If you're shopping for a pair of headphones that attract a lot of attention, and like to listen to your music super loud, well these headphones would definitely do the job.
It's Justin Yu for CNET.
And this is the first look at the Monster 24K over ear headphones.
So these are actually DJ headphones, but the only thing that really sets them apart are the ear cups that rotate backwards to let DJs listen to their music.
While queueing up the next song.
Another thing i like about them is the detachable cable on the left ear cup that lets you replace the wire if it shorts out or if you need a longer one.
A coiled cable is included in the box for DJs and there's another one with a remote and microphone built into the wire that lets you control your smartphone.
These things do look pretty bulky, like a lot of Monster headphones.
But, you'll probably be really surprised at how light they really are.
And, they're pretty comfortable to wear for a while, too, thanks to the padding underneath the headband, and the cushy memory foam earcuffs.
In terms of performance, these things are great for anyone that listens to their music loudly, without distortion.
And you'll definitely get a lot of bass out of them, but not at the sacrifice to any of the other frequencies.
And you're also get much better performance on these compared to your stock earbuds.
You can read more details about this headphone on CNET.
But that's going to do it for this video.
I'm Justin Yu.
These are the Monster 24k DJ Headphones.
Thanks for watching.
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