Paul Kossoff Left us on this day March. 19th in 1976: from heroin-related heart problems, Kossoff’s unhappiness with the end of Free and his drug addictions contributed to a drastic decline in the guitarist’s health. 507 more words
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Koss was simply one of the nicest guys I ever met on the London Underground Scene. Whenever I think of him I always think of the big warm grin he gave me when I was backstage at a London Pub gig in around 1970. 398 more words
I’m going to shamelessly plug some products/brands in this blog. Because I want to.
Actually, this was brought on by buying like seven pairs of headphones at the Moscow Walmart because they don’t have these headphones in Canada and they’re my absolute favorite. 556 more words
As indispensable studio headphones, the MV1s’ closed cushions seal around the ear, hold sound in and lock noise out. That isolation not only is important for focus on working and for hearing the entire frequency range without turning the volume way upbut also is further strengthen by the headband that is made of steel and rubber. 224 more words
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Koss Corporation, the U.S. based high-fidelity Stereophone manufacturer and inventor of the world’s first SP3 Stereophone in 1958, announced a #GivingTuesday fundraising partnership with… 166 more words