Our friends at Monster have a full lineup of headphones that you can get your hands on in 2013, all with varying features, looks, and sound. We stopped by to give you the rundown of the entire line that we were able to get our hands on, including the Inspiration, Purity Pro, Diamond Tears, Diesel VEKTR, MVP Carbon, and more. We run the gamut bringing you pricing information and a look at each headphone model. We'll be looking to get our hands on everything for further testing and review, starting with the Purity Pro and Diamond Tears. In the meantime, check out the rundown, and hit us with your thoughts on what you'd like us to cover bring you more info on.
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We know how much our readers love Monster headphones, so we are hitting you with a video taking you through the 2013 headphones line-up. We go through each model, including Inspiration with TUMI, Diesel VEKTR, DNA, MVP Carbon, Diamond Tears, Ncredible, and more. The line includes over-ear headphones, on-ears, in-ears, gaming headset, and more. Hit the break for the video. Be sure to subscribe to Gear Live on YouTube for more tech video coverage.
Monster and EA Sports have jointly announced the MVP Carbon, a pair of gaming headphones, which is a first for Monster. The MVP Carbon headset brings simulated 5.1 surround sound through 30mm drivers. Naturally, you also get an integrated microphone (removable) for chat, and a headphone amplifier that Monster calls the "Gamebox." Sugar Ray Leonard and Xzibit are working with Monster as ambassadors for the MVP Carbon, which go on sale in February for $269.95, and will be available in black and white, with glowing EA Sports logo. The MVP Carbon are compatible with Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, and Wii U.
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