Monster Turbine PRO High-Performance In-Ear Speakers (Gold) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
- 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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|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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Top Customer Reviews
Outer packaging is eye-catching but not "busy." Technical information is presented in a relatively clear and concise manner.
Inner packaging is mostly excellent. The gold housings stand out in a very eye-catching manner against the black molded plastic. The included carrying cases are very nice, though I would have preferred a more traditional mechanical snap closing on the purse-style case. My iPod is a hard-drive based model, and I'm rather leery of having magnetic closures around it in my luggage.
Extracting the inner tray in order to get to the manual, 1/4" adapter and extra ear tips is a bit aggravating the first time. Once the plastic had been flexed a bit, it seemed much easier to remove. This is nice, as it allows the heavy box to be used to store the IEMs when not in use.
The only negative note on the packaging/accessories is the "for audiophiles & audio professionals only" tag line printed on one case. It's a bit over the top and unnecessary, in my opinion.
Cable management/accessories: B+
The inclusion of a cable management clip is an excellent touch. No headphones I've owned at any price point included anything similar. Similarly, the cable slide is a nice way to keep a big loop of loose wire from snagging on things if you're moving around.
The gold-plated 1/4" adapter is a very high-quality part, comparable to the one included with my Audio Technicas. One thing that I would have liked to see included is a dual-miniplug adapter for those odd airline seat connections. My ATH-ANC7s came with one, and it's handy for traveling on those airliners with that type of connection.
Also, the cable is a bit short.Read more ›
When I first received them, the headphones started falling apart after the first two weeks. Initially one of the earphones would only output a very very low volume while the other was fine and soon after that both earphones started to break apart at the cable joint. I called customer support and they asked me to ship in the earphones for replacement within 3 weeks. I did and then for more than 3 months went through torture as Monster refused to provide me with any estimated time for resolution. I live in Australia so calling customer support means staying up till 2 am on a week night. I had to do this many times as Monster sis not even once respond to my many emails. When I was able to get them on the phone [1 hour waiting time on average] the only answer I ever got was that they were out of stock and did not know when they will be able to provide me with a replacement [all this time MTPCs were being sold with plenty of available stock through many retailers]. Request for a refund got me transferred to a "manager" who never got on the line after an additional hour and a half of waiting on the line [this all from a phone call from Australia at 3 am in the morning]
Finally they sent my a replacement set and these sounded good for 2 months but now the left earphone is coming apart and has a very pronounced buzzing noise which makes it unusable.Read more ›
Bass response. I love organ music - and organ music sometimes has deep bass that (almost) no other recorded music approaches. For example, on some of the recordings of the Saint-Saëns 3rd Symphony (the "Organ Symphony") there are fundamental tones as low as 16Hz. No home speaker system will reproduce these accurately at reasonable volume without a subwoofer - at least, none that I know of. You might get a "doubling" of the fundamental tone (2nd harmonic) at a fairly high level at 32Hz, and think you're hearing the right note, but you're not. In fact, you can't really "hear" it - you more or less "feel" it. My Sennheiser HD600 headphones can hint fairly strongly at the deepest notes, but you're not going to feel like you're in a concert hall with a massive organ moving enough air to lift you out of your seat. The Coppers, uniquely in my experience, actually got the tone and timbre, the shear majesty of the music, right. I've heard this performed live a few times in a concert hall that had an organ that could perform this piece the way the composer wanted - and the Coppers made me feel like I was back there. I tried many IEM's before I tried these, and none of them came close in the really, really deep bass department. Which makes me all the sadder (see below.)
Impact (transient response, speed, whatever you want to call it.) Wow. No, wait a second... *WOW* Sit in a small club with a rock band. Sit close. Wince when the drummer starts letting loose. *THWACK* and you blink and jump back a bit in your seat.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are some really nice in ear speakers. They are higher priced, but the sound quality is awesome. They are sturdy, look nice and most importantly they sound great. Read morePublished 3 months ago by JR
sound amazing, but so fragile. I used every day and I don't mistreat them at all, but after 4 or 5 months the left ear no longer works anymore. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Luis A. Criollo
I'm so disappointed w/ this product I have 10 dollar ear buds that work I wish I could return themPublished 9 months ago by ric walker
I had a pair of these for two years and they were amazing! Over time they reduced themselves to a $10 cheopo set. I thought it was my fault as I took them into the sauna. WRONG! Read morePublished 17 months ago by Steve Depraida