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Headphone model is very intresting. Whos want to have some diferent type with style and wearing.
When you put on correctly its very easy and comfortably.
But as always Koss build quality is very cheap.
Plastic construction, poor wire... Its terible...
Sound - goes like from cellar. Very squeak.
Not nice. Nothing impresive.
Sound stile its bad like in 90's.
Nothing clear or even not modern.
Its not real two drivers - its goes with cheap speakers.
After that i be disappointed of Massdrop quality control. And I do not know or i want buy somthing on massdrop.
Sad, because i fell that me deceived.
I can't comment om these as I have been always curious but not at any price close to that.....
Now OTOH, the Koss portapro have in business for over 30 years, and they are still hard to beat at that price...Cheap construction? I do not think so, on top you get a lifetime warranty....who offers that nowadays???....The portapros are my basic portable headphones, and they sound very very good....maybe the only worth on the whole Koss line? God knows...But do not generalize, not all Koss are cheap built...and not all sound bad...
Alberto here's your opinion.
Our opinion about the quality are different.
I do not see where anybody said "in his/her opinion"...they are stating this as a fact...and generalizing...and Koss has very solid headphones....maybe this one is a piece of garbage, but not all Koss products are the same...and I have seen a lot worse for three and four times as much. I just got a pair of Ety's ER3SE, and honestly the only reason I'm not returning them is because the price I paid for them, in any sale I will recover that cost, or more, but other than that, they left a lot to be desired, I can't think of a single armature driven IEM that I have heard, including multi thousand dollar ones, that had sounded good to me, all have the same problem, roll off of the highs very quick IMO, this Koss at least has dynamic drivers which tend to sound a lot better than the so acclaimed armatures...