Koss QZ99 Headphones??

SnyperX

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Just getting into metal detecting and looking for a good won?t break the bank set of headphones. I have read a few posts on the Net about the Koss QZ99 headphones.

What are folks thoughts in this forum on these headphones? Any other input on headphones?
 
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cudamark

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All headphones will break sooner or later. The ones that seem to last the longest are the wireless ones. I won't even use a wired one anymore on a land machine, unless I have to.
 

rayoh

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They work well with the couple of detectors I tried them with. They are noise-cancelling and do a great job at blocking outside noise and making faint targets able to be heard. I did find them to be pretty tight on my head which caused me to sell them. There is a wide range of prices so be sure to check prices everywhere. I believe I paid about 35-40 bucks for mine. They are well made.
 

rayoh

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One more thing about these phones. I don't believe they have a compatability switch(stereo-mono) Make sure they will work with your F44.
 

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