Reference class 3-way earphones with integrated microphone and remote.

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Reference class 3-way earphones delivering AKG reference sound

The wait is over. Introducing the first reference sound in-ear headphones from AKG. The K 3003s have three sound tuning filters to give today’s audio connoisseur complete control. With their reference sound and true 3-way design, these high-end headphones will have you experiencing your music in luxurious style.

Item# K3003I

General Specifications

Speaker Nominal Impedance 8 ohms
Speaker Frequency Response 10 Hz to 30 kHz

Audio Specifications

Speaker Nominal Impedance 8 ohms
Speaker Sensitivity 125 dB SPL/V
Speaker Frequency Response 10 Hz to 30 kHz


Speaker Weight (kg) 10 g

Control and Connection Specifications

Connections 3.5mm mini jack adapter
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  • 1 Pair AKG K 3003i ALUMINIUM
  • Genuine leather travel case
  • Latex free ear-sleeves in 3 sizes
  • Flight adapter
  • Sound tuning filters
  • Audio adapter cable

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K3003i is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love them I bought these a month ago and had to sell my Honda Civic but it was so worth it! I just listen to sounds of civics reving on YouTube and it sounds even better than real life!! My wife was mad at me because it was our only car but who cares for headphones like these! 10/10 would buy again.
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soundstage and Detail Excellency Hi, I bought this a month ago, and it truly impress me in sound stage and detail resolution, along with smooth punchy non-bloated bass, it has silky smooth high, airy, best female vocal reproduction. I am happy with it. - Great job, AKG.
Date published: 2016-12-29
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Does this have active noise cancellation technology built in? I ride a Harley with a very loud exhaust, at 85 mph (yes legal), I cannot hear the wind noise (110db) over my exhaust. Will this significantly reduce the wind and pipe noise?

Asked by: NatalieEGH
It may be legal but it's incredibly risky for you as well as any passenger and anyone else on the road.   
Answered by: Michael
Date published: 2017-04-13

how can i know whether I bought a correct one?I think the one I got is not a original one. the seller told me this is the manufacturer refurbished. can i check it with the product NO tag andin the box?

Asked by: shakaliu
This can be validated by our Customer Support Team, please submit an inquiry at jbl.com/contactus
Answered by: Ren at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-04-03

The right channel has gone dead. I think this is because the cable was pulled loose. Is there any way to have this repaired or replaced?

Asked by: shorton99
They have not answered you because the answer, extraordinarily is NO!
Answered by: Jake
Date published: 2017-04-03

Can the AKG 3003i headphones be used with a DAC/Amp, like the Chord Mojo or the DragonFly Red?

Asked by: Adrian
The K3003is are quite standard when it comes to connection and signal input. These new d/a converters with headphone amplifiers are usually equipped with one or two 3.5mm headphone sockets, and are meant to do this exact task, but with higher audio quality than a normal smartphone or hifi amplifier. So yes, the K3003i will work perfectly without any issue. Only exception is that if the DAC/Amp features balanced outputs only, for the real connoisseurs, it will not be able to accommodate a normal 3.5mm jack headphone.
Answered by: Joe G at Customer Service
Date published: 2017-04-03

Hi, how many hours are required for the earphones to burn in correctly?

Asked by: Mohil

Are these now being made from aluminium instead of stainless steel? Or is it just the color is listed as aluminium?

Asked by: Drayden
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