Headphones are available in a zillion styles, sizes, and price ranges. But we've cut through the clu
While we can't see many DJs using them, the Koss PRO DJ100s are a decent set of headphones that will expose the detail in your music.
For 25 bucks, the Koss KEB24 earbuds offer reasonable style, comfort, and sound quality. But these aren't the best headphones for every genre of music.
The Koss Tugo offers an all-in-one MP3 player/headphone solution for users who want to cut the cord without sacrificing sound quality.
Koss hit a home run with the PortaPros. Love or hate the design, there's no denying the sound quality here: they're the ideal companion for mobile audiophiles and home theater enthusiasts.
Designed to enhance DVD, music, and game sound, the Koss SSR1 portable surround-sound simulator for headphones falls short of the mark.
Koss's The Plug earbuds have a firm-fitting, earplug-like design, but they sometimes feel a little too invasive.
There are better earbud options in the $100 price range, but the Koss KEB/79 offers a couple of interesting features that may appeal to some users. Plus, they offer good sound--if you can get a proper fit.
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Introduced in 1970, this $99 headphone is one of the most ruggedly built headphones you can buy.
The sound quality of these bargain-priced, solidly built phones didn't grab us.
Koss' budget-friendly on-ear headphone doesn't look special, but the sound floored the Audiophiliac!