Koss' budget-friendly on-ear headphone doesn't look special, but the sound floored the Audiophiliac!
The Koss PortaPro Headphones were first released in 1984, but they still have excellent sound quality and collapse into themselves for easy transport.
Most people listen to music in their cars, portable players, or $10 computer speakers. Audiophiles are the 1 percent still listening at home over a hi-fi.
Steve Guttenberg joins us on the show with his usual list of irreverent talking points.
Twenty-eight years after their debut, the Koss Porta Pro over-ear headphones finally get a push into the 21st century with the Porta Pro KTC, a new model sporting a three-button remote control for navigating tracks on iOS and (some) Android devices.
Most audio products sound "good enough," but then there are the real stinkers. See what The Audiophile thinks is the worst-sounding product regularly used by millions of people.
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.
Digital audio editor Jasmine France answers a reader e-mail about on-ear headphones that have great durability, portability, and comfort.
CNET editor Jasmine France answers a question about scoring headphone reviews and finding a full-size set for under $100.
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