Thursday, March 21st 2013

SOL REPUBLIC Announces x Steve Aoki Tracks HD headphones

Committed to changing the world one listener at a time, SOL REPUBLIC today announced the launch of its SOL REPUBLIC x Steve Aoki Tracks HD headphones, the world's first headphones produced in collaboration with Steve Aoki, globally renowned Electronic Dance Music (EDM) artist, DJ, record producer and founder of Dim Mak Records. A dizzying combination of black and white stripes with an aqua-blue Aoki silhouette, these new SOL REPUBLIC headphones mirror one of the craziest and most energetic DJs in the world.

Kevin Lee, SOL REPUBLIC co-founder and CEO, was excited to share that, "Steve as a producer makes the kind of music that blows your mind, as a performer he is out of his mind, and his fans love him for it. He was our first Savior of Sound and we're thrilled to make a headphone that looks as crazy as Steve truly is."

Steve Aoki notes, "SOL REPUBLIC Aokified the signature Tracks HD headphones that I wear on stage at every show. I've been a fan of SOL REPUBLIC since even before they launched and I'm pretty excited about the energy and love they put into this product because it's exactly what I'd want a headphone that I wear during my shows to look and sound like."

EDM screams high energy and Aoki's Tracks HD headphone celebrate his unique craziness. SOL REPUBLIC x Steve Aoki Tracks HD headphones offer a powerful audio experience along with a one-of-a-kind headband design that's completely interchangeable with the full line of SOL REPUBLIC Remix headbands and cables, available in five fashion-derived colors. Thanks to SOL REPUBLIC's leading-edge V10 Sound Engines, they also provide an awesome listening experience that's perfect for Aoki's signature beats, bumps and drops. With deep, balanced bass, and crisp, high-clarity vocals, you can feel the full power and emotion in all your music.

The SOL REPUBLIC x Steve Aoki Tracks HD headphones are available now at solrepublic.com/aoki, nationwide at FYE stores and at the top tastemaker shops, like Colette in Paris, around the world for an MSRP of $149.99.
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9 Comments on SOL REPUBLIC Announces x Steve Aoki Tracks HD headphones

#1
micropage7

the image somehow reminds me of "the ring"
can they make it just geometric pattern than it?
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#2
Prima.Vera
When you thing nothing can be gayer than a pink headset, they just release a zebra stripe one....
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#3
D4S4
crazy lol, talk about fabricating an image. you can't reap that much cash if you're crazy, quite the contrary.
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#5
remixedcat
Aoki's a douchebag. him and : poop : & : poop : piss lots of EDM fans off. Seriously when a trance project features those two ass clowns then that means war. PM me if you wanna know more about why I'm mad about this.
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#6
Xzibit
Wait how come he gets headphones ?

Where are the Fat Boy Slims
Tiestos
Hardwells
Aviicis
Afrojacks
Calvin Harris
Swedish House Mafia
Zedd
Showtek
I can name many more from the 90s to present but just makes me look old.

I guess you do songs with Zuper Blaqh (Will I Am) and you've made it.
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#7
remixedcat
Xzibit said:
Wait how come he gets headphones ?

Where are the Fat Boy Slims
Tiestos
Hardwells
Aviicis
Afrojacks
Calvin Harris
Swedish House Mafia
Zedd
Showtek
I can name many more from the 90s to present but just makes me look old.

I guess you do songs with Zuper Blaqh (Will I Am) and you've made it.
All those are crap. Pop-house crap. Not real EDM. :(
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#8
D4S4
yup. exactly why they should have a headphone.
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#9
DaveK
Xzibit said:
Wait how come he gets headphones ?

Where are the Fat Boy Slims
Tiestos
Hardwells
Aviicis
Afrojacks
Calvin Harris
Swedish House Mafia
Zedd
Showtek
I can name many more from the 90s to present but just makes me look old.

I guess you do songs with Zuper Blaqh (Will I Am) and you've made it.
Tiesto is a sell out, he stopped producing trance for house as it was more mainstream. None of those guys have done anything memorable like people did back in the 90s. Showtek moved from hardstyle to progressive house which was a bigger douche move than Tiesto as hardstyle was something unique. I like all the producers above, but this whole headphone thing has gone downhill since Beats by Dre. Put it this way, get some quality Sennheiser cans or if you DJ, some Pioneer cans. End of. I also hate how it's "cool" to wear headphones in public, 3 years ago you'd look like a freak with anything but earphones.
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