V-Moda has been in the headphones game for a very long time and the company’s design is particularly striking and memorable. That being said, trends in the headphone market have been changing over time and it seems that V-Moda has finally adopted one of the more popular trends – wireless headphones with active noise-cancelling technology.

This comes in the form of the V-Moda M-200 which are the company’s first such headphones, and we suppose better late than never, although they will need to compete against popular headphones in a similar category such as Sony and Bose.

The V-Moda M-200 will feature the company’s trademark design, and with the M-200, the shields on the earcups are actually removable and interchangeable. The headphones themselves will pair with an accompanying app that allows users to adjust the noise-cancellation levels by 10 different levels, as well as being able to choose from six different sound presets.

The company is also claiming that the M-200 will offer up to 20 hours of battery life with noise-cancellation on, and there is also a quick charge feature that will extend the life by about 1.5 hours with just 10 minutes of charging. The M-200 will not come cheap at $500, putting it into the same category as Apple’s AirPods Max, but if you love V-Moda’s sound and design, then maybe they might be worth considering.

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