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Ludacris Collaborates with Signeo USA for Personal Audio Products Line




Signeo USA, manufacturer of pro and consumer audio, has announced the worldwide launch of personal audio products - SOUL by Ludacris®. In a collaborative effort with the Grammy winning artist Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, the SOUL® brand kicks off with an initial 5-model line-up of high definition headphones that offer the sound quality of a professional headphone within a stylized design.

 

"It was important to our team to create a collection of audio concepts that not only delivers a powerful and precise listening experience, but also embodies the kind of style people look for in a nice pair of sunglasses or even a sports car", said Bob Bonefant, Executive Director of Signeo USA. "Ludacris is a perfect partner for us as he is the consummate individualist and has such a talent for infusing a distinct style into everything he does."

The SOUL by Ludacris line debuts with the High Definition Professional SL300 Powered Noise Cancelling headphone, High Definition On-Ear models SL150 and SL100, and the SE99 and SE49 High Definition In-Ear headphones. The entire line contains professionally voiced sound technology with advanced circuitry and drivers designed by a team of high-profile engineers. Elements such as noise cancellation technology and ultra precise audio mix balancing deliver deep bass without sacrificing clarity of mids and highs to provide a listening experience fit for a wide audience that reaches the business traveler, the casual music lover, the pro musician or the audiophile. 

 
The new line is scheduled to hit retail shelves nationwide in early 2011. To learn more, click here:

 

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