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Monster Butterfly earphones by Vivienne Tam revealed

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on February 19th, 2010

This may sound like a story about the latest threat against Godzilla, but it’s not. Monster makes all sorts of cables and headphones that are aimed at people wanting good sound. Monster has been offering headphones and earphones for a while now designed in cooperation with musicians.

Monster has unveiled its latest headphones called the Butterfly today designed by Vivienne Tam. The earphones are shiny gold color and have a butterfly printed on the speaker housing. Like most high-end earphones, the Butterfly ships with multiple tip sizes for comfort.

Monster unveils PRODUCT(RED) version of Beats by Dr. Dre Solo HD headphones

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on February 8th, 2010

Monster teamed up with rapper Dr. Dre last year to produce a line of headphones called Beats by Dr. Dre. The headphones are offered in several styles and now include versions designed in conjunction with other artists like Lady Gaga.

Monster announced that a new version of the Solo HD headphones is available called the Beats Solo HD PRODUCT(RED) that will help raise money for the Global Fund. The Global fund helps pay for Aids research and treatment around the world.

Monster unveils expensive Turbine Pro headset

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on September 24th, 2009

monsterturbineproMonster is a brand that says two things to me when I hear the name — sound quality and expensive. The company has unveiled a new set of headphones called the Monster Turbine Pro that promises professional level sound, but that promise comes at a steep price.

Monster is asking $299.95 for a set of the turbine Pro headphones alone and $329.95 for the headphones with the Monster ControlTalk headphone cable. For that much loot, you get a set of headphones that are tuned to offer the kind of reference quality professional musician’s demand.

Monster offers special edition Heartbeats by Lady Gaga headphones

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on September 8th, 2009

hearbeatsladygaga-sbThe Monster Beats by Dr. Dre line has several different sets of headphones that are not cheap and are over ear headphones that are very large. Most people, especially the ladies, don’t really want huge headphones to listen to their music with.

Monster has announced its first Artist edition headphones in the Beats line with a set called Heartbeats by Lady Gaga. The headphones meet the strict audio quality requirements of Dr. Dre and monster while being made to a more refined design standard by Gaga.

Monster unveils new Beats by Dr. Dre Beats Solo headphones

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on September 8th, 2009

beatsbydre-logoMonster may be best known for its insanely expensive cable solution for home theater and car audio. The company also offers other expensive wares like headphones and power supplies for home theater.

Monster announced its latest addition to the Beats by Dr. Dre line called the Beats Solo headphones. The headphones will sell for $219.95 and are considered to be the entry-level headphones to the Beats line. Both black and white colors will be offered.

Monster announces super thin HDMI cable

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on June 12th, 2009

monsterthinhdmi-sbI think that all HDMI cables are just as good as any other brand. I have tried out the expensive HDMI cables before and I have never noticed any difference between a $50 cable and the cheap cable that comes with that Walmart Blu-ray player.

Still some people want the best cables they can get, even if the difference in quality is questionable. For the person who wants name brand stuff Monster Cable has announced a new line of super thin HDMI cables that are offered in multiple lengths.

Beats by Dr. Dre Headphones get launch date and lower price

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on July 23rd, 2008

Beats by Dr. Dre HeadphonesWay back in January at CES 2008 we first heard of the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones from Monster. The headphones promised new technology that would bring sound quality to headphones that was not previously seen in consumer grade products. The catch was the price was right at $400.

Monster has announced that the Beats by Dr. Dre headphones will be available on July 25 and will be exclusive to the Apple store and Best Buy. The headphones are being aimed squarely at users of the iPhone and iPhone 3G as well as iPods.


Monster iCarPlay 250 now shipping

Posted in Monster by Shane McGlaun on June 11th, 2008

Monster iCarPlay 250Once you get hooked on your own custom playlists and listening to what you want when you want on your iPod or iPhone, going back to normal FM radio in your car is hard to do. You could carry tons of CDs and listen to what you want in the car too, but that is so 1994.

At CES this January Monster announced what it claimed to be the world’s most advanced iPod/iPhone wireless FM transmitter called the iCarPlay 250. Monster announced this week that it is finally shipping the iCarPlay 250 at $99.95. The device allows you to play your digital tracks from your iPod or iPhone over unused FM stations on your radio in the car or the home.

CES 2008

Monster turns to Dr. Dre for high end headphones

Posted in CES 2008,Headphones,Monster by Nino Marchetti on January 11th, 2008

Beats by Dr. DreMonster teamed up with music producer and artist Dr. Dre at CES this week to showcase some new headphones “engineered to accurately reproduce the best of today’s pop music.” These headphones are called “Beats by Dr. Dre” and they will set you back 400 bones come springtime.

“Beats by Dr. Dre,”, according to Monster, use technologies never before found in consumer grade headphones. This includes some new driver technology. The end result, supposedly, is “unequalled performance, with remarkably natural sound, incredible transient response and rich, deep bass.”

Get the digs on “Beats by Dr. Dre” after the jump.

CES 2008

Monster shows off new iPod FM transmitter

Posted in CES 2008,FM Transmitters,iPod Accessories,Monster by Nino Marchetti on January 10th, 2008

Monster iCarPlay 250Monster unveiled during the Consumer Electronics Show what it is calling the most advanced wireless FM transmitter yet for the iPod. It is called the Monster iCarPlay 250 and Monster is pricing it at around $100.

The Monster iCarPlay 250 lets you enjoy your iPod audio through your car’s FM radio while at the same time charging your player. This particular FM transmitter offers some technologies to help do this in the most efficient way possible: autoscanning to lock in the clearest FM frequency, line-level audio signal output for “minimal distortion” and automatically adjustment of power output on individual frequencies for maximum signal strength.

Monster speed rates new HDMI cables

Posted in Cables,HDMI,Monster by Nino Marchetti on August 28th, 2007

hdmi1000_glam.jpgMonster Cable believes you should get serious about understanding how the HDMI cables you use impact your HD viewing experience. To that end the cable company unveiled today a new line of “speed-rated” HDMI cables and accompanying education campaign.

The Monster Speed Rated HDMI Cables come in five different speed ratings: ultimate high, ultra high, advanced high, high and standard. These categories will be rated on individual cables sold at retail and will appear as logos on the cable packaging. The speed factor is especially important to note, according to Monster, with cable length and the fact the company plans to offer great performance in its cables regardless of how long they are.


Monster iSlimCharger Shuffle USB Charger

Posted in Chargers,iPod Accessories,Monster,Shuffle by Darrin Olson on August 10th, 2007

Monster iSlimCharger USB adapter for the iPod ShuffleCheck out this super tiny, simple adapter for charging the iPod Shuffle. Having extra-small features that may make the Shuffle itself jealous the Monster iSlimCharger USB charger consists of just one piece with no cables.

One end has a standard 3.5mm headphone hack and the other a standard USB connection. By simply connecting it to the only port available on the shuffle and then plugging it into your USB port you can charge up your shuffle on the go.

Monster has this little Shuffle USB adapter priced right at only $14.95 so your only worry will be losing the little guy in your pocket.

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Monster Wireless iPod Audio Bridge

Posted in iPod Accessories,Monster by Reuben Drake on August 2nd, 2007

Monster wireless iPod audio bridgeThere’s nothing real new technology-wise with this wireless bridge from Monster, but it definitely has the looks to get our attention. The wireless bridge is designed for use with an Apple iPod (what isn’t?) by connecting a transmitter to the base of the player. A 2.4GHz signal is then sent from the player attachment to the base station at a distance of no more than 30 feet.

The base station connects to your home theater and allows you to play your music from your iPod wirelessly on the couch, not unlike the one we saw from Denon last week, minus the remote. No price or launch date is available yet for the Moster wireless audio bridge but the looks alone will keep us watching for this wireless iPod accessory.


iFreePlay Headphones for the iPod shuffle

Posted in Headphones,iPod Accessories,Monster by Chris Weber on May 23rd, 2007

iFreePlay headphones have a dock for the iPod shuffle without wires.These iFreePlay headphones rid the need for that pesky cord from your pocket or where ever your iPod shuffle is clipped, up to your headphones.

The headphones have a dock built right into the left earpiece where the shuffles’ headphone jack can connect directly without the need for any wires. The iFreePlay headphones and shuffle combined are light enough so that both can rest on your head while you go about your day without the problem of getting your hand caught in the headphone cord.

They also have no need for Bluetooth or any type of wireless technology since it connects directly to the shuffle, and the $49.95 price seems to reflect this. Most wireless Bluetooth headphones you find are considerably more expensive and will still require you to have the player in your pocket.

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Monster Home Theater Remote

Posted in Home Theater,Monster,Remotes by Chetz on October 16th, 2006

Monster Home Theater Controller 100Monster is well known for high quality sound, and they have continued it along with better enabling the use of their other high quality items by offering the Monster Home Theater Contoller 100.

This remote has a rechargeable battery, a small charging cradle and features a 3.2″ color LCD screen with up to 8 customizable functions you can program into the remote control to command up to 15 devices in your home theater world, including things like televisions, projectors, DVRs, PVRs, laserdisc players, satellites, cable boxes, amplifiers, receivers, VCRs, DVD players, and even stereo systems.

The Monster Controller has a form fitting design to fit your hand and makes convenient use of the most common buttons for driving your entertainment. Some unique dedicated buttons include a surround sound button to toggle through your different sound options, and a picture aspect ration …