Killer Deal! Save $170 on EA Sports Monster Game MVP Carbon Headphones Purchase
Browsing through the Windows Store today, I’ve spotted a really sweet deal and have decided to share it with you. If you’re in the market for a good pair of on-ear headphones, then you need to take a look at this really sweet deal.
If you ask me, I have always thought EA Sports only makes games, but as it turns out, it has partnered with other companies to product hardware products, as well. One of the fields where the company has showed its interest is audio. EA Sports has teamed with Monster and produced some pretty decent headphones.
And now, the black Monster Game MVP Carbon On-Ear headphones can be bought from the Microsoft Store at a killer price – $79.99 instead of $249.99, which represents savings of $170.00. This deal only applies to the black version, as the white model still retails for its list price of 250 bucks. Here’s how the official description of these headphones sounds like:
Get the ultimate 360-degree gaming experience with the MVP Carbon audio headset. Developed by audio experts from Monster and EA Sports, it’s designed to intensify your gaming experience by delivering immersive and lifelike audio for all your favorite games.
Its sleek design includes plush earcups for hours of comfortable wear and a ControlTalk Universal in-line mic with controls that work with a wide range of devices. Included are the Gamebox mix amp and processor, a reversible boom mic, Xbox chat cable and stereo adapter, stereo audio splitter, and carrying pouch.
The headphones come with a multi-function Gamebox controller which works with Xbox, PS3, WII and PC. The superior noise-isolating earcups will make sure that you’re totally immersed in your gaming session. This seems to be the best deal currently available on these headphones, as everywhere else, at least when I checked, it still had the list price. But we don’t know for how long this deal will be available, so hurry up and act fast if you’re interested.
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