Massdrop x Koss Porta Pro X Headphones
Massdrop x Koss Porta Pro X Headphones
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In the 1950s, when rock ‘n’ roll was sweeping the nation but headphones were still largely reserved for communication purposes, Koss came along and changed everything by making the first stereo headphones designed specifically for personal music consumption. Since then, the company has continued to bring listeners closer to the music they love, and among their most popular releases was 1984’s Porta Pro Read More

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May 4, 2020
UPDATE FOR 2020 PURCHASERS Hi, We have an update on your Porta Pro X Headphones. We’re excited to get these out to you soon but, unfortunately, we’re tracking behind our original estimated ship date of and now expect to begin shipping in early June.  We apologize for the delay. If you’d prefer not to wait the additional time, you can cancel your order on your transactions page: If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out. We look forward to you receiving and enjoying your headphones soon.
Jun 4, 2020
Looks like there is more to available to purchase (as of 4th June 9:30am EDT).
Jun 4, 2020
thank you!!! I just placed my order.
Sep 15, 2020
Dear friends, DHL indicated that they delivered the phone when they actually did deliver anything. It is easy to prove this nondelivery in my case as we have 24 guard in my office building and no one delivered anything. Do you have any experience how act in this situation. It happens first time and I have no experience. I wrote DROP and DHL but just got an standard write off.
Oct 3, 2020
write to your bank and tell them to cancel the transaction hope it works for you
Sep 7, 2020
Aron if u are reading this, I somehow got your package along with mine because of a customs error. I’ve already contacted support about the extra set so hopefully u are understanding of the situation sorry dude!
Sep 4, 2020
Haven't received the package yet, but I have to say for a $38 headphone + $5 shipping fee to Italy it's good price, even with €7 import tax, then the FEDEX charges €13.5 for customs clearance, I mean what the fxxx? I don't care about how fast the cheap headphone you can ship from usa to Italy, at least you should let us have a choice to select ordinary post method, in that way I can wait bit longer but much less fee to pay when receiving the package. €13.5 equals to $16 fee for a $38 price tag headphone is )!(*)#(*&$%(_)*@&()_*&AS!
Sep 4, 2020
I ordered these back in July, got them two days ago. One fall off my desk later and it's already broke. I'm so bummed since they sounded so great and fit so perfectly. Anyone know if this is backed by the lifetime warranty?

Sep 21, 2020
No, after the fall, the plastic bit holding in the ball joint completely snapped off and flew off somewhere in my room. I decided the plastic bit was too small for me to reliably fix myself, so I just sent it in.
Sep 2, 2020
hello, I am going to get one of this, but I want to know is there any different between porta pro x and the porta pro?
Sep 15, 2020
Could be wrong, aside from color scheme, I think the pro x simply has the microphone added.
Aug 6, 2020
So disappointed by Koss. First who wants wired headphones today! And even their bluetooth version has wire! Frustrated cause I would love this style of headphones (light on ear) for walking around but can't find any. Koss Porta Pro are pretty close but wires are ruining it.
Aug 19, 2020
I totally agree. I wish they came out with a detachable pair at least. On that point, honestly, when the wires eventually do break, you can look into soldering a pair of MMCX female connectors to Porta Pros (many resources online on how to do this), thereby turning them into a worry-free detachable cable pair of headphones. All you'd need to buy are cheap MMCX cables to connect to them, typically sold as replacements for MMCX compatible IEMs on Amazon. Attaching an image of my recently revived Porta Pros (from mid 2000s) which I decided to skill-up my repairman game for, instead of buying a new pair. A pair of female MMCX connectors can cost under $5 on Amazon, plus whatever you spend on the detachable cable, a bit of solder and minor hit to the electricity bill, and you'll probably spend no more than $15 on the repair (unless your time is more valuable to you). I did this under 2 hours, first time try, but do have some prior soldering experience from decades ago. Other than this DIY approach, sadly we're stuck with Koss warranty replacing these, but shipping is always the issue, especially for internationals. :(

Aug 1, 2020
Not much other info regarding Drop’s durability improvements. I’ve had Porta Pros since the early ‘90’s, and the one common place of failure has ALWAYS been where the connector wire exits the headphones. Does anyone have any further details about this critical area/issue?
Jul 16, 2020
I have a standard pair of these for running. Love 'em apart from my wavy locks gets trapped in them. I prefer them to in-ears. Not quite so clinical as some I've owned and feel very secure for exercise. What's the difference to the standard version other than colour? Does the sound differ?
Jul 18, 2020
The Massdrop edition has a built-in mic. Other than that, I don't believe there's any difference.
Aug 19, 2020
Thanks for the info.
Jun 11, 2020
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Jun 19, 2020
Those don't have the microphone. Not sure a mic is worth the extra $9 bucks but just FYI - its not an apples to apples comparison.
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