Summary: Taking price into account above all else, these are the best headphones I have ever owned. Obviously my HD650s and DT880s sound better, but they also cost 15-25x as much. I've probably put ~150 hours on them.
Pros: Inexpensive, fantastic soundstage/imaging, incredible instrument separation, very detailed, textured bass, crisp highs, energetic and engaging sound
Cons: Clips aren't the most comfortable, aren't sexy looking
Summary: If there are better sounding headphones in this bracket, they sure aren't available to the public yet! The KSC75s just might represent the apex before the downslope of diminishing returns.
The sound: Very fun and engaging all-purpose sound.
Summary: They have good old fun sound signature, very engaging and very dynamic. I found mids are a bit too recessed for my tastes and affected by the low region unfortunately however from a cheap can like this, I don't expect the separation of HD800 obviously.
Pros: Sound, price, life time warranty, easy to mod
Cons: Design (clip-on system), relatively cheap build material, due to clip-on system comfort issues
Summary: I was looking for some headphones under $50, went through hell lot of reviews here n got confused about everything. Then somehow the browser showed few auto suggestions n I found these gems.
I read in almost every review that these are the cheapest n best earclips in the market.
Summary: First that all, I called them Pieces of ****, because they look incredibly cheap and ugly, but they sound very good.
They are a bit bassy, but the bass doesn't go too deep, its just mid bass, which is good for me. Mids and Highs are in check.
Summary: ....... as a young lad, some 30 years ago, when I first got into headphones and placed my order from J&R music world, waited in ernest for that UPS truck to deliver my pro4AA 'digital ready' headphones.
Summary: I bought these KSC75 clips because I lost my modded Koss UR55 and I read oodles of praise for them online. At first I was skeptical because they are very flimsy looking and they are often compared to the Koss PortaPro which sounds muddy in my opinion.
Pros: airy sound, punchy bass, forward mids, great overall balance, super comfy design, CHEAP!
Conclusion: If you are looking for a great set of headphones for use with your laptop or MP3 player, you can’t go wrong with the KSC-75s. They are ideal for working out or walking down the street to class. While the aesthetics could be slightly improved, the sound quality for the price is second to none.
Pros: Very affordable, exceptional sound quality, easy to wear