Beats by Dr. Dre Red Sox Edition Headphones
Beats by Dr. Dre has been making waves for some time now, with legendary artist and producer Dr. Dre being the brains behind this marketing move that has added some more Benjamins into his coffer over the years. Well, Beats by Dr. Dre has now teamed up with Interscope Geffen A&M Chairman Jimmy Iovine, and Monster, a global leader in audio/video accessories, to bring a Major League Baseball addition to the market – we’re talking about the Boston Red Sox, where fans of the baseball team will be able to check out “Beats by Dr. Dre Red Sox Edition Headphones” from Monster. This new pair of headphones will boast official Boston Red Sox team colors and insignia, and is historical simply because it is the first pair of Major League Baseball licensed Beats by Dr. Dre headphones that was created for a sports team while being made available to the general public.
To commemorate the launch of Red Sox Edition headphones, the Beats By Dr. Dre team (which comprises of Dr. Dre himself, Jimmy Iovine, and Head Monster Noel Lee and special guests) recently joined the Red Sox at Fenway Park for an Opening Night announcement. The headphones can be picked up from regional Best Buy and Apple store outlets as well as other select retailers for a recommended retail price of $399.95. Not cheap, we know, but then again being a fan of any sports is hardly pocket-friendly, either. If you’re a Red Sox fan for so many years, how much have you spent on its merchandise to date? Surely it is much more than the $399.95 figure quoted, no?
Similar to all other Beats by Dr. Dre models, “Beats by Dr. Dre Red Sox Edition Headphones from Monster” was specially designed to offer consumers with an unprecedented level of headphone audio performance, boasting extreme clarity, deep bass and full power. It will see the combination of advanced materials, sophisticated construction, extra large drivers, and a powerful digital amplifier, making sure you are able to enjoy clear vocals, detailed highs, and super low, deep bass. Apart from that, it will also recreate the quietness of an isolated recording studio listening experience thanks to powered ambient noise-isolation. Any takers?