I'd certainly be very interested in doing a review, from the perspective of a budding audiophile in his college years nonetheless! I believe Monster's market is strongly targeted at my age group (I'm guessing 18-30) and I'd probably be great candidate to review these. I may not quite yet have extreme-reference grade equipment, but what I do have sounds quite good to me, I am very used to the sound of my setup and would be able to A/B the Turbines against my current headphones with many types of music.
I have never owned any Monster headphones before.
My home setup: J River Media Center (playing either .FLAC or LAME V0/V2 .MP3 from personal CD or vinyl rips) > optical out (24/96) > Matrix CUBE (combination DAC/amp) > modified Grado SR-80i or HeadDirect RE0.
Portable setup consists of either a 160 GB iPod Classic into a Fiio L3 line out dock or a Sansa Fuze into a DIY LOD out to either a Mini³ or a Fiio E5, then into my RE0s.
I also have a DIY cMoy amp that doesn't see much use, a Harmon/Kardon PM665 Integrated Amplifier with a pretty nice headphone circuit and a self-designed single 12AU7 tube amp as well as several pairs of backup/beater IEMs (JVC Marshmallows, Skullcandy, Coby, Sony, etc.).
I have a very varied taste in music, consisting predominately of hardcore punk, folk, experimental rock, bluegrass, underground/indie hip-hop and indie pop and rock. I also occasionally listen to classical music, many different kinds of metal as well as older blues/country recordings.
Thanks for your consideration, I've got my fingers crossed!
Edited by unchain - 4/6/11 at 11:08pm