Lemmy introduces Motorheadphones line (video)

Lemmy Kilmister, the Motörhead band frontman

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LAS VEGAS— If you've ever asked yourself WWLLT (What Would Lemmy Listen To), now you have your answer. Lemmy Kilmister, the frontman of the band Motörhead, was on hand at CES 2013 to introduce the new Motorheadphones line.

This includes five headphones and earphones designed to bring out the midrange tones that other headphones sacrifice in the name of bass.

The metal-themed (as in heavy metal) headphone designs come with features you'd expect—some with in-line mics and controls for use with mobile devices, others with turntable ear cups for DJs—but all are made to provide clear mids along with warm lows and well-defined highs.

You can learn more, as well as order some for your bad self, at the Motorheadphones site now.

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