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Koss Titanium Portable Headphone

alaTest has collected and analyzed 49 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the build quality and comfort. The value for money and portability also get good feedback, whereas some have doubts about the size and reliability.

sound, portability, value for money, comfort, build quality

reliability, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Headphones the Koss Titanium Portable Headphone is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 74/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

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Since they were PRO25's.....

 

I've used these headphones since they were PRO25's and had the RS label. I've used them since I first got into recording back in 1993 or so and I've used them on EVERY project I've done. I've actually mixed projects in them (as I'm doing right now). I...

Comfortable, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound

Flimsy Construction

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Blows you away!

 

Online page shows pro35t but when i ordered it i got pro35a. Hope both are same! But i won't mind as I bought it at an unbelievable price! I also own Sennheiser HD 280pro, but I tell you this is in no way comparable to HD pro (i find the bass kindof...

Comfortable, Compact, Lightweight, Rich Sound

Flimsy Construction, Too Much Ambient Noise

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Great performance for this price

 

I bought this during the 36 hour sale for [$] total. It is head-and-shoulders above anything in the [$] price range. I had another pair of headphones (retail price [$] - sale price [$]) but they are in no way similar to this headphone. The bass on this...

Compact, Good Bass, Lightweight, Rich Sound

Cord too short

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Bait and switch

 

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Lightweight with KILLER SOUND!

 

I bought these about a year ago (under the Radio Shack name), and I have been impressed since then. I bought them for music listening, but I am now using them mainly for watching movies with Dolby Headphone technology through my home theather system....

Comfortable, Durable, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Rich Sound

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More comfortable than old model

 

These are lighter and more comfortable than the RS labelled version -- imo. I prefer that the bass isn't too strong anymore and is just right. The only headphones that compete with this are my Sennheiser HD 595's which are much more expensive. These...

Comfortable, Durable, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Rich Sound

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Best Headphones I've ever had

 

I got these phones based on price and specs. It was the best buy I have ever made on headphones.

Comfortable, Rich Sound

Flimsy Construction, Terrible Volume Control

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These are the only headphones I buy.

 

I keep 2 pair- 1 at work, and 1 in my gym bag. I've used nothing but this model headphone for almost 10 years, before the Koss name brand was put on them (R.Shack was the previous stamp.) There's no comparison in this price category for sound range,...

Comfortable, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Rich Sound

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A

 

I first started seeing the PRO-35 series of headphones in 1990 and bought my very first pair in 1991. They have pretty much stayed the same until 2002, when they were redesigned. I use these mainly for my shirtpocket radio and portable CD players....

Comfortable, Durable, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Rich Sound

Flimsy Construction

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Worth Every Cent!

 

If you like sound that is crisp as well as tactile, this average size pair of headphones knows how to put out.

ALL OF THE ABOVE, Comfortable, Durable, Highly Compatible, Lightweight, Rich Sound

NONE OF THE ABOVE

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