Friday, August 2nd 2013

SMS Audio Launches STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired Headphones

SMS Audio, LLC, a premier audio headphone and accessories brand from Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, is excited to announce the availability of its new STREET by 50 Over-Ear Active Noise Control (ANC) Wired headphones. The innovative headphones are the ideal solution for users who want to eliminate unwanted ambient noise while on an airplane, at the office or other loud environments.

Featuring active noise cancellation technology, professionally tuned 40 mm drivers and soft leather memory foam ear cushion, the STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired headphones deliver superior studio grade audio while blocking outside noise allowing users to enjoy music the way the artist intended without outside noise seeping in.

Designed to withstand the everyday pressures of traveling, the exceptionally durable STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired headphones, boast soft leather memory foam cushion earcups, an adjustable headband and up to 70 hours of play time. For enhanced flexibility, the headphones are designed to work with or without the active noise cancellation technology, never leaving the user without their music. The foldable STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired headphones also come with a removable cable with 3 click microphone, soft touch cleaning cloth, micro USB charging cable, airplane adaptor and hard shell carrying case for easy transport.

"I have spent a long time searching for a great pair of headphones that not only deliver great sound quality, but that also are durable and comfortable enough during my extensive travels," said 50 Cent, CEO of SMS Audio. "That's why we created the STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired headphones with active noise cancellation technology. Not only do they deliver the best in studio mastered sound, but they are also tough enough to withstand extensive traveling while providing a secure and comfortable fit for hours of listening enjoyment."

The STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired headphones with active noise cancellation technology are available in cool silver or shadow black for $279.95 at www.SMSAudio.com.
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15 Comments on SMS Audio Launches STREET by 50 Over-Ear ANC Wired Headphones

#1
silapakorn
Misleading name is misleading.
I though the number 50 represents the size of sound driver used.
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#2
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
By 50 would mean 50 cent.
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#3
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
"Dr Dre made some crap headphones and made loadsa monies, so why cant I?"
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#4
Rowsol
by: RCoon
"Dr Dre made some crap headphones and made loadsa monies, so why cant I?"
Pretty much, and the price shows. I'll take some M50's thanks.
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#5
xxdozer322
w000000t free Pauly D poster!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#6
AsRock
TPU addict
by: silapakorn
Misleading name is misleading.
I though the number 50 represents the size of sound driver used.
Nope only 40mm LOL.. And i did not see any specs on them and they want what the hell is that $279.95 GGTFOOH....

Feel sorry for those people who actually buy these.

by: Rowsol
Pretty much, and the price shows. I'll take some M50's thanks.
Me too i bet they have some nice base with them too.
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ShockG
by: RCoon
"Dr Dre made some crap headphones and made loadsa monies, so why cant I?"
Er no...
As tech enthusiasts we pretty much like to be anti pop culture because for some reason we believe it's cool. Regardless. Dr.Dre didn't' make any headphones, the deal between him and Monster was a branding and marketing one, not RnD. Nothing changed about Monster headsets from what they had before. The branding/marketing exercise simply enticed more people to buy higher end cans that's all.
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RCoon
Gaming Moderator
by: ShockG
Er no...
As tech enthusiasts we pretty much like to be anti pop culture because for some reason we believe it's cool. Regardless. Dr.Dre didn't' make any headphones, the deal between him and Monster was a branding and marketing one, not RnD. Nothing changed about Monster headsets from what they had before. The branding/marketing exercise simply enticed more people to buy higher end cans that's all.
I'm not sure they're higher end cans, as no DJ in my town or the surrounding area in places like Lincoln use them, and they outright refuse to use them.
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#9
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: ShockG
Er no...
As tech enthusiasts we pretty much like to be anti pop culture because for some reason we believe it's cool. Regardless. Dr.Dre didn't' make any headphones, the deal between him and Monster was a branding and marketing one, not RnD. Nothing changed about Monster headsets from what they had before. The branding/marketing exercise simply enticed more people to buy higher end cans that's all.
Umm they sucked before they suck now and they will continue to suck. They sound like someone took a normal set of headphones and just added garbage subwoofers.
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#10
ShockG
Most gaming headphones and just regular ones people use are not $200 USD or more, they are usually less than $100, so yeah these would qualify as higher end headphones. Nobody said they were great, they are not going to compete with those audiophile headphones, but they may provide better audio than $100 headphones.
It's the Dr.Dre made... rhetoric that I don't agree with. It's not true, he didn't make anything. Neither did 50 with SMS audio. It's amazing though how critical we are of these headphones when the vast majority of gaming headphones are absolute rubbish.
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Wile E
Power User
by: ShockG
Er no...
As tech enthusiasts we pretty much like to be anti pop culture because for some reason we believe it's cool. Regardless. Dr.Dre didn't' make any headphones, the deal between him and Monster was a branding and marketing one, not RnD. Nothing changed about Monster headsets from what they had before. The branding/marketing exercise simply enticed more people to buy higher end cans that's all.
They also doubled the price of those cans because of the branding. $200 beats have good sound quality for sure, but they only match the $100 offerings of most competitors.

My problem is not with the image or branding, it's with the price for the performance you get.
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#13
m1dg3t
I wouldn't put these on my turd before i flushed it! :cool: Besides, IF i wanted wireless Beats, i'd buy wireless Beats! :laugh:

Has anyone seen/heard 50 cent, live in concert? :roll::roll::roll::roll:
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#14
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
by: ShockG
Most gaming headphones and just regular ones people use are not $200 USD or more, they are usually less than $100, so yeah these would qualify as higher end headphones. Nobody said they were great, they are not going to compete with those audiophile headphones, but they may provide better audio than $100 headphones.
It's the Dr.Dre made... rhetoric that I don't agree with. It's not true, he didn't make anything. Neither did 50 with SMS audio. It's amazing though how critical we are of these headphones when the vast majority of gaming headphones are absolute rubbish.
That's a bold faced lie. There are more than a dozen different set of headphones between $50 and $150 that offer substantially better sound quality than beats. It sounds like you own a pair and are defending them. They suck get over it.
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#15
xvi
Do I have to say "Fiddy" or can I talk like a normal person?
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