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That Monster and Dr. Dre have teamed up to produce "Beats", their inny / outie earphone line is not news. After all, the partnership has been doing well for years now. But we thought you should see what the well-dressed ear is wearing this season... and from whose ears these phones are hanging. So, when celebs are walking the red carpet at the next Grammys or Academy Awards, the question "Who are you wearing?" may take on an entirely different meaning.
 Beats LeBron james
 
 
 
 
Powerbeats : For the Athlete  MSRP $169.95
Beats teamed up with 2009 and 2010 NBA MVP LeBron James to develop a new sports and lifestyle headphone. The unique sports design directs sound with secure comfort and is sweat resistant and extremely durable. Heck, don’t be surprised if LeBron wears ‘em on the court at his next game…
 
Beats Pro: For Musicians and DJs MSRP $449.95
Professional headphone tailored for music lovers, producers, engineers and musicians. Both ear cups swivel back for greater artistic freedom and flexibility. Features include ambient noise-isolation capabilities and a tangle-free cord.
 
 Beats Pro headphones
 
Justbeats: For Pop Music Fans On-the-Go  MSRP Over-Ear $199.95   In-Ear $119.95
Teen heartthrob Justin Bieber teamed up with Beats to create the first high-performance headphone specifically aimed at “opening the ears” of young music fans. Available in stylish purple, Justin’s favorite color.
 
 JustBeats In-Ear Phones
 
 
 
 
 
 JustBeats Over Ear Phones
 iBeats: For the iPhone/iPad User  MSRP $119.95
The next step in the evolution from the basic everyday earbud. High-performance and light-weight for active lifestyles.
 IBeats In-Ear Phones
 
 
 
 
Monster Turbine Pearl In-Ear Speakers: For the Music Loving Fashionista  MSRP $229.95
The worlds of fashion and high fidelity collide with this latest addition to the Turbine family. Pearl-like iridescent housing is designed to deliver “big speaker sound wherever you go”.
 
 Beats Fashionista In-Ear Phones
 
 
 

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