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DJ-inspired headphones, Beats Mixr, launched

Touted as the lightest and the loudest headphone ever, Beats Mixr headphones deliver meaty base thuds at extraordinarily high volume, ideal for pros warming up the party.

A product of a collaboration with DJ David Guetta to create a DJ-inspired headphone that delivers high-quality stereo sound with attacking base, Beats Mixr has been launched in the Philippines in eight variants.

Originally launched in standard black, red, and white colors, Beats Mixr is also now available in five striking colors: neon pink, neon blue, neon orange, neon green, and neon yellow. Touted as the lightest and the loudest headphone ever, Beats Mixr headphones deliver meaty base thuds at extraordinarily high volume, ideal for pros warming up the party.

Beats Mixr headphones are built to withstand the rigors of DJ life. It’s housing is flexible and tough enough to take a beating. The ultra-flexible headband was also crafted to be super lightweight and easily foldable for jetting off to various destinations. It comes in a slim form factor and ear cups that can swivel 180 degrees for both portability and one-ear listening ideal for studio and performance use.

Beats Mixr is retailed at P15,000.

To know more about Beats by Dr. Dre headphones, headsets, Bluetooth speakers and accessories, email marketing@msi-ecs.com.ph or call (+632) 6883180 to 83.

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