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50 Cent Unveils Star Wars Headphones

by Conner Flynn
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If you have been waiting for the perfect set of geeky headphones? It turns out 50 Cent has a pair just for you. SMS Audio has unveiled a cool new line of headphones with Star Wars themes.

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The limited-edition Star Wars STREET by 50 On-Ear Wired headphones series has four models: the Stormtrooper, Rebel Alliance, Boba Fett and Imperial.

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These headphones come with passive noise cancellation technology, enhanced bass and custom 40mm drivers. They also feature OVALFIT leather memory foam ear cushions, an adjustable headband and a tangle-free, detachable cord. They will cost you $199.95(USD).

50 Cent says, “I’ve been a fan of Star Wars since I was a kid, so working with Lucasfilm to create this line of headphones was a really cool experience. Star Wars has a huge following of dedicated fans and I’m excited to welcome them into the SMS Audio family.”

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