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  • chcrosnechcrosne

    Koss PRO4AATPublished on 08/01/06 at 13:30
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I use this headset for 1 year
    Yes it is heavy, but sturdy. The contour of the ears in cilicone is pleasant which is important for a closed headphone. The sound is fairly straight and neutral and it is great for pre-mix when you can not use speakers. I also use it for recording studio and it's perfect. One of its advantage is that each piece is replaceable.
    I prefer it to an AKG 271 studio and highly recommend it.
  • Capitaine GCapitaine G

    Koss PRO4AATPublished on 04/17/07 at 03:13
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    THIS IS a very good headphone. Once properly fitted on the head, weight is not really a problem. It delivers a fair, which is essential in the studio. Just get used to its sound because of the fact that it is not flattering, it seems that it sounds "medium". It is a little confused, then when we got done, it's hard to listen to music with something else. This is a great headphone, with low but very present tense. A midrange and treble loose flesh and without aggressiveness. Ideal for studio (closed headphones), but also for the living room.
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