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Koss KSC35 Bluetooth Headphones

Koss KSC35 Bluetooth Headphones

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Koss turned the headphone world on its ears with the KC35: a pair of headphones that use earclips instead of a headband to ensure a snug fit and excellent portability. Taking these advantages even further, Koss has unveiled the KSC35, which adds Bluetooth 4.2 and a 6-hour battery life to its list of travel-ready features Read More

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EdTheNerd
182
Jul 20, 2020
These don't ship from drop for another month while being a whole $5 less than on Amazon where they will be in-hand in a few days. Yet another item I find on drop, and can't justify not buying elsewhere.
derzulya
117
Jul 18, 2020
It seems like it's SBC only and considering that it comes with Bluetooth 4.2, I'd like to know how is the latency by video streaming services.
Asatiir
97
Jul 25, 2020
It lags poorly, and yes it's SBC.
derzulya
117
Jul 25, 2020
Well it's a bummer. I got the wired version and like it really but gonna skip this one.
projectssj
37
Jul 18, 2020
I REALLY wanted these for running. They sound great. The price is right... But that remote that dangles against your neck while you're moving around I just cannot handle. If they would design the remote in such a way that is much less intrusive and bulky then I wouldn't hesitate to buy it.
nathanjr
53
Jul 16, 2020
I picked these up when they first came out a few months ago and they have that great Koss sound. Zero insulation and zero isolation (for those who never have had Porta Pros or the KCS75's), but sugar sweet bass. The chunky battery and receiver is a little awkward. It houses the mic too so I understand why they don't have it in the middle of the wires, but if you're wearing a collared shirt it snags on or gets buried. I wound up getting some true wireless earbuds from ADV. Sound (the excellent M5TWS) and I just use these for exercise so I can hear what's going on around me. 75 minutes is about as long as I can stand the clips so it works out.
Stumpy
191
Jul 15, 2020
These have become my most used headphone. Though I did do the headband mod and added thicker Yaxi earpads to make them a bit more comfortable.
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Alan.R
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Jul 15, 2020
Can these snap into a PortaPro headset ?
KAB1
1
Jul 15, 2020
I don't own these but I'm willing to bet they do. The driver appears to be identical to the ones on the Porta Pro's. I actually took the ear clips from a set of KSC 75's, removed the headband from some Porta Pros and snapped on the ear clips. ( I prefer the warmer sound of the Porta Pro driver and the ear clips of the KSC 75's.) Btw, Koss makes bluetooth Porta Pros also.
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Stumpy
191
Jul 16, 2020
100% Yes.
Asatiir
97
Jul 15, 2020
I had them for a while, I wish I could recommend these but can't.
  • noticeable latency in the audio, I assume it's because it doesn't support AptX or LDAC but I have SBC based devices with better response than this.
  • The ear clips aren't the same as the ones on the KSC75s, these are flat, sharp and made of plastic. They aren't adjustable or comfortable.
  • Micro usb, but I'm not blaming them on this one, it is a pretty old model of headphones.
I really wished these were KSC75s you can listen to wirelessly, but they are not as good in so many ways and just feel like an afterthought..
otaking241
39
Jul 15, 2020
How’s the battery life? Looking to replace a cheapo pair in similar style that I put in my ski helmet. Audio quality isn’t such a concern but the battery craps our after about 4 hours so only about half a day on the slopes...
Asatiir
97
Jul 15, 2020
In my testing around the same battery life, roughly 4-5 hours
waterlily3945
11
Jul 15, 2020
Does anyone know if it’s usb c or micro usb charging?
Asatiir
97
Jul 15, 2020
Micro usb.
Kumonomukou
39
Jul 15, 2020
Should've made them fully TWS. Forget about all the touch control and other features. Simply put cheap Bluetooth modules and batteries on the outershell, and called it a day! Keep the cost down, and It will be a lot more popular among consumers.
shorkorde
126
Jul 15, 2020
While I'm with you on that one, I'd love to see a pair of TWS KSC75s with low latency support. A TWS like that with (potential) modding support could very well become a daily driver. Maybe do a consumer model (as I think you're spot-on and that would be more popular), but also a "Pro" with better BT codecs for those of us who need low latency and/or hi-res?
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