24 carat Gold Beats head phones for the German team

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Beats Electronics celebrated the sound of winning, giving the German football team a special gift.

The company created a set Beats Pros, with their casing dipped in 24 carat gold, to congratulate the winning team of the World Cup final. All of the team’s players, and manager, Joachim Löw, will be receiving these Golden Beats Pros as a token for celebration.

The headphones, for those wondering, are one of Beats’ top-end headphones. The company claims that they are the ideal headphones for serious music lovers, and can even be used professionally by DJs, sound engineers, and more.

The company called upon the legendary Naomi Campbell, to model the headphones, and to give a special message for the winners. Naomi, as the World Cup Trophy, wore a golden Tom Ford dress, Christian Louboutin heels, and sported the special gold headphones.

Naomi said:

“Working on the ‘Golden’ project with Beats by Dr. Dre was so much fun. The shoot was loud and energetic…I even got to practice my football skills! This was the first time I’ve had the chance to work with the legendary Rankin, so it was a dream shoot. The ‘Golden’ project is the perfect way to celebrate the German victory and I’m glad to be a part of this campaign.”

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