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Koss KTXPRO1 Titanium Portable Headphones with Volume Control

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  • Frequency response: 15-25,000 Hz
  • Titanium-coated high-polymer titanium diaphragm for accurate sound Reproduction
  • Foam ear cushions for open "hear through" sound
  • Volume control on cord for easy level adjustment
  • Straight, 4 foot, dual entry cord with 3.5 mm plug and 6.3 mm adapter
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.2 x 7.2 x 2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00007056H
  • Item model number: KTXPRO1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (862 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Product Description

Always a popular model in the Koss Stereophone lineup, Koss' KTXPRO1 Titanium Portable Headphones deliver serious sound reproduction. Enjoy your music to the fullest, whether you're at home or on-the-move.

Koss KTXPRO1
Serious sound reproduction .
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KTXPRO1

The Koss KTXPRO1 headphones provide lightweight, adjustable portability with great titanium sound. The adjustable headband on these active headphones guarantees a comfortable, secure fit as you listen at home, work or anywhere in-between. The Koss KTXPRO1’s in-line volume control allows for convenient control in the portable headphone.


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Customer Reviews

Great sound and very light and comfortable.
Robert R. Cook
Sound quality and bass levels are very good.
Allison Werner
Nice to have the volume control on the cord.
Charlie Wilson

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284 of 289 people found the following review helpful By Jay Riemenschneider on August 31, 2004
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At home I had been using the larger type headphones (Sony) that fit over the ear completely. They are heavy but I had no intention of changing. I was looking through different ones for work and had saved these in my shopping cart, but had decided on a different pair. I accidently purchased these and it wasn't worth sending them back for a refund so I kept them and now I use these instead of my Sonys. The sound is fantastic. They are much lighter and the volume control make these one of the best mistakes I've made. There are better headphones out there, but for this price, these deserve a 5 star rating.
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188 of 195 people found the following review helpful By Daisuke on December 3, 2004
Hi all, I have been a user of the Radio Shack Pro 25/35 series of headphones for years. The Pro 25s have been replaced by the Pro 35s, which have been replaced by the Pro 35As in the past couple years or so. You may ask "what relevance is that to me?"
because the Pro 35As are rebranded versions of the KOSS KTXPRO1s
(Just as the Pro25s were rebranded versions of the KTXPRO)!! They are equivalent right down to the last response spec, they even look almost identical (go look yourself!). The only real difference worth noting is the 1/8" plug on the Radio Shack verion is gold plated. Radio Shack will charge you twice the price if they are not on sale, so you can save serious dough here.

Now, down to the sound and comfort which is what (i hope) all of you want to know. Of most importance to me is sound. I tell you these deliver overall sound equivalent or better than budget Sennheisers! (i have listened to the HD-220 and HD-457, the HD-457 i use for backup and extended listening). The KOSS KTXPRO1s are far superior to every lightweight headphone i have ever listened to, better than budget headphones (under $50) of just about any kind! The only sub $50 headphones that sounded even close are the Sennheiser HD-457s and i believe the Sony Street Style MDR-G73LPs of all things. Sound is rich, clear, and true, clean highs which are not harsh at all (unless your source sucks) and bass is amazingly powerful for such lightweight things. The bass is not muddy like the HD-220s nor is it unable to handle the very low bass found in music like Dance, House, Drum & Bass, Rap and Hip Hop. It is not overly punchy either, the bass in my opinion is very balanced. Midrange is true, balanced, and clear as well.
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153 of 162 people found the following review helpful By Jason Johnston on November 19, 2002
Recently purchased an MP3 player with low output, and wanted a pair of on-- not IN-- ear 'phones. These have been a more than pleasant surprise! As a classical music listener, portable phones are plagued with shrill highs, boomy bass; these have a smooth, fairly neutral quality. The headband design is very comfortable, the volume control convenient and they are efficient enough for my MP3 player. At this price (and even if much more), a great find and great value.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By B. Roy VINE VOICE on September 18, 2006
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Update - This product ties with the "best product" I purchased in 2006. Thank you Koss for helping me hear sounds I never quite noted before.

I actually put an order for these phones as a "filler" so I wouldn't have to pay for shipping on another item I was ordering.

And the instant I put the headphones on I knew I was listening to sounds that would muddy into the background with my other headphones. It also happened that the first track that sang through these headphones was Neil Diamond's "I'm a believer" - not that I am a great Neil Diamond fan - but all those sound bits I seemed to have missed had me listen to the whole track.

In addition to headphones that come with the gizmos, my earlier pair of headphones (Sony MDR-V200) were purchased when I used to think that all things "Sony" were reasonably good. It turns out that there is no comparison between the sound of the crappy Sony's and the Koss. I thought of consigning the Sony's to the trash pile, but now I'm saving them so that the Sony believers can hear the difference for themselves when they step my way.

It seems that these headphones have a wide frequency stage with very little coloration. The sound appears very clear - compared to the muddy sound of my Sony's - which I attribute to very good transient response. Probably a stiff and light diaphragm that does not flex at high frequencies. Get these headphones - and you too will be a believer.

PS - if you have recordings that are distorted - you will hear the distortions too rather clearly. You've been warned.
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79 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Razr Maxx on March 9, 2007
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I'll admit, I haven't been into using headphones now for nearly 10 years, but with the advent of the iPod and other MP3 players, I decided that it'd probably be a good time to look for and invest in a good pair of headphones. I'll also admit that I don't yet have a portable MP3 player, but I' probably get one sooner or later. However, with that said, I do listen to MP3s that I've transferred from my purchased CDs on my PC. I have boomy 5.1 surround speaker system for the PC that literally shakes the house, so for me to listen to my tunes at adequate volume without disturbing the other occupants, I figure a good set of headphones was in order.

So what is it that I, or anyone should look for in a good set of phones? Well, clarity of sound for one. That includes several aspects. One being bass response. Most [cheap] headphones can't replicate solid deep bass. Because lets face it, good bass (in loudspeakers) require huge magnets and a large cone and lots of power. A headphone has none of that, but apparently, technology in headphones have come a long way in the past 15 years. Another aspect of clear sound is a phone's ability to replicate the high and mid-range frequencies. What good does a lot of bass do if it drowns out the rest of the frequencies? None. And of course the last thing a set of phones need to do is not crackle and distort at high volume. This is a MAJOR problem with a lot of cheap headphones. Well, even some higher priced ones I'd imagine.

Well, going back to 10 years ago, I had a pair or two of KOSS headphones that could replicate good bass, but this was way before digital music media and from old style cassette walkman-type devices, so the full range of sound fidelity was limited due to the medium used.
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