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Monster Introduces DNA Pro Wireless Over-Ear Stereo Headphones at CES 2014

Monster, the world leader in personal audio, is proud to introduce the most sophisticated addition to the DNA headphone family, the DNA Pro Wireless ( #MonsterDNA ) over-ear headphones at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The DNA headphone family was launched with the promise of a new "forward" thinking design and sound in 2012. The DNA Pro Wireless push this vision even further, adding advanced wireless Bluetooth capabilities, Active Noise Cancellation, USB Digital audio and a buttonless touch-sensing user interface that is ideal for today's tech-savvy music lovers.

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Leveraging the acclaimed acoustics of the DNA Pro Over Ear headphone, Monster's DNA Pro Wireless headphones redefines how music can be heard and enjoyed through mobile phones and media players. Featuring advanced Bluetooth capability with embedded AAC for iOS devices and APT-X for near-lossless wireless sound in Android devices. Designed by Head Monster Noel Lee, Pure Monster Sound™ uses Monster’s latest proprietary technologies to offer the full experience of live music with extreme clarity, tight articulation and deep pounding bass that motivates to achieve at the highest level of performance. Pure Monster Sound produces crystal clear phone conversations and unmatched wireless music performance.

In addition to incredible wireless sound, the DNA Pro Wireless headphones also features a pure bypass mode via USB Direct Digital Audio for purists who want a wired connection to produce the uncompromised audio that has made the first DNA Pro headphone so highly regarded on HeadFi.com. The user can go wired with noise cancellation for the cleanest audio reproduction straight from the source. This USB connection also simultaneously charges the device.

Head Monster, Noel Lee noted, “Monster is committed to producing the clearest, most incredible audio possible. The DNA Pro Wireless represents the ideal union of ultimate convenience and the latest audio technology.”

The super comfortable over-ear design of the DNA Pro Wireless offers a superb listening experience. The compact headphones fold away neatly and thanks to a special hinge that automatically shuts down the power when the user collapses the headphone and re-engages power when opened (patent pending). In addition, the Bluetooth function turns on as soon as you unfold the device, and a revolutionary sensor built into the earcup automatically switches the active noise cancellation on as soon as you put it on. Available in the second quarter of 2014, the DBA Pro Wireless headphones will retail for $449.95.

ABOUT MONSTER

For the past 35 years, Monster has been a catalyst for innovation and big ideas. Discovering that cables in hi-fi systems influenced the sound, Head Monster Noel Lee developed Monster Cable® - an immediate hit. Monster engineered the sound of Beats® headphones, and has since become the world’s leading manufacturer of high-performance headphones, all featuring Pure Monster Sound™ technology. Today, the company offers advanced connectivity solutions for professional musicians, home entertainment, computing, mobile and gaming, as well as high performance AC Power and conditioning products. Monster continues to lead in innovation with over 662 patents worldwide and 100 pending, offering more than 5,000 products in over 160 countries. Monster also prides itself in helping those who are in less-than-fortunate circumstances through Monster Cares®. Above all, Monster does what it does Because The Music Matters.

Explore the world of Monster at www.monsterproducts.com. To become a fan of Monster® products, please follow us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/monsterproducts) or Twitter (www.twitter.com/monsterproducts).

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