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Abans launches AKG headphone range


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Abans, the sole agent in Sri Lanka for Harman Kardon, an American company which manufactures internationally-renowned audio equipment, recently launched a wide range of AKG professional headsets. Around the world recording studios, radio and TV stations, opera houses and reputed stage productions have relied on AKG audio headsets for presentations and events that require crystal clear and high-end sound reproductions. AKG Headphones have a long history on tour and in studio with international musicians such as Frank Sinatra, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, The Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart. AKG was founded in Vienna in 1947 and soon became one of the biggest players in the world of sound. With the introduction of the AKG range, Abans has acquired an internationally-recognised brand of headphones now available at Abans’ Apple iStores at Elite Showroom in Kollupitiya, Racecourse, Liberty Arcade, Crescat, Arcade Independence Square and Kandy City Centre.

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