Monster Cable has rolled out its latest in-ear Turbine Pro earphones that supposedly boast “reference” level audio, although they did not release any further specifications to back up that claim. We do know that the Turbine Pro will come with a custom-designed ear tip design that ought to offer superior insulation from the outside world compared to Monster’s previous design. Those who are comfortable with the older ear tips will find a set of those in the box, just in case. You can opt for copper- or rose gold-colored versions. You can pick up the standard version of the Turbine Pro set for $300, while forking out another $30 will net you an edition which comes with an in-line mic and remote combo.
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