Master & Dynamic And Leica Collab Goes Wireless

Two new matte black models for the 0.95 collection.

By Terry Christodoulou 11/06/2020

The two icons, Master & Dynamic and Leica, have once again come together unveiling two new models for 0.95 – Leica’s celebratory brand of one of its most famous lenses, the Leica Noctilux 50mm f/0.95.

Following the original collaboration in 2017, the New York based Master & Dynamic has added two of its flagship wireless headphones to the line-up, the MW07 Plus and the MW65. Both models boast noise-cancelling technology and Leica-esque styling which sees the iconic red dot redesigned into a multi-function button.

The MW65 sees the flexible over-ear design fitted with lambskin padded ear pads, cowhide and anodized aluminium on the body – the very same used by Leica on its cameras. Inside, 40mm beryllium drivers give impressive sound performance for up to 24-hours, while Google assistant comes at the ready.

The MW07 Plus is a true wireless expression offering 10-hours of playback with each charge, with up to three additional charges available in the charging-case.  Presented in an elegant handcrafted acetate casing, the earbuds deliver high-quality sound via 10mm drivers and weigh less than 10-grams each.

Approx. $430 for MW07 and $719 for MW65;


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