For those of us that don’t like IEM’s (in ear monitors), or typical earbuds there are limited options if you want something compact and pocket-able. The Koss KSC75 has long been one of the best values in audio. The KSC75 offer entry level audiophile sound, with a shockingly open sound stage. The first time I heard these little $15 on ears I was blown away.

Over the past few months I have been using them as my go to work headphones. Their semi open back, and loose fitting clip design allows in just enough sound, that I am still able to be aware of my surroundings while listening to music.

Lately I have really been wishing that a wireless version of these headphones was available. Koss made a wireless version of their now classic Porta Pros, but I prefer the fit and sound of the KSC75. So I decided to make my own.

This was a fun and surprisingly easy project. Even if you have never done any soldering you should be able to handle it with relative ease. You will find all parts used below. Let me know what you think in the comments. What headphones do you wish were wireless?

Parts List

Koss KSC75
Drop Edition KSC75
Klipsch T5 Sport
Soldering Kit


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