Skullcandy releases Mix Master Mike DJ headphones

Skullcandy has released their headphones inspired and co-developed with “the Serial Wax Killer”, the scratch machine, 3-time world DJ champion and working with Beastie Boys –  DJ Mix Master Mike.

Skyllcandy says that hey worked together with Mike almost 18-months to create these headphones. They have lightweight 3-piece folding body constructed from ABS, polycarbonate, stainless steel and aluminum. The power comes from a propriety 50mm Mylar Neodymium drivers approved by Mix Master Mike with frequency response of 20-20K Hz and impedance of 100 ohms, backed by plush soft-touch “Encore” ear pads. DJ features continue with twin audio inputs, one-touch mute button and dual channel cue control, so when a single ear cup articulates, drives the entire mix to one ear.

SkullCandy DJ Mix Master Mike Headphones

The DJ headphones also come with interchangeable PU coil cable with in-line mic and music control, a gold-plated 3.5mm jack and a handy zippered carrying case.

Of course, they ain’t cheap and will cost you  $249.95

Mix Master Mike what cha got to say…

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