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post #16 of 22
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Originally Posted by 450 View Post
I had a thought.

What if you inserted a note asking to get the ksc35 replaced with the sportapro? I mean they are the same price.
Koss did not return the broken 35s - just the new 75s. Good point on the sportapros, but I've never heard them. The 75's sound close enough to the 35s to me. In a perfect situation, I would have got my repaired 35s back but for what I use them for, the 75s are just fine.
post #17 of 22
ksc75 are way good for its price, imho!
post #18 of 22
KSC35 vs. grado SR-60????
post #19 of 22
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Originally Posted by Lowfront View Post
KSC35 vs. grado SR-60????
Strictly on SQ, I'd say SR60.
post #20 of 22
Not to beat on OP but if you had to ask about the KSC-75s we all know you didn't use the search feature.
post #21 of 22
Where are you Canadians getting your Koss KSC75's?

Ever since RadioShack closed down, I've been having a hard time tracking these locally (in Toronto).
post #22 of 22
The KSC75 are constantly discussed in this forum as arguably the best value for money headphone on the market. I managed to track down a set on ebay, including postage, for about AU$35 Australia (US$27.72), and I'm very happy with the SQ. But in Australia these retail for AU$70 (US$55.44)!!!

They are available from Amazon UK for £9.68 (US$19.01) and from Amazon in the US for $16.54.

I do a bit of international travel with work, but I am yet to see the KSC75 in an airport store - bummer.

I'm really happy with my set for AU$35. At US$20 these truly are a bargain.
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