Monster Unveils New Jamz Headphones and Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Speakers

Monster today introduced new models of in-ear headphones at CES—the Jamz in-ear line-up and the TurbinePro Copper in-ear headphones. The company’s been making a name for its self on the high-performance headphone front, and this year at CES it is busting out its newest innovative styles for 2010.

Monster Jamz

jamz_glamMonster’s new Jamz headphone line includes the “indestructible” classic Jamz, the entry-level Lil’ Jamz, and the on-the-go Mobile Jamz. Let’s start from the top: The flagship Jamz in-ear headphones are made out of 100% solid metal—hence the indestructible tag—and scratch and corrosion-resistant chrome finish so you never have to worry about scuffing these earbuds up.

Monster says its Lil’ Jamz headphones “give today’s fast-paced digital generation an even lighter and more compact option” than most headphones with the same great Jamz performance and features. The Lil’ Jamz features a vibrant black chrome finish in an ultra-portable design.

The new Mobile Jamz offer users several interesting functionalities including Monster’s Mobile Media Drive that features a 2GB microSD Card and USB Adaptor and Mobile Media Manger Software.

“At Monster, we believe life is too short to listen to bad headphones, and our design approach is that they should be able to reproduce the same real music experience that comes from a great pair of full size,” says Noel Lee, Head Monster. “Jamz headphones are engineered specifically to provide this big speaker experience in a compact in-ear headphone – without the cost usually associated with such a high-quality option. Our trio of high-performance Jamz headphones deliver the full dynamics, range, and emotional impact of today’s music, whether it’s hip hop, jazz, vocals, classical, or rock.”

Monster Jamz in-ear headphones will be available for the following suggested retail prices: Jamz – (SRP: 119.95, $149.95 with ControlTalk); Lil’ Jamz” (SRP: $99.95, $119.95 with ControlTalk); Mobile Jamz (SRP: $149.95, includes ControlTalk).

monster-tp-copperTurbine Pro Copper In-ear Speakers

Monster didn’t just paint its Turbine Pro Gold Edition in-ear speakers a quick shade of copper, they revamped that model and transformed and put it in a league of its own. The new Turbine Pro Copper version, in addition to their new copper-chrome casing, provides a crisp accuracy over all audio frequencies and new comfy foam SuperTips.

Monster Turbine Pro Copper In-Ear Speakers are available for a suggested retail price of $399.95 per pair or $429.95 with Monster’s ControlTalk headphone cable.

Product Review

If the Surface Studio 2 can't win over Mac fans, nothing can

Most creative professionals are staunchly planted in the Apple camp, but with the Surface Studio 2, Microsoft is making a serious attempt to win them over. Despite its niche appeal, you’ll wish you had a few grand to drop on this beauty.
Home Theater

BassFit wireless in-ear headphones bring low-end fuel to your workout

V-Moda's latest headphone offering is a set of banded Bluetooth in-ears called the BassFit, a sweat-proof, ultra-secure pair of headphones that are designed to bring low-end power to your next workout.
Product Review

Dolby makes the most comfortable headphones ever, and that's only the start

Dolby has taken its first step into product design with the new Dolby Dimension wireless headphones. Offering tons of features, supreme comfort, and a shocking price tag, the Dimension are a unique new take on audio in the home, and out.
Product Review

Glas may be gorgeous, but this spendy thermostat is no smarter than the rest

A stunning OLED screen tops the prettiest thermostat we’ve reviewed in years. But GLAS lacks the brains required to justify its premium price. Read more about it in our full review.
Smart Home

This alarm clock uses targeted light and sound to wake you, but not your partner

The Wake v2 isn't like your typical bedside alarm. Instead, it wakes you by shining a soft light directly into your face, thereby not disturbing the person sharing a bed with you. Pretty smart, huh?
Emerging Tech

Believe it or not, this fire-proof exoskeleton isn’t designed for space marines

A company called Levitate Technologies has developed a fire-resistant upper body exoskeleton that’s capable of lowering exertion levels by up to 80 percent when you carry out manual work.
Emerging Tech

Intel’s new ‘neural network on a stick’ aims to unchain A.I. from the internet

To kick off its first developer conference in Beijing, Intel unveiled the second generation of its Neural Compute Stick -- a device that promises to democratize the development of computer vision A.I. applications.
Emerging Tech

Frogs regrow ‘paddle-like’ limbs when placed in a bioreactor

Frogs have partially regrown amputated limbs thanks to a bioreactor at Tufts University. By jump-starting tissue repair, the bioreactor helped the amphibians regenerate a bigger, more complete appendages than they usually do.
Emerging Tech

Prepare for liftoff: Here are all the important upcoming SpaceX rocket launches

From ISS resupply missions to a host of communication and scientific satellite launches, SpaceX has a busy year ahead. Here's a rundown of some of the company's most important missions slated for the next year.
Emerging Tech

China says it has developed a quantum radar that can see stealth aircraft

Chinese defense giant China Electronics Technology Group Corporation claims that it has developed a quantum radar that's able to detect even the stealthiest of stealth aircraft. Here's how it works.
Emerging Tech

Glass orb packs all the constellations in the night sky into fancy desk ornament

Ever wanted to know more about the star constellations? A stunning new Kickstarter campaign, taking the form of a fancy desk ornament that re-creates the night sky in a glass orb, aims to help.
Emerging Tech

Stronger than steel, thinner than paper, graphene could be the future of tech

Since its discovery, graphene has set the research world on fire. What exactly is it, though, and what could it mean for the future of tech? Here's everything you need to know about what could be the next supermaterial to take center stage.
Emerging Tech

The best drone photos from around the world

Most of today's drones come equipped with high-end cameras, which are quickly revolutionizing the world of aerial photography as we know it. Here are some of the best drone photos from around the world.
Emerging Tech

SpaceX makes rocketry look easy, sticks yet another Falcon 9 landing

SpaceX is due to perform its latest Falcon 9 rocket launch and landing on November 15 from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Here's how you can watch the proceedings live.