Music, New Products, Tech

The first wireless noise-cancelling headphones by V-MODA are all they’re hyped up to be

words by: Sahar Khraibani
Jan 30, 2021

V-MODA, the brand owned by Roland, has released its first-ever active-noise cancelling Bluetooth headphones, the M-200 ANC.

 

Built onto V-MODA’s award-winning M-200 model, these headphones are meant to offer a fully tailored and hands-on listening experience. If you’re a tech buff, you’ll appreciate the following: the frequency response is between 5 to 40,000 Hz, with a maximum input power of 1K W at 1kHz. If that wasn’t enough of a selling point, the headphones also come with replaceable earpads. The Bluetooth and wireless capabilities of these headphones allow users to connect to an app for immediate and full control over the listening experience. The app provides access to sound adjustments for bass, mids and highs, as well as trebles. This almost mimics the experience of an in-studio tune-up. Additionally, the headphones offer a Voice-In smart feature, which can be activated by simply covering the left earcup, temporarily lowering the volume. There is also an integrated array of intuitive controls that allow users to adjust the volume, operate voice activation, take and end calls, as well as pause or play audio.

 

The M-200 ANC is available for customization, from colors to the material of the shield. Priced at $500 USD, is it well worth the investment. You can buy them from V-MODA’s website.

 

Photo via V-MODA