Two new Marc Ecko headphones doused in bright colors

Mark Ecko beefs up its UNLTD.SOUND series of streetwear headphones with two new over-ears blasted in bright colors.

Mark Ecko Exhibit over-ear headphones GriffinPR

Mark Ecko beefs up its Unltd.Sound series of streetwear headphones with two new over-ears blasted with bright colors.

Marc Ecko Link Bluetooth headphones GriffinPR

The company today announced the Exhibit headphones that make bold statements in green, blue, red, gray, and white. The guts feature standard 40mm drivers but the presser makes no mention of an in-line remote control to control music on smartphones, which sounds irritating for users that prefer to keep their devices in a backpack or tucked away in a pocket.

The bright designs of the Exhibit headphones are inspired and extended to Ecko's matching CE accessories that include a range of $20 "slim-fit" rubber cases for the Apple iPhone 4 and 4S.

For users seeking to cut the wire altogether, Ecko offers the new Link, a headset equipped with Bluetooth 2.1 that builds in a microphone for hands-free conversation and track navigation buttons directly on the ear cup. A lithium-ion rechargeable battery keeps them juiced on for about 100 hours of standby time or 6 hours of music playback.

Both the $39 Exhibit and $110 Link headphones are available now.

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Justin Yu covers headphones and peripherals for CNET. When he's not wading through Web gulch or challenging colleagues to typing tests, you can find him making fun of technology with Jeff Bakalar every afternoon on The 404 show.

 

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