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Beats Executive Headphones

Want to bask in the lush bass of Beats, but find the bright, highly-visible plastic bodies a little too flashy? Say hello to Beats Executive Headphones ($TBA). As the name might suggest, the Executive skips the plastic for a decidedly more high-end look, with brushed metal finishes on the lower stems and earcups and fine leather on the band — black and silver are the only colors you'll find — while still offering the active noise cancellation and crisp, full audio that you'd expect. Coming soon, or just as soon as Dr. Dre gives the "hell yeah" thumbs-up.

  • Audeze LCD-2 Headphones

    You'd expect high-end headphones to be a little expensive - and you wouldn't be wrong. Sporting proprietary drivers, these Audeze LCD-2 Headphones ($1,000) are designed with pure audio reproduction in mind, and with their thin film diaphragms, push-pull neodymium magnetic structure, Carribean Rosewood oldies, and lambskin leather sloped earpads, they don't disappoint. [Scouted by Mike]

  • V-Moda M-80 Headphones

    Whether you're performing a live set or simply listening to one on your phone, V-Moda M-80 Headphones ($230) will have you covered. Powered by finely-tuned 40mm dual-diaphragm drivers, the M-80s use the V-Port V3 system to provide plenty of passive noise isolation, and also offer up a high-end metal, memory foam, and microfiber suede build, two Kevlar-reinforced cables — one with a three-button remote and mic — and a hard included carrying case.