Here at Gear Live, we know just how popular the Beats by Dr. Dre line of headphones can be. After all, when we post about them, those are typically the most read items of the day. However, while they look good and have great endorsements behind them, some people prefer other models of headphones due to the audio profile. What is one to do if the Beats profile isn't the sound they crave, but the Beats look is exactly what they're looking for? One option is to grabs some spray paint and get to work.
Casey Neistat just posted a video on YouTube that shows how he turned a pair of Bose QuietComfort 15 headphones into Beats by Dr. Dre knockoffs. Sure, he may have sprayed over the microphone that the headphones rely on for noise cancellation, but sometimes that's the price you've gotta pay to look good.
Bose’s newest amplified neodymium speaker system is also their smallest and will gladly make itself at home on your desktop. Working with your PC or almost any portable audio source, the Computer MusicMonitor features switching amplifier technology with a new acoustic design and their noted digital signal processing. With a one cable hookup, it also has a remote for controlling power and volume. The MusicMonitor speakers are encased in aluminum with a metallic silver finish, and carry a price of $399.00.
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