[TRADED & CLOSED] FS: Koss KDE/250 Two-way Dual Element Earphone - Dual Dynamic Clip-on
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Koss KDE/250 in near perfect condition. I bought a pair 2 years ago, and took advantage of their no questions asked lifetime warranty to get them repaired about a year ago. I had pulled on the rubber strain relief and ripped it, thinking it may have been removable.

Sale includes shipping. The item comes with all original accessories, case, earclips, 1/4" adaptor, etc, in Koss packaging which is in very good condition.

No returns unless the item is dead on arrival. Koss has a no questions asked lifetime warranty on most all of their products, including this one.
 
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No, there are no rubber clip covers. (I put some shrink wrap on them that has since been removed if that's what you are talking about.) One of the small rubber strain reliefs that connect to the cable tore when I tried to rip it out. (I was confidant they were removable cables, but this was not the case.

Since then, they have been returned to Koss for service, and Koss sent me a brand new pair with all accessories. The new pair has been used very little, and comes with everything and the original packaging in good condition.
 
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^After going through an Etymotic, Ultimate Ears TripleFi, Klipsch X10, and now an Audio Technica AD900, I don't have the same taste when it comes to sound. The Etymotic gave me a taste for neutrality, and the AD900 converted me over to bright headphones. The KDE/250 is good for what it does: Incredible saturation of bass, treble, and midrange. It's fun sounding. At this point, that isn't what I'm looking for.
 
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