David Guetta designs new headphones for Beats by Dre
Saturday 10 September 2011
If you want to channel your inner superstar DJ, you can now sport a pair of headphones with the David Guetta seal of approval: he just launched his own version of
Beats by Dr. Dre, with ear cups that swivel 180 degrees.
The Mixr headphones launched in Berlin this week and are soon on their way to the UK, Germany and France sometime next month. To get a pair, you'll need to shell out about €288. US sales date is not yet determined, said a Beats rep.
Dr. Dre has also paired with teen idol Justin Beiber to produce his own line of Dre-brand headphones. Other major stars to sign deals with Dre include Lady Gaga with Heartbeats in-ear headphones and Diddy with his Diddybeats headphones.
Other celebrities endorsing headphones include rap mogul Jay-Z, who has teamed with Skullcandy to release custom-designed headphones, the first joint venture between the audio company and Jay-Z's Roc Nation brand. Rap star Ludacris has also unveiled his signature line of headphones earlier this year.
Watch Guetta's video for "Little Bad Girl" featuring Taio Cruz and Ludacris: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ha5ujHnYXg
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