit.
Byline: Teh Wi-Liam–
Dimensions (HxWxD): 200 x 195 x 80mm
Weight: 544 grams
Speaker Type: Dynamic
Drivers: 50mm Neodymium drivers
Frequency response: 20Hz – 20kHz
Connectivity: Bluetooth v4.0, NFC one-touch pairing, In-line wired pairing
Ports: microUSB port, 3.5mm audio headphone jack
1. Serenade in G Major: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525: I. Allegro – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
2. Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
3. I Hate Everything About You – Three Days Grace
4. Drop It Like Its Hot – Snoop Dogg
5. Strobe – deadmau5
V – 8
P – 9
F – 8
D – 9
U – 8
Total – 8.4
Verdict: The audio quality of these headphones surely makes up for its lacklustre take on comfort.