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Mix Master Mike has his own headphones via Skullcandy. Full press release below…..

Skullcandy extends its global audio assault with the unveiling of the Mix Master DJ headphone. In an unprecedented 16-month collaboration, these masterpieces were developed hand-in-hand with the world’s preeminent DJ Mix Master Mike of legendary hip-hop group Beastie Boys.

The Mix Master is the first headphone developed by and for the world’s most relentless DJ’s. New patented features include:

- Dual channel cue control when a single ear cup articulate, drive the entire mix into one ear.

- Ambidextrous audio inputs, so you can run your cord either ring or wrong handed.

- One-touch mute allowing you to silence the loud to check the crowd.

Serious to be the only headphone in a DH’s arsenal, and versatile enough to be the only headphone for your daily battle, other features include:

- Huge 50mm drives.

- Plush soft-touch ear pads.

- Extra cable with in-line mic and music control.

- Rugged 3-piece folding body constructed of ABS, polycarbonate, stainless steel and aluminum.

The Skullcandy Mix Master has fused the best in audio with the best in turnbalism, to create masterful sound, futuristic style and the most groundbreaking DJ headphone ever…in the words of Mix Master Mike, “The headphones are the truth”.

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2 Responses to "Skullcandy Announces Mix Master Mike DJ Headphones"
  • Machiventa says:

    Wow, I’m surprised he went with Skullcandy…. they’re considered garbage amongst audiophiles, although he and Skullcandy obviously aren’t targeting them.

  • Mike says:

    These look good to me. Cost $250 bucks.

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