Want some Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 in your ears? These MUNITIO Modern Warfare 3 Special Edition Billets are machined from aircraft-grade billet aluminum, reinforced with Kevlar, laser etched with the iconic game logo and come with a suppressor in-line mic to deliver a premium audio experience for music, communications and mobile gaming. Plus, they look like bullets. If there is one thing you want to shove in your ear while playing Modern Warfare 3, it's a bullet.
Especially if it's one that can deliver amazing sound and is reinforced with Kevlar. MUNITIO MW3 Billets feature 9mm speaker drivers, offer 20 Hz - 20 kHz, sensitivity: 101 db +/- 3 db at 1 kHz, and have rated power: 3 mW, with max input power: 10 mW, impedance @ 1 kHz: 16 Ohms. And they look pretty darn cool. With Hollow Point noise-isolating tips and a tactical carrying case, you can pack these along to use on your phone, tablet, laptop, or mp3 player while simultaneously letting people know you're a Modern Warfare fan.
"We're thrilled to partner with an iconic entertainment brand like Call of Duty® to introduce one of the most kick-ass mobile audio devices to music and gaming lifestyle enthusiasts worldwide with the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Special Edition Billets 9mm earphones," said Robert Benjamin, co-founder of MUNITIO. "The Billets line of 9mm earphones has been engineered for ultra high performance audio at a level normally found only in much larger and more expensive headsets."
"Not only do the Billets sound amazing, the rugged tactical flair makes them a perfect visual match for like-minded Call of Duty fans," said Daniel Massaro, co-founder of MUNITIO. "We knew it would be epic to come out with this special edition version along with our new Billets 9mm earphones line and we are stoked to be able to deliver ahead of the Modern Warfare 3 game launch."
The Call of duty: Modern Warfare 3 Billets 9mm Special Edition Earphones from MUNITIO will be available on October 23 for a cost of $89.99, and you can pre-order them today. We'll give them a field test, and let you know how they perform.