Tuesday, February 22, 2011

2010 NBA All-Star Players Series Headphones

SInce I have now blogged about this years new SkullCandy NBA All-Star designed headphones, I thought I would show you last year's model for comparison. For the 2010 NBA All-Star game headphones, SkullCandy worked with professional DJ Mix Master Mike to develop a personalized headphone for each All-Star and their NBA team. The SkullCandy MMM headphones were first announced at the 2010 CES show and were given an upscale and professional packaging. What seemed interesting to me about these headphones is that they seem awfully similar to the Beats by Dre headphones that have become ever so popular. SkullCandy only sold 100 of each headphone to the public. They were sold out in the local Apple Store of each team in minutes. Although you probably missed out on the rare MMM All-Star headphones, SkullCandy is now selling a black edition of the Mix Master Mike headphones to the general public. I will review these headphones in the next few days.




1 comment:

Pratiksha Jadhav said...

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