爱科技

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爱科技
AKG Acoustics
成立 1947年 (1947)
代表人物 Rudolf GoerikeErnst Pless
業務地區 全球
母公司 哈曼国际工业
網址 www.akg.com

爱科技(全称:AKG Acoustics)是哈曼国际工业旗下的部门,成立于1947年。

事件[编辑]

1950年,Rudolf GoerikeErnst Pless奥地利维也纳创立爱科技。

1984年,爱科技成为了上市公司,上市维也纳证券交易所。

1985年,爱科技成立美国分公司。

1994年,哈曼国际工业收购公司。

2010年,Quincy Jones正式成為合作伙伴[1][2]。其後,公司获得格莱美奖[3]

2012年,Tiësto正式成為合作伙伴[4][5]

產品[编辑]

Among its professional products especially noteworthy is the first C 12 (introduced in 1953) and its successors and alternate versions, which include the Telefunken Ela M 250 and M 251 (1960), the C 24 stereo microphone, the C 412, and over a dozen different models which have carried the designation "C 414" in various forms. Those microphones are equipped with the famous CK12 large diaphragm capsule designed by AKG´s engineer Konrad Wolf. The CK12 was a milestone in transducer technology and the first to offer constant frequency response and sensitivity for all polar patterns (omni to figure eight).

AKG microphones have been used for shooting Hans Hass's movie Adventures in the Red Sea and were installed on the MIR space station. They are also mentioned by Dan Brown in his novels The Da Vinci Code and Deception Point.[6]

Some microphone models include:

  • D12E
  • D130 - an omnidirectional microphone often used by reporters
  • D19c - dynamic cardioid mic. Often used by Norman Smith and Geoff Emerick as drum overheads on Ringo Starr's drums on Beatles recording sessions (1964-1967)[7]
  • D190
  • D222 - a dual capsule dynamic microphone used at the despatch boxes of the UK parliament
  • D220
  • D330 - a high-end dynamic vocal microphone used by ABBA.
  • D112 - a large diaphragm dynamic microphone, popular for bass drums and other bass instruments
  • C12 - a valve condenser microphone - the original version is now a collectors' item selling for around $10,000
  • C12VR - "The C12 VR is an enhanced version of the original C12, from the capsule sound to the original 6072A vacuum tube carefully handcrafted in Vienna, Austria." [8]
  • C214 - a large diaphragm condenser with single Cardioid pickup pattern
  • C414 - a large diaphragm condenser with multiple variable pickup patterns
  • C451 - a small diaphragm condenser microphone, originally made between the 1960s and 1980s, recently reissued
  • C535 - a high-quality condenser vocal microphone. AKG made a gold-plated one for Frank Sinatra.[9]
  • D409
  • D5
  • C1000 - a small diaphragm condenser
  • C2000 - a side-address, small diaphragm condenser.
  • C3000 - a large diaphragm condenser

AKG also manufactures a range of high-specification headphones.

The K50 model, introduced in 1959 were the world's first supra-aural and open-back headphones.

The K1000 was the flagship model, but is no longer being produced. It was an open back dynamic headphone.

The current flagship model for the AKG headphone line-up is the K812.

The K702 features a removable cord and is black, the K701 is white. The Q701 also has a detachable cable and comes in three color variants: white, black, and a lime green. All three models are still in production. The K701s have been largely used by professional musicians and technicians in recording studios.

Many top recording studios use AKG K240 headphones as a solution for best general use for both monitor and playback.[10] They received particular notoriety from their prominent display in Eddie Murphy's 1985 music video for "Party All the Time" (which features the K240 Monitor).

Another notable, yet short-lived model was the K280 Parabolic – a multi-driver headphone which focused compression waves to a central point in the earcup.

As well as studio headphones, AKG also manufactures a range of Hi-Fi headphones and earphones for domestic use.

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