The HV/1A had a high velocity element that reproduced all ten audible octaves. It was introduced...

Koss High Velocity HV/1A

Rating:
5/5,
  • The HV/1A had a high velocity element that reproduced all ten audible octaves. It was introduced in 1974 and discontinued in 1986. It was an open-back headphone in a time when those were rare.

Recent Reviews

  1. Flyingdream
    Great old quality
    Written by Flyingdream
    Published Dec 7, 2011
    5.0/5,
    Pros - The sound-Excellent and fair priced.
    Cons - Not rock solid if dropped etc. The foam pads rotted away.
    I have always considered my best set of headphones. My brother talked me into buying a pair of Senheisers in the early 80's and I prefer a phone that covers the ear. The Sens..had good highs but the bass is killer on my Koss phones and that is half the music in my opinion.
    All I need if a pair of replacement foam pads and I'm good to go. I would appreciate any help in finding pads for these.[​IMG]
    Don
    1. Xena
      Xena, Apr 14, 2012

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