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Koss KSC75 Portable Stereophone Headphones
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- Sport clip design fits neatly around each ear, with pivoting earplates for a comfy fit
- Titanium-coated drivers deliver accurate sound reproduction with little distortion
- Neodymium iron boron magnets offer deep bass performance for an extended frequency response
- Cord measures four feet long; L-shaped 3.5 mm plug
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Always a popular model in the Koss Stereophone lineup, Koss' KSC75 Titanium Headphones deliver serious sound reproduction while clipped comfortably over your ear. Enjoy your music to the fullest, whether you're at home or on-the-move.
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Sports Clip Design
A lot of people don't like the full headband on many earphones, but also can't handle earbuds. The KSC75 is a great alternative, with a "sport clip" design that fits neatly--and comfortably--around each ear. Pivoting earplates help provide a better fit than most clips. Soft foam ear cushions guarantee help ensure that you get great sound but aren't entirely disconnected from your surroundings.
The KSC75s feature dynamic elements for a wide frequency response from 15-25,000 Hz. A two-millimeter titanium diaphragm coating increases rigidity, which means less distortion and therefore more accurate sound reproduction. Neodymium magnets help deliver greater volume, even with low-voltage portable devices, and oxygen-free copper voice coils improve signal transmission and conduction for cleaner, clearer sound.
Perfect for travel, the KSC75s include a straight, dual-entry four-foot cord, and an L-shaped gold-flashed 3.5mm (1/8") plug. No need to fold them up when traveling--nothing to fold!
The KSC75s are covered by a limited lifetime warranty.
- Frequency Response: 15-25,000 Hz
- Impedance: 60 ohms
- Sensitivity: 101 dB SPL/1mW
- Distortion: Less Than 0.2%
- Cord: Straight, Dual Entry, 4ft
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Top Customer Reviews
The 75 moves a bit closer to the original 35. It is a shallower phone, although still not quite as much so as the 35. It does tend to fit snugly to the ear, which helps make the sound a bit fuller. They are nice and light and are very comfortable. The clip is a different design, it doesn't snap into place like the orignal 35 or hinge like the 50. It simply bends around the ear, leading to two problems with this design. The durability of the thin guage wire could be a problem. Secondly, the headphone cup tends to snap off of the clip when fitting the headphone to the ear. It simply snaps back into place again, but its a nuisance. Once properly placed, which takes a little practice, the sound is typical Koss KSC. The sound is pleasant and full, reasonably detailed and transparent. There is roll-off at both frequency extremes, although this can easily be corrected if your player has an equalizer.Read more ›
You can pick the looks apart or the clip mechanism if this type of headphone isn't your cup of tea--but if you're evaluating raw sound it's *amazing* how good these sound for the price. So for what these cost, stop shopping and just buy these right now.
KSC-75 is the budget headphone king.
As a consequence, I ended up doing more headphone listening at home too (apartment+subwoofer+late night=eviction), so I did some research looking for entry level performance headphones for home use. I ended up getting Alessandro Music Series One headphones (basically a Grado SR125 with mellower highs - also great headphones). The Alessandros were a revelation, as my first serious headphones. The Sony EX71 suddenly became a joke.
Well, after much research, one name kept coming up when it came to nice, cheap portable headphones: Koss. Many models were recommended: KSC35, KSC50, KSC75, PortaPro. I settled on the KSC75 as they're small clip-ons, and they were supposed to have a nice adjustable fit, in addition to fitting securely. I was skeptical though, as they were less than one third what I paid for my Sonys.
The KSC75 looks cheap. I wasn't impressed. But I have an open mind, so I gave them a listen. These suckers can rock! They deliver a really full sound, surprising for the size and price. They absolutely trounce the Apple earbuds and my old Sonys. And not by a narrow margin. The bass is impressive, and commendably tight. The midrange has real body to it. And the highs sound pleasing too. They also improve with a headphone amp, so they even have a little room to grow. I can't imagine anything under $50 sounding better. They don't really have any serious sonic faults in the $50 and under range.Read more ›
Metal mesh sink strainer
1. Cut the metal mesh off of it's rim.
2. Flatten the metal mesh.
3. Cut out two squares slightly larger than the koss headphone.
4. Take off the ear clips and the foam from the headphones.
5. Carefully remove the speaker covering from the headphones. Be super careful not to dent or poke through the very very thin speaker.
5. Use epoxy to glue the koss headphones to the centers of the metal mesh squares
6. Let glue dry.
7. While the heaphones are drying, Lets quarter mod the foam covers. Press and hold the quarter dead center on the foam. Use the knife to cut around the quarter to make the opening.
8. One glue is dry, cut off the excess metal mesh from around the headphones.
9. Carefully replace the foam, not letting it snag on the metal mesh. if you want, you can always apply more epoxy to cover the sharp edges before putting the foam back on.
After performing my own version of what is considered the kramer mod, these headphones are amazing.
Basically what I did was I took off the foam cover. I ripped out the plastic circle that covers the driver. I bought a metal sink strainer. I cut two circles of the metal mesh and glued them to the front of the headphone. Than i cut a quarter sized circle out of the middle of the foam covers before i put them back on. Please look at my picture for more understanding.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have many headphones, my most expensive pair are the fostex t50rp mk3 ($160) I like the ksc75 much more. Read morePublished 1 hour ago by Yvette
Good headphones, comfortable. Very good sound quality, especially for the price. I trust Koss for their sound quality. The drawback to this design is the earpieces. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Jo
I bought these based on other reviews to use with my Sena headset in my motorcycle helmet. I have a Bell Qualifier DLX which uses a specific speaker/microphone adapter to integrate... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Briawesomeness
I picked up these after reading about the great sound from such small and affordable headphones.
These definitely are great for the price. Read more
As reviewers have explained in detail, these headphones offer great sound for the price, arguably better than headphones many times more expensive. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Scal
Overall the sound is pretty good, though the frequency response is a bit funny. It sounds good for music, but sounds a little off when I use them for games on my computer. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mark Sokos
I want to like these but I have had two pairs now and while the sound is alright, especially for the price, both have broken or stopped working. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Stevenson