Original AKG Titanium Diaphragm Driver Units, 50mm in AKG 701 Sound Style (2pcs)

(1 customer review)


Maximum input power – 200 mW
Audio frequency bandwidth 10 – 39800 Hz
Sensitivity headphones – 105 dB SPL/V
Rated Impedance – 32 Ohms

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Features and specifications

  • 50mm Titanium Diaphragm, original AKG product
  • Sound style is very close to AKG 701
  • See the FR (Frequency Response) in open space of this driver unit

 Want to know more about the sound style? See YouTube video of AKG701


1 Pair (2 pieces) 50mm Hi-End Headphone Dynamic Drivers


The sound of this driver unit is very appealing. If you’re the kind of listener who revels in unpicking fine detail and wants to examine every note in a recording, these driver units are ideal ones for DIY. 

Class-leading clarity, but lack fluidity They’re massively detailed and render the beginning and end of notes with class-leading clarity. The units do bass too, delivering deep notes such as those from Massive Attack’s Angel, with real power and drive.

Note: the dynamic drivers have been paired to ensure sound and quality fully balanced between right and left channels. Therefore we don’t offer single unit.  

Soldering: overheated (>250 degree C) soldering iron or overtime soldering (>2s) may permanently damage the driver. Please managed down both in your DIY. 

  • Installation: the driver has Sintered NdFeB Magnetic inside with extremely strong attraction power. Damage may caused by attracting anything hitting the fragile diaphragm. 
  • Others: applying high-voltage, storing in high temperature/humidity environment… all may cause unrecoverable damage. 

Additional information

Weight 0.1 kg
Dimensions 15 × 10 × 5 cm

1 review for Original AKG Titanium Diaphragm Driver Units, 50mm in AKG 701 Sound Style (2pcs)

  1. RW (verified owner)

    Let me start with – I was skeptical at first but decided to try these guys out anyway. Best 60ish dollars (after shipping) I have ever spent on HIFI gear. I had a pair of Audio Technica ATH AD700 headphones (had good reviews on Amazon?) which never sounded good to me from the day I bought them, so I never used them. I have a soldering iron and multimeter so I decided to replace the drivers in these headphones. I measured the old drivers and they were bigger than 50 mm but I thought I could make the new ones fit. It turned into a bit of an ordeal because I had to make cardboard strips that I epoxied to the driver’s edges and there was no metal cover on the new driver’s diaphragm. I finally got it all completed and tried them out. After a few weeks of listening I can only say I am absolutely thrilled with my purchase. I have Shure SE535s but use my new DIY Audio Technica’s everyday, the sound is excellent.

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