Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: Koss Porta pros
Re: Koss Porta pros
From: Fred Maxwell <rockbox_at_anti-spam.org>
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 17:37:26 -0400
I successfully ordered the PortaPros for $25, though, as noted, Koss's
web site was seriously confusing. I created a one-time use credit card
through my VISA card holder with a $35 limit -- just because their site
gave me pause. I got a confirmation e-mail with a price of $49.99, a
discount of $0.00, shipping of $6.00, and a total of $31.00! I always
wondered what happened to the accountants from Enron.
As to the SportaPros vs. the PortaPros, here's a review that says that
the PortaPros are the better headphones:
I've heard that from others, too.
Green, Tom wrote:
> Hmmm, that's strange...
> I just noticed that Amazon is listing the SPORTA Pros for $25 (actually
> for sale by J&R Music World). See link below or search amazon.com for
> "Sporta Pro"
> These might be an even better deal because apparently they,
> 1. Have a headband that can be worn on top of or BEHIND the head.
> 2. Have a MUTE switch on the cord.
> 3. Have the SAME specs as the Porta pros. (?)
> Link =
>>On Behalf Of Fred Maxwell
>>Sent: Friday, June 18, 2004 1:58 PM
>>To: Rockbox development
>>Subject: Re: Koss Porta pros
>>I tried the link, got all of the way through the ordering process and
>>was at the submit point, having entered the coupon code and the price
>>was still shown at $49.99. Needless to say, I did not press "submit."
>>I tried again with the same results, despite deactivating my filtering
>>The web ordering form never indicated whether the coupon codes was
>>rejected, accepted, not valid for my country, etc.
>>At $25, they are a *great* deal. At $50, they are dangerously close
>>price to the much better Grado SR-60 headphones, which can be had for
>> Fred Maxwell
Received on 2004-06-18