Monster Turbine PRO High-Performance In-Ear Speakers (Gold) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- Model No. MH TRB-P IE GLD
- Pro speaker design with low mass, ultra-wide bandwidth driver for superior accuracy
- All-metal construction cancels unwanted resonance for pure sound
- Pro Sound Supertip with advanced construction provides maximum sound isolation. Pro strain relief
- This item is non-returnable.
- Pro speaker design with low mass, ultra-wide bandwidth driver for superior accuracy.
- All-metal construction cancels unwanted resonance for pure sound.
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|Item Dimensions||6 x 2.25 x 9 in||162 x 4.65 x 96 in||7 x 3 x 2 in||8.5 x 1.5 x 6.5 in||1.12 x 2.5 x 5.8 in||8.6 x 6.69 x 0.79 in|
|Additional Features||tangle-free-cord||foldable, tangle-free-cord||lightweight||Type: In-Ear / Color: Titanium / Cable Length: 1.25 m (4 ft) / Plug: 3.5 mm Gold Plated / Wired Materials: Enameled Copper Wire, Frequency Range: 20-40,000 Hz / Sensitivity: 99 dB / Impedance: 32 Ω / Rated Power: 5 mW / Weight: 18 g||lightweight||lightweight|
MONSTER 129393 Monster Turbine Pro Gold Audiophile In-Ear Speakers
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|Rediscover Your Music with Turbine Copper Pros |
Color, dynamics, nuance – these are just some of the characteristics that define and distinguish music and musical performances. Attention to such details can mean the difference between an exhilarating experience and a forgettable one. When designing Turbine Pro Copper professional in-ear speakers, Monster took painstaking attention to all the details, using the finest components and wiring to an advanced in-ear speaker design to ensure that all the musical details come through with unprecedented beauty, energy and accuracy. Like the finest studio monitor, with Turbine Pro Coppers the natural timbres of instruments and voices are presented with startling accuracy. Heaven-storming symphonic works or the subtle dynamic shadings of an acoustic trio are reproduced in exceptional detail. Expect waves of rich yet transparent sound, never dull or artificial. Ultimately, Turbine Pro Coppers preserve the ultimate value of the sound and the music – the sound of music itself. Prepare to be lifted by the sound like never before.
And your music can move with you, too! Two soft, velvet-like pouches, that fit easily in a shirt pocket, are included to cradle and protect the Turbines when not in use. You can carry a set of reference-quality speakers with you wherever you go! And if you think in-ear headphones are uncomfortable, wait until you wear Turbine Pro Coppers for the first time. An assortment of five different ear tips ensures the Turbine Pro Coppers not only stay in your ear when in use, but sit softly and comfortably in the ear for hours of effortless listening. These are not just tips, but “SuperTips,” carefully designed to keep outside noise from interfering with the music. Our design simply makes makes listening much better.Turbine Pro Coppers are all about the music, and that's what you'll hear more of.
True studio quality, reference sound from an in-ear speaker sets Monster Turbine Copper Pro apart
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I bought the Golds 3 years ago (Oct, 2010) and have used them nearly every day since. They sound as good as the day I bought them (though, imho, they do benefit from burn-in). Make sure you are getting the proper seal, aren't collapsing the diaphragm, etc. Poke around the HeadFi website for a while if you don't know what I'm talking about.
The main con, and why I knocked off a star: Construction. The casing is glued together and has come undone on both headphones. The little rubber pieces that go over the wire and attach to the bottom of the casing (sorry, not familiar with technical term) have broken off of the casing and gradually fall down the wire. Now, keep in mind, Monster offers a lifetime replacement warranty. I haven't sent mine in yet because they sound and fit just as good as they did when I first bought them. When one side shorts out, I'll send them off.
Is spending nearly $300 on IEMs crazy? Maybe. But I look at it this way - I've spent at least that much on cellphones over the last 3 years. Like most electronics, they quickly become obsolete. These headphones are going to sound just as good or better than the latest and greatest 10 years from now. The only question is whether or not they will function for that long, but given the lifetime warranty I would say there is a good chance.