Monday, December 3rd 2012

SOL REPUBLIC Launches Its Virtually Indestructable Headphones Across Europe

Committed to changing the world one listener at a time, SOL REPUBLIC launched its unique line of headphones today across Europe. Delivering innovation in sound, style and durability, SOL REPUBLIC offers amazing headphones for every music lover.

SOL REPUBLIC assembled an industry-leading team of designers and engineers to create its one-of-a-kind headphones from the ground up. Featuring FlexTech technology, SOL REPUBLIC headphones are virtually indestructible and completely interchangeable with swappable cables and headbands.


"SOL REPUBLIC is an acronym for Soundtrack Of Life because we believe music is the soundtrack of everyone's life and when music sounds better, you feel better," said Scott Hix, co-founder & President, SOL REPUBLIC. "We're committed to creating superior-sounding headphones that allow you to express your personal style."

In the past year, SOL REPUBLIC has partnered with more than 200 Saviors Of Sound – a select group of global DJs, musicians and artists who share the same passion and connection to music as SOL REPUBLIC and its fans.

SOL REPUBLIC headphones come in a range of on-ear and in-ear styles, including three different levels of on-ear sound performance. The standard models include the on-ear Tracks (£79.99), Tracks HD (£99.99), Tracks Ultra (£149.99), in-ear Amps (£49.99), and the Amps HD (£79.99), all of which are available in many color options featuring groundbreaking design and SOL REPUBLIC's uniquely superior sound signature. In addition, SOL REPUBLIC offers design collaborations, such as its newly launched design with music producer deadmau5 and the Michael Phelps' inspired Tracks HD Anthem.

SOL REPUBLIC headphones are available at the finest retailers in Europe, including The Apple Store and Dixons Travel. For additional information, please visit SOLREPUBLIC.com.
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8 Comments on SOL REPUBLIC Launches Its Virtually Indestructable Headphones Across Europe

#1
Shinshin
Give me one and I'll happily check if the claims are true! ;)
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#2
HossHuge
The problem on most headsets/headphones is usually with the connecter (e.g. 3.5mm jack) not the actual headset itself.
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#3
Depth
I don't think I've heard of any headsets that would survive being launched across a continent, "indestructible" seems to have been a high priority in development.
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#4
tacosRcool
Now the next question is, is sound quality good?
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#5
badtaylorx
so they put this thing in a rocket, launched it from one end of europe to the other, just to test its "inscrutability"???

changeable cable is good tho.....i always lose my headphones to the NewEngland winters...
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#6
m1dg3t
I love marketing! :D
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#7
Totally
Not really indestructible, they just made every part that normally breaks though and/or easily replaceable.
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