Ministry of Sound will be blowing out the candles on its birthday cake this month, celebrating 20 years of sweat-soaked clubbing and one of the best sound systems in Europe. To mark the occasion, MOS has focused its efforts on producing a six-strong range of headphones. It's got 20 years of sound system experience to draw on, so whether you're into dinky entry-level in-ears or DJ style over-ear designs, the MOS headphone range caters to all tastes, while promising "crisp beats and warm, punchy bass".
At £40, the on-ear MOS006s (pictured) are the priciest cans, boasting two 50mm drivers, an anti-tangle cable and an assortment of four colours. For £10 less, the MOS005s get a thinner, lightweight headband and can be folded away for extra portability. The cheapest on-ear designs – the MOS004s – pack slightly smaller 40mm drivers, but still come in an assortment of six colours.
The rest of the range comprises a bunch of in-ear designs – The MOS001, MOS003 and MS101, for £15, £30 and £20 respectively. Available in a range of colours the MOS003s are 'top of the range', while the MS101s provide an inline mic and controls.
The full range is available now from a range of retailers. And if you want to have a browse before you buy, you can check out the full range here.