Monster Launches ClarityHD Model One Loudspeakers

Typically when it comes to Monster’s products, we usually associate it with headphones and in-ear headphones, which was popularized in no small part by the Beats by Dr Dre series of headphones. Well now it looks like Monster is looking to gain the same amount of popularity (or notoriety) in the loudspeaker market with the introduction of their ClarityHD Model One loudspeakers.

Each speaker comes built with 6.5-inch bass drivers with 4-layer voice coils which, according to Monster, provides “deep extended low end response”  and with their proprietary soft-dome tweeters “for smooth articulate highs with superior inner detail.” The speakers also come with a variety of inputs which is supposed to accommodate almost every consumer audio or video source including professional recording and DJ equipment as well. It also comes with an iPod dock and mini-jack input for smartphones and other MP3 players.

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As it stands, the speakers are available in either automotive grade gloss yellow or red for now, with more colors supposedly coming this fall. True to the rest of their products, these Monster speakers will most likely be featuring loud and striking colors. Price of these speakers will set you back $749.95 for a pair, and considering how much the Monster headphones cost, these do seem like a steal.

If you’re looking to get your hands on these speakers, they will start shipping mid-July.

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