All New Koss Porta Pro KTC Available Now
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MILWAUKEE, WI, Feb 07 (MARKET WIRE) -- Koss Corporation (NASDAQ: KOSS), the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based high fidelity stereophone manufacturer and inventor of the world's first SP/3 Stereophone in 1958, has made the highly anticipated Porta Pro KTC available for purchase earlier than originally announced. Koss first unveiled the Porta Pro KTC at this year's International Consumer Electronics Show. The reviews and interest have been so overwhelming that Koss decided to increase production of the Porta Pro KTC. "With all of the positive reviews and excitement surrounding the Porta Pro KTC, we accelerated the release a full two months ahead of schedule. The Porta Pro KTC is available now," said Michael J. Koss, President and CEO. Porta Pro KTC, the most sophisticated version of the Porta Pro, features a new technological upgrade which brings listeners closer to the music they love. Koss Touch Control (KTC) remote and microphone technology, made for iPhone(R), iPad(R) and iPod(R), gives listeners more control in fewer steps. Now listeners are able to stay connected, shuffle songs and adjust volume with the flick of a switch. The Porta Pro KTC is now available exclusively at www.koss.com Koss Stereophones Koss Stereophones has been headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin since 1958 and is known worldwide for its high fidelity stereophones and audio accessories. Koss Corporation also offers digital audiophile compact disc recordings of American orchestras on its Koss Classic Label. Apple, iPod, iPhone and iPad are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Image Available: http://www2.marketwire.com/mw/frame_mw?attachid=1878785 Contact: Drake Dettmann Koss Corporation 414-967-1519 email@example.com Copyright 2012, Market Wire, All rights reserved. -0-
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