Monster gets gaudy with Diamond Tears headphones

Forget your Beats by Dre -- these headphones stand out from the crowd

They're the latest in a long line of attention-grabbing headphones touted by noted fashionistas Gaga, Dre, and Bieber — and Monster's new Diamond Tears headphones manages to outdo all previous attempts at making a product that, in the company's words, "stands out from the crowd."

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Monster also goes so far as to say that the Diamond Tears' design "encapsulates the pinnacle of premium sound and style", and that the headphones are aimed at "music loving individuals who wish to experience incredible, crystal-clear sound."

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Other adjectives the company uses to describe the Diamond Tears: "Transparent. Clear. Articulate. Natural. Clear. Impactful. Involving. Edgy." Yes, "clear" is in there twice.

Priced at a wallet-blistering $399 RRP, Monster's Diamond Tears EDGE headphones are available now in selected Myer, David Jones and duty-free stores around Australia — for anyone daring enough to wear them.

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