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Reviews Categories | Headphones & Boom-microphone Headsets | Koss UR29 Help

Reviews Summary for Koss UR29
Koss UR29 Reviews: 3 Average rating: 3.7/5 MSRP: $29.99
Description: # High fidelity stereophone utilizes an anisotropic magnet and 1.4 mil mylar element for deep bass and treble clarity
# Closed leatherette ear cushion for maximum isolation and deep bass
# Built for maximum durability for DJ and recording use
# Collapsible design for protective storage and maximum portability when listening on the go
# Straight, single entry 8 foot cord
Product is in production.
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VA7CPC Rating: 2/5 Feb 12, 2007 23:28 Send this review to a friend
Not so good after 3 years  Time owned: more than 12 months
I've had them /MM on the boat for 3 years.

One side isn't working (don't know if cable, plug, or transducer problem).

The screws holding them together work loose eventually, during folding and unfolding, and need frequent re-tightening.

The "leatherette" (vinyl) on the cushions is disintegrating, and black foam particles are coming out.

They hurt my ears after more than an hour of use. New cushions might help this.

Still sound good, though.
KG6POG Rating: 5/5 Feb 21, 2005 23:02 Send this review to a friend
Great for the money  Time owned: more than 12 months
I've had my set for a few years, and in the past year or so I began using them with my radios.
I have had the head set on for hours on end, and they're great. I have a pretty decent external speaker for my Kenwood TS 480 HX, but when I'm pulling out the weakest stations the only way to copy them is with the headset.
I do have a few other set, but none sound as clean and crisp as this set does.

Fir the money you really can't go wrong.
VA7CPC Rating: 4/5 Dec 26, 2003 04:56 Send this review to a friend
inexpensive, comfortable, nice sound  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
For $30 headphones, these are really nice.

No distortion that I can hear, quite sensitive at 100 dB/milliwatt. I don't care about extreme bass and treble for listening to my IC-706.

They're closed-back, and the ear cushions are large and fit _around_ the ear, not on top of it. So room noise is quieted some (maybe 10 dB), and the pressure of the phones is on the head, not on the ears.

They're light and comfortable to wear. I don't know about long-term durability. They don't feel cheesy.

With better sound isolation, I'd give them a 5.

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