Mizco Int'l And Ecko Unveil Updated Graffiti-Inspired Lines

By Lisa Johnston On Jan 30 2012 - 6:01am

LAS VEGAS — The Ecko Unltd. division of Mizco International used International CES to show off its new CE accessories products.

The Force headphones, which feature 57mm speaker drivers, are part of the company’s Unltd. Sound headphones. They come in gold, Graffiti White and Camo Gray. Features include noise reduction, reinforced construction and frame, max input power of 100mW, impedance of 32 ohms, a frequency response of 20Hz to 20kHz and a satin carrying bag. Suggested retail is $49.99.

The Motion headphones ($29.99) have 40mm drivers, 300mW max input power, 20Hz to 22kHz frequency range and impedance of 32 ohms. They come in white, red and gold.

The Impact headphones ($24.99) have the same tech specs as the Force headphones but with a different design. They come in Graffiti, Black and Camo Blue.

Ecko also unveiled the over-ear Link wireless headphones ($99.99), which use Bluetooth technology. Features include a noise-canceling microphone; volume, track and call controls; a rechargeable lithium-ion battery; and a foldable design. Play time is listed at six hours, talk time at eight and standby time at 100.

The Exhibit series of headphones ($39.99) and iPhone cases ($19.99) is the result of a collaboration between company founder (and famed graffiti artist) Marc Ecko and 11 other graffiti artists. The cases come in five colors, while the headphones have 40mm drivers and a frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz.

All of these headphones (and the Exhibit iPhone cases) will be available in April.

Beyond headphones, the company launched its Unltd.Power line at CES. The Power Kits come with flat tangle-free USB cables, rubbercoated 1-amp home and car chargers, and power-protection circuitry, according to the company. Three different SKUs are available: one for Apple devices, one for BlackBerrys and Androids, and one for all three.

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