The high-end headphone line was really created by Monster. They filled a space between the studio-quality gear made by companies like Sennheiser and the cheap $10-$15 ones you could pick up at Walmart. Monster shows us why with the DNA Pro 2.0 Over-Ear headphones.
The DNA Pro 2.0 is notable for non-powered noise isolation (no need to worry whether your battery will last through your flight), and MusicShare, which gives you a jack on each can. The idea is that you can share music you’re listening to with someone else, but it also gives you freedom to run the cable up either side. This can help get it out of your way if you’re doing something like playing guitar.
Because they aren’t powered, they’re great for mobile, and they sound fantastic.
They’ll run you around $300, or a little less at online outlets such as Amazon.