Based on the 1984 classic lightweight headphones, Koss and Drop teamed up to build a new version, designed for better durability, with modern components, and an inline mic for calls. They weigh just 2 ounces, and have an adjustable comfort band, and offer an impressive 15 Hz–25 kHz frequency response.
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Drop took the Koss GMR-540-ISO gaming headset and made it lighter and more affordable. The GMR-54X-ISO features the same audiophile-grade 3D sound as the 540. It also has a detachable cable with inline mic, while the detachable boom mic has a new mute and volume switch.
Drop and Beyerdynamic modified the beloved DT 1770 studio headphones to have 32 ohm 45mm Tesla drivers. So you can use these studio-quality headphones without need for an external amp. They provide a powerful and balanced sound, and their price doesn’t hurt too.
Give your keyboard the makeover it deserves with one of these creepy custom Cherry MX-compatible keycaps. Sold individually, they can be cast from bronze, gold-plated, or .925 silver. We’d do an entire keyboard with these if we wouldn’t go bankrupt doing it.
Massdrop and OKLB present the latest version of the Planck keyboard kit. The Planck is a compact mechanical keyboard where all of they keys are within two units of your fingers on the home row. This version has a more compact base and hot-swappable key switches.
A limited edition version of the beloved LSR305 studio monitors. Each pair (each unit has a 5″ woofer and a 1″ tweeter) is matched to within 1dB of frequency response for incredible accuracy, and has a premium lacquer gloss finish as well as vibration isolating feet.
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