Monster is entering the gaming accessories space with the breakthrough EA SPORTS MVP Carbon by Monster headphone. Jointly developed with EA SPORTS, a label of Electronic Arts Inc., a global leader in digital interactive entertainment, the new EA SPORTS MVP Carbon by Monster headphone ($270) is the first-ever collaboration between a game developer and a headphone manufacturer.
Designed from the ground up as the ultimate gaming headphone, the breakthrough EA SPORTS MVP Carbon by Monster headphones is the result of the first-ever creative collaboration between EA SPORTS and Monster, the audio engineer behind the sound of the acclaimed Beats by Dr. Dre headphones.
Founder and Head Monster Noel Lee said, "Anyone who spends a lot of time involved in the intense world of gaming knows that a truly great pair of headphones can make all the difference, both in terms of performance and sheer fun."
The EA SPORTS MVP Carbon by Monster is the world's first headphone to feature Monster HDHS (High Definition Headphone Surround) powered by AstoundSound, a proprietary surround processing method that delivers the most realistic, high definition headphone sound experience for gaming, music and movies. Monster HDHS goes beyond conventional 5.1 surround sound, and users enjoy this new level of immersive surround sound impact and intensity without the need for multiple speakers and separate processors.
Another key element to the EA SPORTS MVP Carbon's audio performance is Monster's latest on-ear 30MM driver design for gaming and music. In conjunction with this, they incorporate the Gamebox, a powerful new type of mix amplifier and processor specifically engineered for Monster HDHS. This multiplatform mix amp offers seamless compatibility with PCs, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii and Wii U.
The headphones will be available in white and black versions at retailers worldwide and http://www.monsterproducts.com beginning in February.
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