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1. Koss DVP2161 Compact DVD with
$149.99
2. Koss 500-Watt Home Theater System
$15.99 $12.39 list()
3. KOSS Stereo In Ear Ear Plugs -
$249.99 list($349.99)
4. Koss C928 DVD/Receiver Home Theater
$16.99 $12.95 list($19.99)
5. Koss CS100 Speech Recognition
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6. Koss PC39 CD Boombox (Red)
$229.00 list($199.99)
7. Koss KS3101 Progressive Scan DVD
$49.99 list($79.99)
8. Koss KS4127 Progressive-Scan DVD
$26.99 $24.51 list()
9. Collapsible Full Size Headphon
$12.99 $8.99 list($14.95)
10. KTX8 Collapible Headphones(dir
$13.99 $9.95 list($14.99)
11. Koss M-18 Electret Microphone
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12. Koss KS3112 Progressive-Scan DVD
$8.94 list($15.99)
13. Koss CS95 Speech Recogniton Computer
$12.88
14. KOSS Portable In-The-Ear Earbud
$21.93 list($29.99)
15. Koss CS80 Speech Recognition Computer
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16. Koss Collapsible Stereophones
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17. Koss KS-5302 Personal CD Player
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18. Koss 147737 UR5 Sp Stereo Headphones
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19. Koss In-Dash CD Player (MS503)
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20. Oritron DVD 200 DVD Player

1. Koss DVP2161 Compact DVD with MP3/CD Player
list price: $99.99
our price: $37.99
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Asin: B0000632FZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 172
Average Customer Review: 3.07 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Ideal for plugging into a television, computer, or car screen, the compact DVP2161 offers full-featured DVD and CD playback from a device about the size of a softcover book. While not quite portable in the traditional sense--the unit has no screen and requires AC power--the DVP2161 is much easier to move around, set-up, and use than a traditional component DVD player.

And it handles not only DVD-Videos and video CDs, but music, too, from standard CDs to home-burned CD-Rs, CD-RWs, and MP3-encoded CDs. Full-featured audio CD and MP3 CD menu controls simplify operation, and a handy top-panel LCD shows track and time of disc playing, letting you use the device even if it's not plugged into a television.

Top-of-the-line component-video outputs help minimize digital and line-scan artifacts on compatible advanced televisions, while composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television. Both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound signals can be routed through the player's digital-audio output (Toslink optical) for direct connection to a full-featured audio/video receiver. Other features include parental controls (with PIN lock), picture zoom, drop-down menu controls with active navigation, and a full-function remote control.

What's in the Box
DVD player, remote control (with batteries,) stereo analog audio with composite-video interconnect, and AC adapter. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact DVD/CD player with Dolby/DTS passthrough offers ready connection to TVs, computer monitors, car screens
  • Plays MP3 CD, audio CD, DVD-Video, video CD; offers full-featured audio CD and MP3 CD menu controls
  • Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1-channel surround-sound passthrough (for use with surround-decoding audio/video receiver)
  • Includes full-function remote control, AC adapter
  • Easily transportable, but not portable per se (no screen, not battery-operable)

Reviews (55)

4-0 out of 5 stars Use it in my van
We love this player. First, I read a prior review where the reviewer complained that it wouldn't play through their VCR. Macrovision copy protection provents you from doing this!!! It is not the fault of the KOSS player. If you don't have the component (RCA cables), composite, or S-video inputs on your TV, you'll need an RF modulator to hook up to your TV's coax jack.
We use this primarily in our van for my kids to watch movies. I've played DVD's, SVCD's, VCD's, and MP3's through it. I bought a $4.99 12v DC power cable from Radio shack to power it and 3 Y-adapters to split the signal on the video and audio (left and right) from the DVD player to two portable LCD screens. I've only had it skip twice before and that was over a few very large bumps last weekend. Both times it paused for a second, but kept it's place in the movie. As others have mentioned, this unit can run hot if you block the air vents at the bottom and it does seem to run hot with the provided AC adapter (but not in my van on the DC cable I bought). I've read that the provided AC adapter may output more than 12V, so I think I'll buy a new one from Wal-mart soon (buy one that has at least a 1,000 Ma (1 amp) or higher rating, 2,000 Ma (2 amp)if you can get it. I've tried an 800 Ma AC adapter and it wasn't enough. I had audio but no video).

In conclusion, we love this player. I deducted a star because I felt the manufacturer should've provided a better AC adapter.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great value, but with caveats
I've played with one of these for about 6 months now. There is a bit of a heat problem as others have mentioned, I hacked mine to install a small fan (mpja.com part 12929 FN) and have not had problems since. I haven't found any format it won't read, from VCD to SVCD to CVD, DVD-R and -RW, JPEGs and MP3's on a DVD. (80 hours of music on one disk!) Outputs for composite video, S-video, and component video, as well as analog and optical digital audio. User interface isn't great, but it works. There are buttons for some functions on the player, but Koss didn't include enough to run a typical DVD, you will need the remote (which reduces its portability somewhat). Video filters are very sharp, which looks really good on some movies but introduces a little edge noise on some others. Runs on 12vdc, I've used mine in my small trailer with a LCD monitor, it's great to be able to take your movies and songs on the road.

1-0 out of 5 stars Buyer Beware!
I just purchased and received a Koss DVP2161 to use in our travel trailer. Thought it would be a great addition to our AC/DC TV/VCR and the size of the unit was perfect for the limitted space we have. It can also be run off of a 12 cigarette plug adaptor (not included) which is nice when your boondocking without AC power.<br /> Upon opening the package my first impression was Wow! This is a really nice little unit and the remote is full-featured too. Unfortunately after setting it up and trying to play any of the four different brands of DVD-R's I've used to backup my original DVD collection with, (supposedly the most compatable recordable DVD media format)it will not play any! I tried about 20 and all I get is a No Disc notification. It should say No Dice. It will play any of my originals without a glitch, but the idea of using my archive discs on dusty camping trips isn't an option. This is really a let down and the unit is already repackaged and being returned for a refund. I've heard of similar problems with a couple other brands of compact AC/DC players like this one also, so I guess we'll just go without until someone out there decides to make one that's reliable and it gets all Good Reviews.

2-0 out of 5 stars not happy with player
I purchased it Jan 2004, worked fine up until a week ago. Same problem as above, didn't think anything of it until reading first review. It does get quite hot. If I knew that it was a known problem I would have unplugged it when not in use. It wasn't used very often. I usually read reviews if they are offered, don't know how I missed them this time. It says,no disc, and won't play after it makes this grinding noise. Very disappointed, I have dvd players in my bedrooms and parlor for a couple years, this one 6 months. I only purchased it for its compactness to fit on kitchen counter.

5-0 out of 5 stars good enough!!
This DVD player is great! I don't understand why people are saying that it overheats very easily. Mine has never done it. Oh and for the freezing up of the picture...sorry to say it but that's just the dvd. Mine froze up and started skipping one time so I just took it out and wiped the back off with my shirt...I popped it back in at the same point and it was fine! And I have to agree that it is VERY compatible and lightweight. I would definitely recommend this product to interested buyers! ... Read more


2. Koss 500-Watt Home Theater System - KS4101
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0007Q7NHK
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 38174
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Features

  • 500 watts of total power
  • Five speakers with 50 watts each; 250-watt subwoofer
  • Plays DVD, CD, MP3, JPEG, DVD-R/-RW and DVD+R/+RW discs
  • Component, composite and S-Video outputs; coaxial digital audio jack; A/V inputs
  • Built-in PLL AM/FM tuner with 40 station presets

3. KOSS Stereo In Ear Ear Plugs - The Spark Plug

our price: $15.99
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Asin: B00081A2DQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 2121
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

STEREOPHONES *NIC* ... Read more

Features

  • Frequency Response -10-20,000 Hz
  • Dynamic element for extended frequency response
  • Unique earbud design directs sound into the ear canal for deep bass and extended frequency performance
  • Speciality ear cushion material forms slowly in the ear canal to provide a custom fit and maximum isolation
  • Includes replacement ear cushions

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good for the price
You really get more than what you pay for. Although I had to do a little extra work to get them right, and yet they are a little toobig for my ears, but for that price, my God!!!
First off, you have to glue the earbuds with crazy glue, because they come off really easy, second they don't come with a clip to hold the wire, but most headphones don't have that either.
It takes a few seconds longer to to adjust to ear depending how you feel comfortable with how deep inside the ear they need to be.
While you chew food you don't hear yourself as much as with other brands.
Also, you don't waste as much battery on your device, at low volume they sound louder than any headphones.
Believe you me, I did my research and you won't find better headphones for that price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Eh...
I have used Koss' "The Plug" earphones for the past couple months - they are a great addition to my ipod shuffle/armband combo for exercise.So far, the original "The Plug" headphones had been the best headphones - hands down - for exercise.They sound great and generally stay put no matter what.However, I have trouble once in a while with the original plug's buds staying in my ears.Once in a while when I am running, one of them pops out - think a watermelon seed pinched between two fingers, and once a sweaty foam earbud is out of the ear, there's no way to get it to stay back in.Enter Koss' "The SPARK Plug," which seems to be an updated version of the plug.The most important improvement is the material that is used on the actual in-ear bud - instead of the quick-expanding (and somewhat slippery) foam that was used on the original plug, the new spark plug ear buds are a tougher, more slowly expanding (and therefore more likely to stick in your ear) foam material.

This is good.

However, there are some drawbacks to this version of the plug, most of which were not present in the (more) original incarnation.For example, the sound quality is M-U-D-D-Y.There is absolutely no comparison between this version and the original (the original was much better).I am no audiophile, but there is absolutely no denying that the sound on this version of the plug is muddled and boomy.Also, although the new spark plugs are ipod-white, they look pretty rediculous.They are rather big, and you'll look like Frankenstein if you walk around with these white "bolts" sticking outside the side of your head.

Anyway, although the concept of the plug is a great one, it seems that Koss simply still hasn't gotten the formula right.I'd recommend sticking with the original.Although you might have some frustration getting them to stay in your ears, they are generally just a better buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best for the money.
Being somewhat of an audiophile, I went researching for a good pair of headphones.I was looking at the product lines from Sennheiser, Beyerdynamic, Grado, Shure, and Etymotic.

I considered what I wanted these headphones for and it was to study in places like starbucks or barnes and nobles.So naturally, I decided on sound isolating headphones.This left me with either closed full-size over the ear headphones or earbuds.If you haven't seen them, full-size headphones are huge!They pretty much cover the entire sides of your head, we're talking Princess Leah hair buns (star wars).Besides that, the higher quality headphones require an additional portable amplifier to sound good because most portable devices aren't powerful enough to drive them.

Now I focused on earbuds.After reading review upon review about Shure and Etymotic, I would always come across reference to Koss"The Plug" and Sony's isolating earbuds (forgot the model) from an audio forum.Out of the box, the Sony is supposed to be better than the Koss model.However, what I found was that for a fraction of the price of Shure and Etymotic brands (I think the top model is $500) and a bit of elbow grease, the less expensive Koss earbuds could sound better than the Sony's and nearly as good as the Shure and Etymotic.Doing a search resulted in many websites referring to methods of "modifying" the Koss earbuds.

I was convinced and went looking back in April.However, when i got to the store, I couldn't find any "The Plug".All I found was "Spark Plug".I was confused but I bought them anyway.I searched amazon and realized that they must be the 3rd iteration of Koss's earbuds because I only came up with one result, and it said it was added to amazon only 2 days before I bought it locally.Since I've never heard the 2nd iteration (purple/silver) I can't comment on sound.However, aesthetic wise, this new version was definitely designed for use with the Ipod (which I don't own, but that's okay, it matches my stuff anyway)It still has that silver ring with Koss on it, but the rest of the earbuds are all white and more of a retro simplified shape.Looks clean, nothing fancy.

As for fit.No problems here.I read many complaints on the second version about the fast expanding foam.The foam on this version expands slowly.It's quite comfortable and after awhile I forget I'm wearing them.I even wear them in bed sometimes.

Sound wise, out of the box, the bass is really boomy, i prefer a tight bass (as with many audiphiles, thus the mods).If you like to listen to music heavy in bass, like rap or house, or whatever, then you'll like these earbuds straight up.You can feel the bass "pound" in your head.

Unfortunately, for me, I don't listen to that when I study.So, I decided to modify the earbuds.The only mod I felt necessary was the one to tone down and tighten the bass, which is done by covering the ports.Did that with some trimmed clear tape (didn't want to open the earbuds and place eletrical tape inside, as most DIYs state).The result, nice, very nice.With the lower frequenciestoned down, I can now hear my mids and highs quite clearly.This is especially important since I listen to mostly light vocal music while studying, such as Sarah Brightman.In fact, after this mod, I can say these are the best headphones I've ever used, especially FOR THE PRICE.

As for sound isolation, the tape mod helped that too.On an airplane it completely drowns at the engine noise on only the 2nd tick of volume (out of 25 or so?!?)Keeping the volume low also cuts back on battery use and distortion.If I study with my friend, he has to wave his hand in my face or shake me to get my attention (again, only 1 or 2 ticks on volume).I've found you don't actually need to compress the foam to get them in your ear, just a little pressure and twisting does it.

I plan to get another pair for my new "workout" mp3 player arriving soon, so then I'll be able to comment on how well it stays in during high activity and sweat.

Pros:
-Great sound for the money
-Sound isolation is awesome, even better than the $300 Bose active sound cancelling headphones (I wasn't impressed at all, not even with the sound of those).
-Looks clean and somewhat stylish (ipod style).Has a sort of classy, expensive look to them, not the traditional black eggshape of most earbuds
-extra pair of foam buds included (they're backups/replacements, not an alternative size, but I don't think an alternate size is needed)

Cons:
-Boomy bass out of the box.Drowns out the mids and highs.This is easily solved by the tape mod, i.e., covering the ports.(porting is a trick used by companies to make bass more "bassy")although this isn't a problem if you like the "feel" of heavy bass.
-no case included. (hey, it probably cuts down on cost)

Concerns:
-earwax (no problem here since I keep clean)
-wires are thin and COULD become tangled b/c no case included (i've had no problem with this actually, because I found the perfect sized case for it from an old mini rectangular shaped flashlight.I've read some people use a 35 mm film roll case/tube to hold it, which would be good too)
-you may have to "play" with the placement in your ear for the best sound quality, I've found what works best for me, just be patient.Depending on placement, the sound may be muddy.For me, that means i have them too deep in the ear.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Headphones Ive Ever Had
Theses Headphones are one of the best. Ive used the regular Koss "The Plug" and it blocks out all outside noise. These new Spark Plugs are even better in which the foam is now expands Slower. I would highly recomend these headphones to anyone who wants some exclusion from society.These headphones are also extremely comfortable. I once fell asleep with them on and when I woke up, they were still on! A good thing about these headphones are also the low price. If they break, you could either send it back for the repair covered by the lifetime warranty or buy a new pair.

Pros:
Low Price
Best Isolation from outside noises
Allows Cd Player/Mp3 player to play at a lower volume conserving battery length
Great Quality
Deep Bass
Very comfortable
Lifetime Warrranty

Cons:
Takes longer than average to put these headphones on.
While eating with these, you hear yourself chew.
Not very safe in which you cant hear warnings.
Not advised to share with friends if they have ear wax. ... Read more


4. Koss C928 DVD/Receiver Home Theater System
list price: $349.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B0000632G3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 11458
Average Customer Review: 3.26 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This snazzy combination DVD player and receiver turns your TV into an instant home theater with 400 total watts of power and Dolby Digital, Dolby DTS, and Dolby Pro-Logic decoder compatibility for optimal audio excitement.

The Koss C928 400-watt DVD-Receiver Combo with Speaker System sports a multi-disc DVD player that plays MP3/CDR/CDRW discs, a 4x fast-forward and fast-reverse mode, a looping function (for repeating scenes over and over), and onscreen Active Navigation and menu control, among other features.

With a 50-watt subwoofer as anchor, the system features a 350-watt Dolby Digital-ready receiver, a full array of speakers for its DTS surround-sound output, a Dolby Digital 5.1 decoder, Dolby DTS, and Dolby Pro-Logic outputs. For music, the player features programmable memory and other automated features, as well as an AM-FM tuner and 5.1, 3.1, and 3D stereo functions.

In addition to one coaxial output, three analog audio inputs, one S-Video output, and two composite video outputs, this system comes with a nice little color-coordinated remote. ... Read more

Features

  • 350-watt surround receiver/DVD player with Dolby Digital 5.1 decoding for immersive home theater surround sound
  • Includes center channel, 4 satellite speakers, and a 50-watt powered subwoofer
  • DVD-Video, CD-R/CD-RW, and MP3-CD compatible
  • 3 analog audio inputs, 1 coaxial digital-audio output (passes DTS bitstream for use with outboard decoder); 1 S-video and 2 composite-video outputs
  • 40-station AM/FM presets

Reviews (19)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Home Theatre System for Apartments or Small Spaces
I bought this Home Theater System about a year and a half ago (and unbelievably, it hasn't gone down in price!). It's a great system for city folk who don't have a lot of space but want a versatile system with expandability. The DVD playback is excellent, though it only plays one disc at a time - so there's the potential annoyance of getting up to change discs when necessary. It has 3 auxiliary A/V inputs that allow you to make connections to your TV, stereo, etc. I actually have it connected to the soundcard on my PC, which allows me to play Internet Radio through the Home Theater system!

There are a few drawbacks - the speakers are a little on the flimsy side, and there's an occasional whirring feedback noise at low volumes when using it with a connected auxiliary device (thankfully, this doesn't happen in DVD mode). Though the surround sound is rich, it loses something at lower volumes - so you couldn't really use this to play intense-sounding movies at late hours if you've got neighbors. The manual is a bit inconsistent with the actual procedures that need to be followed in order to properly set up the system - it will make reference to the SETUP button, when what you really need to press is MENU, etc. You'll also need to keep the manual close by, since some of the features and configuration options are a bit complicated. Another minor oddity is the clock - it runs really fast and is about 5 min. ahead of real time after about 2 months.

By far the most serious drawback is the remote. It's flimsy - the remote on my 14" TV/DVD combo is much better than the remote for this system. And the buttons can be tempermental - they are small and need to be pressed in a certain way that I haven't yet consistently figured out.

Overall, however, I'd say that in this price class, it brings you close to the quality and features of systems costing hundreds of dollars more and is thus a great value - despite a few significant drawbacks.

1-0 out of 5 stars It's been a major disappointment...
I bought this Koss system as their headphones have been some of the best but this system theater system is a giant leap downward. Major complaint: it simply won't play a dvd unless it is in pristine condition. About half the DVD's we rent won't play all the way through. Second complaint: the remote is not intuitive and thus very confusing. Now I've got to buy a 2nd DVD player so I can watch videos. Look elsewhere!

2-0 out of 5 stars Not bad, but save your money.
Definitely not worth 200-300 bucks if you ask me. The dvd player is poor quality (FF and Rewind make scratching noises and barely work), the surround effects on the receiver are weak, the speakers are really cheaply made. If it breaks, you have nobody to turn to. Mine is experiencing stereo problems after owning for 1 year. I have lots of home stereo experience and I can tell you these problems are with the unit itself and not with my wiring configuration or even the speakers themselves. Because I can't talk to anyone or even ship my unit in for repair, I'm stuck with a faulty unit, and I've essentially thrown $300 down the toilet. Stick with brands that have better support, ie Sony, Aiwa, and the like.

3-0 out of 5 stars Solid for the price!!
I bought this system a year and a half ago and it has started having problems reading audio cds. After watching a dvd stop it and I leave it alone for about 25-30 min. tops when i am in the other room it starts playing again with out haveing me do anything to it. One last thing I experianced some background noise while playing dvds so i changed to a better quallity cable and the background noise improved but did not go away completely.

2-0 out of 5 stars Strange behavior, annoying features
It seemed to be a bargain for the price, but I suspect that I got what I paid for. The unit has quite a few annoying "features": it replays disks exactly 1 hour after you stop them - I found this on the first night when Al Pacino woke me out of a sound sleep after I left the DVD in the player.

The setup IS frustrating because the manual doesn't match the firmware - they changed the user interface and shipped the manual for the old one. The menu system is modal - you have to be in tuner mode to set the clock, that option doesn't appear in CD/DVD mode. Of course the manual tells you to press the "setup" button to get there but the remote has a "menu" button. Bad translations abound... anyone care to move any more of this work offshore (That's probably not fair, how did I expect them to offer this product at this price)?

The eject button doesn't interrupt when you turn the unit on and press eject - the unit still spins the disk all the way up and inspects it for about 15 seconds. Oh, don't even think of putting a mildly scratched CD in it - it doesn't deal with that well at all... sounds like a 33 played on 45.

I'm sending it back because of the 1 hour delay thing and they told me that the 928 is discontinued so they'll be replacing it with the newer model. I can't wait to see what I get with that... - oh and I pay the shipping to them... about 15% of the purchase price - a small system but still 61 pounds.

I wonder if I'm going to wish I had just spent the extra money up front when all is said and done. ... Read more


5. Koss CS100 Speech Recognition Computer Headset
list price: $19.99
our price: $16.99
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Asin: B00005ML7Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 11166
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best quality/price
Its perfect for in-game chat or when using teamspeak (or other IP-talk applications). Sound is Koss style (excellent), but not as good as Koss Porta Pro of course. The Mic is perfect. The fixed part of the arm rotates down to the mouth, the rest of the mic-arm is flexible and can be easily adjusted to any wish. Clear and good microphone. The cord is long compared to other headsets (more than 3 meters / 10 feet)

5-0 out of 5 stars These actually work.
I found the fit and weight to be just fine, but the most important thing with a Speech Recognition Headset is the clarity of the Microphone, and I have found the microphone on these headphones to work better than any of the other Voice Rec Headphones I have owned.

1-0 out of 5 stars Too heavy for lightweight headphones
These "lightweight" headphones are far too heavy to be worn for extended periods of time. The boom microphone only rotates down a limited amount, ending up more or less directly in front of your nose, somewhat obscuring your view of the screen. And finally, the earpads are rigidly fixed in parallel planes to each other, unlike the ears of anyone I've ever met. I bought these to replace a set of Labtec C-322 headphones whose cord had gotten pinched and had exposed wires, but now I think I'll just buy some electrical tape and fix the old ones. ... Read more


6. Koss PC39 CD Boombox (Red)
list price: $34.99
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Asin: B0000ACY2K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 16060
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your music everywhere you go with the compact, affordable PC39, whose CD options include audio CD-R/CD-RW compatibility, CD track programming, and track repeat (single track, all tracks). A cassette player/recorder brings legacy compatibility with those boxes of cassettes in your closet, and an analog FM/AM stereo tuner with a telescopic antenna lets you listen to your favorite radio stations. Bass boost heightens the impact of low frequencies. The player runs on six "D" batteries (not supplied).

What's in the Box
Boombox, AC power cord, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Plays standard CD, and audio CD-R/CD-RW
  • Includes cassette player/recorder and FM/AM stereo tuner
  • Bass boost enhances low-end audio for more dramatic effect
  • Includes repeat play (single track, all tracks) and programmable CD memory
  • Runs on 6 "D" batteries (not supplied) and includes AC power cord

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fit for a church and more - A Solid Bargain
We needed at least one boom box for our Church Sunday School so that we could play tapes and CDs. After pursuing a donation of a used boom box from our congregation members - to no avail - I shopped the net and found what we needed. Thank You Amazon.com.

I have purchased several items from Amazon.com and have always been completely satisfied with pricing and deliveries.

Anyway - the boom box has a great room-filling sound level. The bass boost is a necessity since the non-boost bass sounds somewhat cheap. The bass boost does an excellent job on all sound reproduction, radio, tapes, and CDs.

The radio reception is very satisfactory.

To load a CD, you lift a lid. No push button mechanism to break. The CD needs to spin a short while to transfer the track information. Then you have all the typical controls - next track etc.

One bit of difficulty is that the tape controls are embossed into the case - same color as the case - and somewhat hard to see.

For occasional musical requirements - this is the inexpensive solution! ... Read more


7. Koss KS3101 Progressive Scan DVD Home Theater System
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00009WC2J
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 5602
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Koss KS3101 offers everything needed to enjoy favorite DVDs in full-bodied surround sound. The system consists of an audio/video receiver coupled with a single-disc DVD player and a 5.1-channel (left, center, right, left/right surround, and subwoofer) speaker package. The only other things you'll need are a television and a place to put everything. With a little help from your computer's CD recorder, you can even listen to CD-based MP3 files and watch slideshows of digital JPEG photos.

The system is equipped to deliver the full image potential of DVDs when viewed on a high-definition or HD-ready TV. Progressive scanning, referred to as 480p for the number of horizontal lines that compose the video image, creates a picture using twice the scan lines of a conventional DVD picture, providing higher resolution and sharper images while eliminating nearly all motion artifacts. Top-of-the-line component-video outputs help minimize digital and line-scan artifacts on compatible advanced televisions, while composite- and S-video outputs bring compatibility with nearly any television.

The DVD player plays most standard disc formats, including CD-R, CD-RW, MP3-CD, DVD-R/-RW, and DVD+R/+RW--terrific for enjoying homemade DVDs from family and friends. With the KS3101's 50-watt-per-channel AV receiver, you'll get Dolby Digital and DTS surround sound decoding to put you in the jungle with the dinosaurs and in the concert hall with music videos, while a full-function remote control lets you manage the proceedings from a favorite spot on the couch.

The system includes all requisite cabling for hooking up the five satellite speakers and the subwoofer. The DVD player also offers a choice of two digital-audio inputs (one optical and one coaxial) and a single coaxial digital-audio output for channeling DVD or CD audio to a minidisc or CD recorder or, should you wish to do so, to a stand-alone surround receiver. (Keep in mind that anti-piracy software prevents you from making digital CD copies of most DVD soundtracks.)

Other features include five-disc resume play (which lets you restart discs from your previous stopping points), an FM/AM tuner with 20 station presets, and an onscreen display to simplify setup and operation.

What's in the Box
DVD player, five satellite speakers, a subwoofer, a remote control, remote batteries, a user's manual, and all requisite speaker cabling. ... Read more

Features

  • DVD player and 50-watts-per-channel audio/video receiver with 5 satellite speakers and a subwoofer
  • Plays DVD, CD, MP3 CD, JPEG Picture CD, DVD-R/-RW, and DVD+R/+RW
  • Progressive-scan video output renders seamless, flicker-free images on high-definition and HD-ready TVs
  • FM/AM stereo tuner with 20 station presets
  • Includes full-function remote control and all requisite cabling

Reviews (16)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet unit, best sound for the buck !
Got the Canadian version KS3102-2 from a membership warehouse store and it was highly recommended by the staffs there even over some Japanese systems. The biggest surprise was the wonderful sound, which at 300w is more than enough for a home setup, as I found now. The system makes movie watching very enjoyable and if I close my eyes, it feels just like I am at the theater. In my option, the price is worth the sound system alone (very powerful amp, great sub and speakers for the size) and the progressive scan DVD player is just a Huge plus. The dvd playing is smooth even for dvds/vcds that I had problems with my new-ish Panasonic. Simply, a very amazing and user-friendly system that I hope people weren't discouraged by the Koss label.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great system for the price
For the price this system is definately worth it. It was very easy to setup and once the Tone is adjusted to EX BASS and the volume turned up a bit the sound is better than I had expected. I bought this for the DVD/Tuner combo as a secondary system. Don't expect it to even touch high end systems, but as a secondary it's great. I would have given 5 stars, but I found the wires too short and I can't stand it when they apply stickers to the hardware that is hard to get off.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY KOSS
Go to any electronics store and you'll hear them say, "Do not buy Koss". While some review site that one person thinks is "THE authority" say it's quality, review sites do not use the product beyond an initial test. I've owned mine for three months, and originally, I thought I got quite a steal. Now the thing is dead, nothing more than awkward paperweight.

Whatever you do, do yourself a favor, save up an extra month or two and buy a quality sound system. Do some research even beyond this site and you will find that Koss is a huge waste of your money.

5-0 out of 5 stars a great value for the money
the reviewer below sounds quite negative. the emphasize that Koss Tech support was in India. Newsflash: tech support for almost all the major consumer electronics firms is now in India. Is that good, I don't think so, but to go ioff on Koss over that is naive.

Koss is in fact considered to be a very good producer of consumer electronics and certainly no worst than other brands. This unit itself has very high consumer reviews on videohelp dot com which is considered THE authority.

I have owned about every maor brand and actually had the worst support and return problems with Sony. Here is the thing. Keep your original box with any consumer electronics for at least two weeks. use the product. if it fails in the first year, 99% of the time that failure will occur in the first few days. this is the case with the most expensive and the cheapest electronics. if you do have a failure simply return the product uin its original box for a new exchange or a refund, not a repair.

Beyond a year or two most consumer electronics that fails will have a mechanical component fail. that is why you have to be nuts to get a combo vcr/tv for example. vcr's fail all the time. In this unit the week link is the dvd player, which could last two years or could last more than five. BUT look up reveiws on Panasonic, Sony or even top brands dvd players. they fail all the time at two years also, and you are always out of warranty and repair is almost alwyas more than replacement.

So the caveat is if you get combo equiopment...like this home theater WITH dvd player, it may pay to go less expensive. And this is certainly the case with this price, which is outstanding. For the average person who hasn't had home theater and doesnt need to blast a college frat house you are going to enjoy dvd movie sound in a new way. And the stereo from the cd play and the tuner is much better than the average $150 stereo mini systems of a few years ago.

You get progressive scan, component, s video and composite video out, as well as both coxial and optical digital audio in. The speakers are well matched to the power rating and quite good.

All in all a good deal, and an exceptionally great deal at below 200 bucks.

1-0 out of 5 stars Customer Service????
After 25, yes 25 calls to what Koss calls Customer Service, I finally got somewhere. They sent me a shipping label to return the 2nd, yes 2nd defective DVD player back to them for a REFUND, not an exchange.

I am no longer interested in ANY Koss product at ANY price based on my experience. More than once I had to ask their "tech support" for someone else as I could not understand what they were saying thru the heavy accent. India was where I was calling all this time. Finally got someone I could understand when I insisted on a refund. ... Read more


8. Koss KS4127 Progressive-Scan DVD Player
list price: $79.99
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Asin: B00029U112
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 16428
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Amazon.com Product Description

Slim and sleek, the silvery Koss KS4127 progressive-scan DVD player offers compatibility with a wide range of disc formats as well as connectivity to a Dolby Digital 5.1-channel receiver for fantastic home theater surround sound. The KS4127 plays DVD movie, CD audio, VCD, SVCD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, and CD-R/RW discs, as well as MP3 and WMA digital audio files and JPEG images. You can even view images and listen to a background soundtrack of digital audio simultaneously. The slim profile of the KS4127 fits comfortably into standard cabinets.

The KS4127 has component, S-video, and composite A/V outputs as well as a coaxial digital audio output to a Dolby Digital receiver for 5.1-channel surround sound. It offers such DVD playback controls as fast and slow forward and reverse, chapter skip, zoom (up to 5x), language selection, and resume play. The front display shows title, track/chapter, and time information.

Tech Talk
Dolby Digital: In this sound format designed for movie theaters, the rear speakers output stereo sound with an expanded frequency range, and a subwoofer channel for deep bass is independently provided. This format is also called "5.1" because the subwoofer channel is counted as 0.1 channel (since it functions only when a deep bass effect is needed). All six channels in this format are recorded individually to realize superior channel separation. Furthermore, since all the signals are processed digitally, less signal degradation occurs.

What's in the Box
Koss KS4127 DVD player, remote control, 2 AA batteries, A/V cable, and printed operating instructions. ... Read more

Features

  • Progressive-scan DVD player; measures 16.8 x 2 x 0.5 inches (W x H x D)
  • Compatible with DVD movie, CD audio, VCD, SVCD, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, and CD-R/RW discs
  • Plays MP3/WMA and JPEG discs
  • 1 component, 1 composite A/V, 1 S-video, and 1 coaxial digital audio output
  • Digital output for Dolby Digital 5.1 and DTS audio pass-through

9. Collapsible Full Size Headphon

our price: $26.99
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Asin: B0006SRV6W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 33355
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Product Description

KOSS HQ-1 ... Read more


10. KTX8 Collapible Headphones(dir Po S=case Pk Only)
list price: $14.95
our price: $12.99
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Asin: B00008Z1QG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 20747
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Product Description

Koss KTX8 Portable Stereo Headphones - Cable - Stereo - Headphone(s) - 1 x 3.5 mm Mini-phone Stereo - Over-the-headA Portable headphone is a headphone that is used on-the-go. Portable headphones tend to be smaller, more lightweight, and may have features that lend themselves to listening on-the-go, like carrying cases or collapsible headbands. ... Read more

Features

  • In-line volume control
  • Collapsible headband for easy storage " portability
  • Straight, dual entry 4' cord with 3.5mm plug
  • 44Hz-20kHz

11. Koss M-18 Electret Microphone
list price: $14.99
our price: $13.99
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Asin: B00005UPFN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 13935
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars A little tinny but good overall
This microphone produces a high treble output (not surprising based on its size) The flexible portion of the arm is a nice feature but over time it gets a little limp.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good Microphone.
This is a good microphone its easy to talk on and part of the stem bends. I recomend in buying this product. ... Read more


12. Koss KS3112 Progressive-Scan DVD Player
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B0000ACY2N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 18798
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Plays DVD-video, CD audio, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD, MP3, JPEG picture CD, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, and DVD+RW
  • Fast forward/reverse; up to 5X zoom; resume play memory for up to five different discs
  • Parental controls and PIN lock
  • Hi-resolution video output; progressive scan/component video output; coaxial digital output; s-video and composite video output; stereo audio output
  • Full-function remote control

Reviews (4)

2-0 out of 5 stars KOSS
DON'T BUY IT! I bought a KOSS DVD player and it broke in 6 months. I was told I was out of luck because the warranty is only 90 days. They do not do repairs. My only option is to buy a new one and wasn't even offered a discounted price for it. I have seen several complaints like mine about KOSS on the web. They make JUNK and they make it to last just to get past the warranty period and then it breaks. Oh, by the way I loved it until it broke.

3-0 out of 5 stars Happy Ho Ho to me
So I get this DVD player for Xmas from my parents to make up for my VCR that died recently. I had never heard of "Koss" before. I had never touched a DVD before. So my wife and I pondered the cryptic setup instructions which did not match the machine at all and finally got it set up. No remote. We found it - hidden in a small crevice in the styrofoam. How disorganized. So we just got it. So far so good. It still works. After -- one week. But it's a new year. Wish us luck! And thanks for the crummy reviews. I'll keep my fingers crossed.

2-0 out of 5 stars two months down and broken
We've had this machine two months....yesterday, it stopped showing a picture, but still plays sound. I suppose we can use it for a stereo.

Also....the remote control is pretty unresponsive. Seems to take a long time to get the message. All in all...a pretty crappy machine.

Luckily, still under warranty.

2-0 out of 5 stars NO DVD-R
I bought this dvd player because I just got a dvd burner and I needed a dvd player that played dvd-r disks. Well this one was advertised to do that; it even says it on the box. When i pull it out of the box and plug it up, I put a dvd-r in to watch it, and it gives me a "no-disk" error. I'm sending this back and getting my money. ... Read more


13. Koss CS95 Speech Recogniton Computer Headset
list price: $15.99
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Asin: B00005ML7R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 33323
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14. KOSS Portable In-The-Ear Earbud Headphones P15

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Asin: B0007SKSFM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 60892
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Features

  • Frequency Response -40-20,000 Hz
  • Dynamic element for extended frequency response
  • Lightweight in-the-ear earbuds for music on-the-go
  • Includes convenient wind-up spool carrying case for protective storage
  • Includes replacement ear cushions

15. Koss CS80 Speech Recognition Computer Headset
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005ML7S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 29352
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16. Koss Collapsible Stereophones (QZPRO) (QZPRO)

our price: $41.99
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Asin: B00029TLMW
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 17421
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17. Koss KS-5302 Personal CD Player with 45 Seconds of Anti-Skip Protection (Blue)
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000ACY2G
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 21896
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Koss's KS-5302 personal CD player plays both audio CDs and CD-R/RW discs. Joggable, forty-five second anti-skip technology ensures seamless listening through most active uses, while the unit's neckband stereo headphones fit comfortably and snugly without mussing your hair. Side-mounted controls allow the player its smooth, stylish appearance and simplify operation when you can't view the controls.

Playback options include twenty-track programmable sequencing, repeat (track or disc), and random play. The selectable Dynamic Bass Boost Sound (DBBS) emphasizes low frequencies to heighten musical impact when appropriate. An auxiliary output lets you hook the player up with your home system through a stereo "Y" interconnect (not supplied). A hold switch prevents unintended interruptions in playback and saves batteries by negating playback when the player is stopped. The player runs on either the included AC adaptor or with two AA batteries (not supplied.) When using alkaline batteries, the player will operate for up to eight hours.

What's in the Box
Koss KS-5302 personal CD player, neckband stereo headphones, AC adaptor, user's manual and a ninety day warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Personal CD player supports audio CDs, plus CD-R/RW discs
  • 45 seconds of anti-skip protection
  • Dynamic Bass Boost Sound for better sound
  • Program up to 20 tracks with program play mode
  • Hold switch to help save battery life; 2 AA alkaline batteries last 8 hours

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Player...not Great!
I like this player...it does work really well. It is very easy to use and the sound is pretty good. The reason that this player got a 3 rating is the effectivness of the battery power. This thing eats up batteries like you would not believe!!! The thing of it is...I dont use it that much. I think that if there was a player out there that offered better battery power...I would choose that one instead. A plus on this one, it does include an AC adapter. I will keep this player for as long as it works... ... Read more


18. Koss 147737 UR5 Sp Stereo Headphones with Foam Ear Cushions

our price: $5.99
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Asin: B0002EQUL2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 39123
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19. Koss In-Dash CD Player (MS503)
list price: $85.99
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Asin: B00005T3NZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss
Sales Rank: 62321
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Features

  • Car audio in-dash CD player
  • 20 AM/FM presets

20. Oritron DVD 200 DVD Player
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000021YRO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Koss Audio & Video
Sales Rank: 28702
Average Customer Review: 3.22 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Dolby Digital and DTS surround output from DVDs
  • S-Video output
  • Picture zoom
  • Full-function remote
  • Jog-shuttle dial

Reviews (18)

2-0 out of 5 stars Consider the Toshiba instead
About 6 mos ago I was in market for a DVD player and wanted to pay a little as possible for a completely satifcatory machine. Lots of research, reading of reviews and finally settled on a Toshiba SD1200. 6 mos later I can only say great things about the quality of the viewing and machine. I stumbled across the negative reivews on this player and wanted to provide cheapskates like myself an alternative player that was hassle free. When I was purchasing their were many issues with the low-end Sony (reportedly since corrected) but I took the leap to Toshiba and would recommend it to others. Pay the extra bucks and relieve yourself of 2 hours on the phone with customer service.

4-0 out of 5 stars Why must we
This is a great DVD player. It has everything you need, at a price you can't beat. It's such a good buy. It's easy to set up and easy to use. A great first DVD player for anyone who is thinking of getting a DVD player. I wouldn't use it on my HDTV home theater, but if you just want something simple that looks great, this is the one. It has good sound and picture for the price. Haven't had any problems with it, what can I say I love it. It was cool.

Big Truck

5-0 out of 5 stars For the price, a must buy...
Given the price the Oritron DVD-200 (and all his brothers) are a perfect buy, given that the work honestly, and give you the chance to change the region at will through the instructions you can find on the Net.

Moreover, someday, somehow, we will discover the code to disable the Macrovision!

1-0 out of 5 stars Keep shopping, my friend
A total piece of junk--cheap inside and out. I received this as a gift, and am dreading my in-laws asking about it. It died precisely one day after the warranty expired. Very slow to crank up compared to others, frequent freezing, unresponsive remote control (you could get married and divorced waiting for it to respond to commands!) Poor picture quality with frequent waving and picture edge disintegration. Finally, it refused to give up a DVD, forcing me to take the cover off to retrieve it. Believe me, I have 2 other DVD players, and you can do much better for the price. Try Sony, Panasonic, and Toshiba. I'm sure you work hard for your disposable income; don't waste it on this. My Sony has been playing flawlessly since I bought it, and it is over 2 years old now, and really wasn't much more than this, and in fact, the prices have come down since I bought it. Nothing is a bargain if you are throwing it away right after the warranty expires.

5-0 out of 5 stars Totally Fab DVD player for the more astute movie fan!
with all of the different DVD players out there, it is hard to find which one to buy or for what type of player to look for. if you are a more astute movie fan, you will want THIS Oritron DVD 200! not only does it play U.S. DVD's, but it also plays ANY REGION DVD from any country -plus- VideoCD's (VCD) which usually only work on computers. with video quality that of [an expensive] system, you can't beat one of the best DVD players for 2002! ... Read more


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