Unveiled at this year’s Rocky Mountain Audio Festival, the Koss KPH30iW is a lightweight, portable headphone with lots of stylish, retro-inspired appeal. It’s a descendent of the popular KTXPro1 and Pro35, now equipped with modern features like an inline microphone and remote. The open-ear design delivers smooth bass, clean treble, and an exceptionally spacious sound. Plus, this headphone’s 60-ohm impedance allows it to be easily driven by most portable devices, making it ideal for on-the-go use. The headband is adjustable with patent-pending suspension for a comfortable fit, and the rugged 4-foot-long cable has spring-reinforced strain relief for durability.
Note: Due to popular demand, these headphones are only available in white.
If we were to write a history of audio companies in the US, Koss would land on the first page. Not only did the Milwaukee, Wisconsin–based company make the world’s first stereo headphone, the SP/3, in 1958, it’s also responsible for the first self-energizing electrostatic headphone, the first dynamic headphone to deliver all 10 audible octaves, and a standard-setting infrared wireless headphone. Over the years, Koss headphones have made it onto Air Force One, into the Smithsonian, and onto the heads of such music icons as Neil Diamond, Tony Bennett, and Pete Fountain. Founder John C. Koss was inducted into the Audio Hall of Fame in 1979 and the Consumer Electronics Hall of Fame in 2000.
All orders will be shipped by Drop.
Estimated ship date is July 5, 2019 PT.
After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.