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Monster Miles Davis Tribute Jazz In-Ear Headphones (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

by Monster

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  • Technologically advanced driver for powerful full range sound
  • Special shaped housing
  • 24K gold contacts
  • Comes with Monster Supertip Eartips
  • Limited edition.
  • Model No. MH MLD IE
  • Stunning audio homage to Miles Davis & the sonic worlds he opened
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Technical Details

  • Microphone

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.2 x 6 x 9 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002TLUJB8
  • Item model number: MH MLD IE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 21, 2009

Product Description


How do you pay tribute to a legend? When that legend is jazz innovator and musical explorer Miles Davis, you do it the same way he did

Customer Reviews

The bass has some visceral vibration, that sounds clear like the instrument, and not muddled or overbearing in any way.
Richard Davis
If you are on a budget the E7 seems to be great too but i figured go for quality with a headphone like these and i was no disappointed in the end.
PT
Rock and electronically altered music sounds good on these, but where they really shine is Jazz, Classical, Acoustic, Voice, etc.
Jon Robert

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 42 people found the following review helpful By BraAd on July 20, 2010
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Ok so I thought it was important to provide a review of my own for these headphones because a. there are very few other reviews online for the Miles Davis Monster Turbines and b. the product really does deserve a typed out review.
First let me say that for a long time (like many others) I searched for the best pair of headphones money could buy, and these were the ones I ended up selecting. I began my search for new headphones (preferably ones that were in-ear) that provided excellent base response and to put it bluntly, sounded good. After gathering information and sampling the Beats by Dre (out and in-ear), Sony Bass Boost in-ear Headphones and the Etymotic ER6i Isolators, I was still not fully content. Eventually I arrived at the Monster Turbine Pros, and because I attempted to buy the best of the best, I leaned towards these babys. In all honesty, although I could not sample the Miles Davis Monster Turbines (pretty sure its impossible to unless a friend of yours owns them), I was too curious to let the chance of not hearing them slip by. So here's what I feel are the pros and cons for these headphones:

Pros:
- Sound quality is amazing. Ive noticed pianos and guitars especially sound extremely clear (almost like someone is playing right next to you).
- Built with a lot of sense. These headphones are not only sleek looking (gold-plated), but very durable. The cord functions to de-tangle on its own, and after about a month of using it, I cannot see any weak spots along the cord that are liable to break, tear or rip in the future.
- Ear tips are built for comfort. The rubber is "insulated" with some type of gel which conforms to the shape of the inside of your ear.
- Clarity of Bass Response.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By StevenK on January 24, 2011
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I have earphones and ear-buds from BOSE, SENNHEISER, ETYMOTIC, SHURE, and these MILES DAVIS TRIBUTES. Each of these has good qualities and are certainly worthy for your consideration - so much of listening pleasure is a subjective matter. For me, the MILES DAVIS TRIBUTES are above and beyond the others for the simple reason that I can listen at a relatively soft level and still hear all the nuances in the music. They come with a large selection of earpieces to custom fit them to your ear so that you get both sound isolation and comfort. I feel that there is something of a "burn-in" time for them to settle in to their full richness, but they are spectacular right out of the box. Close your eyes and you are there in the studio or on the stage with the musicians. The soundstage is stunningly accurate and ALL of the music is there to hear. I am hearing things in music I have listened to for years that I had not heard before. For reference purposes, when I am listening on speakers it is with BELLES electronics and MAGNAPLANER speakers. The MILES DAVIS TRIBUTES are simply wonderful. A bit pricey, but how many times have you paid less and not been satisfied after a short time listening. These are the opposite - they just keep getting richer!
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By hehe on September 2, 2012
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I purchased this item a year ago and i think i should write something.

First of all they sound amazing, crystal clear and far more better than beats collection from monster. I dumped my monster beat studio after i got this. However, its exterior beauty doesn't last long.

After a month's use, its golden painting falls off.
After 7 month's use, the tail of the earphone broken into two pieces.
After 9 month's use, the left ear no longer works anymore.

The funniest thing is, I live in Australia, so I first called Monster headphone office in America, and they told me to contact the monster shop in Australia, so I called Australia monster sales department and they told me that international purchase isn't covered and i should call AMAZON, and AMAZON says CONTACT MANUFACTURER.

HILARIOUS.

I don't recommend anyone to purchase this fragile and unmature work of MONSTER to anyone.
Consider some experienced manufaturer instead!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By pharaohomega on November 23, 2011
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Background:
I have a home recording studio and i freelance as a recording engineer.

Cons:
The only bad thing about these headphones is that the housing for the driver came apart but i put Gorilla glue on it and it solved the problem(if they break Monster will send you a new pair no questions). The graphics will start to come off with high usage.

Pros:
Great Warrenty, but didnt have to use it, ill wait till they really break to get my new pair! they come with about a million ear tips(more like 30) and they come with 3 carrying cases for transport and protection in you pocket or where ever you store them.

-Performance:
These are some special earbuds i heard things i have never heard before in songs ive listened to for years on an ipod. They are warm in the mid range, crip in the high hats and have a lot of volume with the base. Although i am an admit hiphop listener i love the fact that the base does not overpower the rest of the music. These are not hiphop earbuds. I found that when i listen to more live music songs vs synthesized music these earbuds are like non other.

Overall:
Overlooking there build issues which are offset by the warrenty. I could Mix and Master with these earbuds. Its that simple. They are that good and your going to pay for that quality cause they are expensive.
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