Monster DNA On-Ear Headphones (White Grey)

August 7, 2013 - Comment

The Monster DNA Noise-Isolating On-Ear Headphones, in white over light gray, reduce ambient sound delivering clear audio for jamming to your favorite tunes. Dual-port inputs let you share audio with up to 5 other pairs of headphones. They are designed and tuned smarter to bring your audio to life. Hear every detail, feel every beat,

The Monster DNA Noise-Isolating On-Ear Headphones, in white over light gray, reduce ambient sound delivering clear audio for jamming to your favorite tunes. Dual-port inputs let you share audio with up to 5 other pairs of headphones. They are designed and tuned smarter to bring your audio to life. Hear every detail, feel every beat, and express your personality with a look that’s fully customizable.

Product Features

  • Advanced noise-isolating design reduces ambient sound
  • Ear cushions for comfort during extended listening sessions
  • Dual audio input jacks let you link your MusicShare headphones together and share the audio
  • Durable yet ultra light materials withstand travel and continuous use
  • Customize your look with a variety of skins (sold separately)

Comments

Marat Voznyuk says:

Misleading reviews. The reviews on this item are misleading, this is by far not the best sound I’ve heard out of $200 headphones, there are much better alternatives out there, such as Sony MDR-V6 Monitor Series Headphones which cost about 60% less.Some of these reviewers have only reviewed this item which makes me think they work for Monster, or whoever made these poor sound quality headphones.

BluMediaInc "Kevin" says:

yuck A friend got these for Christmas and I tried them out. They had been fully broken in, but not overused. The sound was literally horrendous,higher frequencies sounded shrill and unbearable. The bass was also pathetic, and was airy and almost non existent. Also, after being treated lightly, the hinge became extremely loose and noticeably flimsy. Even before this, the fit was atrocious even for over ear headphones, and the cups felt like awful pleather. The pictures really over exagurate the features on these phones, and within 20 feet of these they look like cheap plastic.I would instead recommend the Ultimate Ears line or Grados, you will most definately get a better deal.I would imagine that these cost around 30 dollars to produce. When you receive them you would definitely agree with me.

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