Koss UR-20 Home Headphones

General Information

Koss offers you its headset that features High Fidelity Stereo phones, which utilize neodymium rare earth magnets and 16-micron mylar elements for deep bass and treble clarity. Its flexible headband with a sling allows easy, single-sided listening and is set up for maximum durability. This model is perfect for deejay use.

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100+ Head-Fier
Pros: Big size fits large ears
Makes you look like an alien robot from outer space (Looks awesome)
Cons: Breaks within a day
KOSS doesn't care about their customer
Ashamed to call them a full-size DJ headphones
You can get far better sound from unbranded Chinese headphones over the eBay
First headphones I have ordered from the internet and the worst piece of crap I have bought with my hard earned money. The first day the right earpiece broke, (I am very careful with handling things), Yes came out and I used duct tape to fix it. Then after four months of use, the other one came off and less than 10 months everything went down the crap hole and then to the garbage bin. I understand that it is cheap but there is far cheaper stuff that stands the test of time and sounds better. If you're ever to buy this for your self, I say don't even buy it for an enemy. I contacted the KOSS thinking I bought a fake from AMAZON, they don't give a crap about their customers. Don't waste your money, don't even think about buying this.

I bought this for 26$ and with shipping it came close to 50$ (shipping to where i live) and it was a lot of money when turned in to my currency.


500+ Head-Fier
Pros: Great Value, Comfortable, Surprisingly Loud For The Money
Cons: Durability, Sound Quality, Distortion, Construction
I have owned the Koss UR20 DJ Headphones for a little more than a month. For the money, these headphones are pretty good, but if money doesn't matter, these headphones are not too great. If you don't have a lot to spend, these are one of the better headphones you can buy in the $20-$30 range.
Sound Quality: I must say that the lows and the bass on these are decent. It's deep and fairly strong. For listening to rap or hip hop, these sound pretty good, but that's just about it. The mids and especially the highs sound muffled and muddy. You cannot hear so much detail on these headphones and they are not too clear. It sounds like the lows, the highs and the mids are blended together, which means that there is close to no instrument separation. The bass is decent, but it is overpowering and it decreases the audio quality. 5/10
Build Quality: These are made out of cheap plastic and does not feel high quality, but $24.99 is understandable why the build quality is poor. The plastic hinges would fall off if you are not careful when adjusting the height of the ear-cups. I must say that these headphones are very flexible and you can move them anywhere you want and you will not break them. Construction can be better, but I love how these headphones are so flexible :D5/10
Comfort: There is not much to say about this. The cushions are very comfortable and fit on the ear very nicely. You can wear these for long periods of time without them hurting your ears. The headband adjusts to your head, so they are more comfortable. That's all I really have to say. 7/10
Portability: First of all, these headphones have no case. Secondly, these are the biggest headphones I have EVER seen. . If these headphones had a case, than it would be pretty portable. Koss should really add a case. 4/10
Value For Money: For the money, these headphones are pretty good. Even though these are not that good, I have to recommend them because of the great value.
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It sounds like the JVC HAS160 at $10-15 is a much better choice.


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