|Headset (integrated/enclosed microphone)||yes|
|Colour of product|
|Frequency range||20 - 20000|
|Diaphragm diameter||1.5 in|
Monster, one of the biggest names in audio, has just teamed up with Nick Cannon to produce the NCredible line of headphones, featuring the NTune On-Ears. While Monster's not trying to compete with themselves per
A Monster that breaks the mold
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Monster's NCredible NTune headphones make a bold claim of "headphones with attitude," but is it the right sort of attitude for your tracks, or would you be better off buying headphones with personality, instead?
Read our review of Monster's N-Tune headphones—a more affordable alternative to Beats Solos—and enter to win a free pair of N-Tunes from GeekDad and Monster.
If you are looking for a pair of headphones with plenty of bass, bright colors and the Monster name, AND you want something for under $150, you'll want to check out the Monster N-Tune On-Ear
The Monster lineup boasts a less costly headphone option in the Ncredible N-Tune, but does this headset still pack the premium sound users are used to from the audio company?
A pair of small on ear <b>headphones</b> from a quality name <b>Monster</b>, these were sent to me to review from the QVC TV channel. So what have these <b>headphones</b> to offer well first of all the price is somewhat less than you might expect.
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