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Mega Man Headphones: Rock & Roll Man

by Lambert Varias

The wearability of ThinkGeek’s oversized Mega Man helmet is just a suggestion. Thankfully, fans who don’t want to go full robot can still show their love for the Blue Bomber with Emio’s officially licensed Mega Man headphones.

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The headphones’ ear cups resemble the round sections on either side of Mega Man’s helmet while the headband has part of the ridge on top of the helmet. In a hilarious act of brazenness, Emio didn’t even bother listing the headphone’s technical specs.

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Emio is selling the headphones for $100 (USD), which should clue you in on the headphones’ sonic qualities. It also has sillier video-game themed headphones: a pair of cow-ear headphones based on Harvest Moon and a pair of cat-eared earphones based on Darkstalkers‘ Felicia.


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