SportClip Clip-On Headphones

General Information

Enjoy rich, accurate sound through your portable CD or MP3 player using the Koss KSC75 on-the-go headphones. Designed for people who want a lightweight listening solution without sacrificing audio quality, the phones employ a pair of sport clips to fit neatly around each ear, thus eliminating the constraints of conventional headbands. As a result, listeners can wear the phones--which weigh a mere 1.5 ounces--without disturbing their carefully coifed hairdos. When not in use, the headphones store compactly in a backpack or purse without taking up unnecessary space. Meanwhile, the phones produce terrific sound through their titanium-coated high-polymer drivers, which are built for maximum precision, as are the bass-boosting neodymium iron boron magnets. Their combined efforts generate a noteworthy 15 Hz to 25 kHz frequency response. Additional features include oxygen-free copper voice coils within the cord that protect the signal clarity; a straight, dual-entry 4-foot cable; and a 3.5 mm plug.

Latest reviews

Pros: Great kick, balance, and soundstaging.
Cons: Distortion, they're definitely not that high of quality drivers.
I'm not going to go that much in depth, but since there are no reviews of these here I feel I MUST post one.
Hard to describe, and I know there are a lot of threads about this HP explaining how it's great for it's price, but the audio quality is really amazing for it's price. These sound like my Denon 5000s... but a cheap version. Though I'm not considering it a fault. I use them for when I go running, they're light, easy to drive (duh) and with the noise of outdoors/gyms the distortion of them is negligible. You really feel like the music is just with you when you're outside.
They're not that durable and they could be more comfortable... In addition they're not that pretty. This is good though for me, they're not subject to any thief's attention. 
I have to stress again, for how cheap they are, these HPs are simply amazing. Pick up a pair to use as a reference to make sure your higher quality HPs are justified. 

Also listening to some Blink-182 atm and the snares sound really crisp and life-like. For whatever that's worth.
Nice been looking for a pair of clip ones that sounded decent, and truth be told... a large number of cheap-o sony and Koss head phones don't sound terrible. I listened to some MDRZX-100s the other day and they sounded fine to me, yes there where some BIG details missing but truth be told the only time you'll notice such details is when your alone some where like in your house or at a library


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