British DJ and producer Calvin Harris has put his name to the sytlish cans, which are meant to deliver prefessional-grade audio through the firm’s new XC Sound Engine. The result should be deep, low-end bass complimented by a stronger mid-range and extended high notes.
The headphones will be launching worldwide in October for $249.99. Keep your eyes locked on The Next Web – we’ll have an in-depth review of the Master Tracks XC up in the next few days.
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