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Wireless version of the classic Koss Porta Pro headphones could be on the way

3 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

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A recent filing with the Federal Communications Commission suggests that audio equipment maker Koss is working on a Bluetooth version of its long-popular Porta Pro headphones.
The documentation, identified as "L76-PORTA-PRO-BT ," was submitted to the FCC and made available on December 20, so it looks like it has been out in the open for a few months. But the filing includes a number of exterior and interior photos of a device that greatly resembles the existing Porta Pro headphone. A user manual included in the filing refers to the device as the "Koss Porta Pro Wireless," suggesting...
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