Monster Cable is never short on announcements. The company certainly did not disappoint at CEA Line Shows in New York City on June 22. First, Head Monster, Noel Lee, reinforced the company's commitment to the custom integration channel with a partnership with the Home Entertainment Source buying group, which will officially kick off at CEDIA EXPO 2011 with a wide range of exciting planned activities during the convention.
If you really like Tron, you’ll definitely dig the dock along with Monster’s other Tron headphones like the T1 and the special T1 Daft Punk edition. The Daft Punk Special Edition Premium headphones are extra sweet. Not only do they glow blue, they have Monster’s brand new High Definition Headphone
Monster this week hosted an event at the Gibson Showroom in New York City, where the company previewed some tracks from the upcoming "Bitches Brew 40th Anniversary Collector's Edition" by the late jazz legend Miles Davis.
Monster partners with Miles Davis' family to launch Tribute earbuds. We talk to Head Monster Noel Lee, as well as Miles' son, Erin Davis and Miles' nephew, Vince Wilburn, Jr. Plus, new cables and remotes.
By David Dritsas When it was realized that the Hi-Fi Show was no longer drawing the crowds it once had, organizers decided to redesign the show to address a larger audience, calling it the Home Entertainment Expo. But, despite its new name, the show retained its attention to the more esoteric areas of audio and, to some degree, video. Even so, there were still some companies that announced products which target both the audiophile and the general consumer audience. Sony used the show to continue promotion of its higher definition audio format, Super Audio CD (SACD). And while the format is gaining acceptance with the audiophile,