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Wicked Audio Solus DJ Headphones

Wicked Audio has been making some cool-looking headphones for some time now, but they were never really looked at as a DJ or Production tool, but more of a stylish way to listen to music on the go. Wicked Audio is looking to add to its marketability by bringing some professional-grade DJ or Production quality headphones to the masses. Introducing the Wicked Audio Solus Headphones with a built-in DJ switch with great sound. They will be available for only $99 and we'll try to get a set into the Lab for a full review soon.
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Wicked Audio has been making some cool-looking headphones for some time now, but they were never really looked at as a DJ or Production tool, but more of a stylish way to listen to music on the go. Wicked Audio is looking to add to its marketability by bringing some professional-grade DJ or Production quality headphones to the masses. Introducing the Wicked Audio Solus Headphones with a built-in DJ switch with great sound. They will be available for only $99 and we'll try to get a set into the Lab for a full review soon.

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