Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:45 am
Koss Corp., the Milwaukee-based inventor of world’s first stereophone in 1958, said today it has revolutionized the design of the in-ear stereophone with the release of the Koss Interlocking in-ear stereophones.
The interlocking in-ear headphones utilize a patented design for easy on-the-go storage without sacrificing richly delivered audio through performance-tuned 9 mm drives.
The frame of the new interlocking in-ear headphones is constructed from high polished aluminum and surrounded by flexible, soft touch material. The innovative material doubles as a soundproofing coat, intended to deaden any unwanted distraction, that allows the listener’s focus to remain on the crisp highs and lows of the music.
The interlocking in-ear headphones are available in two configurations, and in two colors, black and white. The IL100 is the standard in-ear headphone which features the Sound of Koss and the patented interlocking design. The IL200 KTC includes Koss Touch Control (KTC) remote and microphone technology made for iPhone, iPad and iPod. KTC allows listeners to stay connected, shuffle songs and adjust volume with a flick of the switch.
Visit http://www.koss.com/ for more details.