TRON Legacy T3 In-Ear Gaming Headphones By Monster

One of the most popular brands in gaming/performance headphones is Monster. Many of their headphones deliver great sound and comfort, but typically with a steep price tag.

With the past movie release of TRON: Legacy, Monster and Disney came together to create the TRON Legacy T3 In-Ear Headphones. The headphones are the best of Monster sound innovation with the style and theme of TRON.

TRON Legacy T3 In-Ear Headphones

From top to bottom, the T3 In-Ear Headphones are pure TRON. In other words, if you are a TRON fan you will love the way these headphones look. The actual earphone features a highly detailed, brushed metal design with the TRON “T” logo in a light blue styling. The earphone is further designed with lines from the TRON universe, leading down into the cable.

The in-ear headphones feature low mass, wide-bandwidth drivers to deliver maximum dynamic range. In regular speak, this means that the headphones deliver detailed sound with great bass and noise cancellation.

Being in-ear headphones, not every person will like the feeling of sticking the headphones into their ears, but Monster does provide three different sized tips to find a good fit. With the right tip, you get a comfortable set of headphones with very good sound isolation, but the key is finding the right tip!

As seen with many of Monster’s recent headphone products, the featured cable is Monster’s patented flat cable design which ensures a tangle-resistant experience. The cable is also comfortably long and includes an in-line cable management slider.

These headphones are designed for gaming and performance and not for phone calls. With a lack of microphone and in-line controls, these are not the headphones to make calls on your iPhone. However, if you’re looking for headphones for music/gaming, you’re looking at the right product.

Overall, the T3 In-Ear Headphones deliver deep (amazing) bass, clear sound, great noise isolation, and a tangle-free design wrapped up in a TRON-inspired theme. For me, the headphones are comfortable but the in-ear style is an acquired taste. If you’re looking for performance headphones, and you like TRON, the T3 In-Ear Headphones may meet your needs.

In Canada, the Tron Legacy T3 In-Ear Headphones are available at Future Shop and Best Buy for $59.95.

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  • Drocass

    Monster makes one hell of a great headphone. I own Monster beats by Dre.  in ear, and on ear style. They are amazingly clear with great base. no BS you can hear things in your music that you didnt know existed or to fuzzed out by other sounds to hear clearly enough.  After using monster headphones, I never want to go back to 39.99 Panasonic/Skull candy/jvc headphones again

  • Drocass

    Monster makes one hell of a great headphone. I own Monster beats by Dre.  in ear, and on ear style. They are amazingly clear with great base. no BS you can hear things in your music that you didnt know existed or to fuzzed out by other sounds to hear clearly enough.  After using monster headphones, I never want to go back to 39.99 Panasonic/Skull candy/jvc headphones again

  • Anonymous

    Monster makes some great headphones, but most if not all seem overpriced for what their competitors offer. I’ve listened to all of those $200-$400 headphones, they sound wicked. My Klipsch S4′s cost a fraction and sound just as good. Anyway, these are reasonably priced, if they perform like some of the more expensive version it seems like a good buy.

  • Anonymous

    Monster makes some great headphones, but most if not all seem overpriced for what their competitors offer. I’ve listened to all of those $200-$400 headphones, they sound wicked. My Klipsch S4′s cost a fraction and sound just as good. Anyway, these are reasonably priced, if they perform like some of the more expensive version it seems like a good buy.

  • Drocass

    I agree with you that monster is over priced. Not just in the headphone department either. HD video cables and other accessories as well, at least 50% higher then most other equal bands. What sold me was I work in a loud factory paintshop and sound concealing is key. I tried the s4′s as well and I traded up for monster beats due to the fact I felt they didn’t block enough sound, and found the volume to be a little low. You are correct on the over priced issue, but monster also has that edge over others. Worth 50% more on the price tag? Was for me, but it really comes down to the user :)

  • Drocass

    I agree with you that monster is over priced. Not just in the headphone department either. HD video cables and other accessories as well, at least 50% higher then most other equal bands. What sold me was I work in a loud factory paintshop and sound concealing is key. I tried the s4′s as well and I traded up for monster beats due to the fact I felt they didn’t block enough sound, and found the volume to be a little low. You are correct on the over priced issue, but monster also has that edge over others. Worth 50% more on the price tag? Was for me, but it really comes down to the user :)

  • Warpdrive

    I’ll keep on rocking with my Shure 535′s. Expensive….. but no comparrion on the planet.

  • Warpdrive

    I’ll keep on rocking with my Shure 535′s. Expensive….. but no comparrion on the planet.

  • Swotam

    Can’t find them on the Futureshop or Best Buy Canada websites. Maybe they’re just slow in updating them?

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  • Anonymous

    I LOVE my Shure 535′s.  Even better with custom ear molds from Sensaphonic.