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CES 2010: Lady Gaga, Monster and Beats by Dre

When we learned that Monster were to team up with Lady Gaga and Beats by Dr. Dre, you knew that we were in for a treat. At the start of the CES 2010 event yesterday a set of new headphones was launched the Special Edition Beats Solo Headphones. What makes them even better is the fact that $5 from each pair sold will go to the Global AIDS fund.

Whenever a consumer electronics maker produces a red version of their device, most offer money to the AIDS fund, such as the Red iPod Nano. These limited edition headphones still offer superb sound quality, capturing all the sonic detail in the music, just how you were meant to hear it.

Most headphones on the market are unable to reproduce the rich and full sound of most digital music tracks, but Beats by Dr. Dre have been able to do just that. These latest headphones have been designed for those who live an active lifestyle and being compact makes it easier to carry around with you.

These Special Edition Beats Solo Headphones comes packed with a host of features, such as Monster’s “ControlTalk,” this offers the users full control while listing to music on their Apple iPhone 3GS, and most iPod devices. The headphone cable even comes with an in-line mic allowing you to answer calls.

The Special Edition Beats Solo Headphones in conjunction with Monster will cost $229.95 when released in the early part of February.

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