Tuesday, October 12th 2021

V-MODA Debuts Hexamove Series True Wireless

V-MODA, award-winning manufacturer of the world's finest high-fidelity audio devices, announces Hexamove, its first series of true wireless earbuds. Combining V-MODA's signature sound beloved by DJs, musicians, and fans worldwide, with the freedom of limitless movement, Hexamove are now available in two different models: Lite and Pro. Featuring extensively researched ergonomics for a secure fit and stylish design, each model offers six hours of playback on a single charge and 18 more hours with the charging carry case.

Hexamove are the pocket-sized upgrade to your everyday life, boasting a stylish design made for impeccable sound quality thanks to 6 mm drivers, which deliver powerful bass, vibrant mids and pristine highs with a barely-there look and feel.

Hexamove Lite comes in three striking colors to suit every style. A slim, lightweight design with BLISS (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicone) fittings in three sizes offer all-day ergonomic comfort and superior sound isolation to enhance your daily audio experience.

Meanwhile, Hexamove Pro comes with six different options of fitting and customization. Built in the form of V-MODA's classic heritage hexagon, Hexamove Pro ensures the most comfortable and secure fit possible with a combination of fins, ear hooks and BLISS in-ear fittings in three different sizes. Choose the right combination for you and your daily routine with the added option of attaching the neck strap and stabilizer for added peace of mind when the earbuds are not in use. Hexamove Pro also works with the V-MODA app, allowing users to completely customize their audio experience via the EQ Tool.

Customers can also express themselves and change their look to suit their mood in no time at all, thanks to Hexamove Pro's interchangeable decorative shields, with extra sets in Silver and Bronze included. Each model also comes with the option to add an extra pair of shields with a monogram or custom V-MODA design for a truly personal touch.

Staying true to V-MODA's dedication to durability and reliability, Hexamove Lite and Pro are IPX5 sweat, water and dust resistant and tested to the strictest V-MODA durability standards. All Hexamove series models come with a carry case that doubles as a charging station for 18 hours of extra battery, providing a full day of playback.
Pricing & Availability

Hexamove Lite is available in Black, Red, or Sand White. Hexamove Pro is available in Black or White with in-app sound control and additional fitting and customization options.

Hexamove Lite ($129.99) and Hexamove Pro ($169.99) are available now
Source: V-Moda
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5 Comments on V-MODA Debuts Hexamove Series True Wireless

#1
TheLostSwede
Since it's not mentioned in the press release, if anyone's interested, there's support for Bluetooth 5.0 with Qualcomm aptX Adaptive, AAC and SBC.
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Solid State Soul ( SSS )
TheLostSwedeimpeccable sound quality thanks to 6 mm drivers
That's abysmal for a 169$ buds, cheap 20$ Xiaomi have 7.2mm drives with Blutooth 5.0 support, and you can find plenty of 50$ or above buds have the average 9mm drives commonly used for in ears.

Why the audio industry makes joke of its self like this
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Khonjel
Solid State Soul ( SSS )That's abysmal for a 169$ buds, cheap 20$ Xiaomi have 7.2mm drives with Blutooth 5.0 support, and you can find plenty of 50$ or above buds have the average 9mm drives commonly used for in ears.

Why the audio industry makes joke of its self like this
I wanted to make fun of the price as well but it's all about brand perception. People who exclusively check reviews of expensive known brands from reviewers who exclusively review known brand goods will ultimately be stuck in the maze of well... expensive known brands. And if I were you I wouldn't pay too much attention at tech spec of audio products. It's very subjective how they sound to different human ear. I'm more concerned about the hexagon shape V-moda's trying to use as its brand identity. Gonna hurt imho.
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micropage7
not only the driver, the material affect too. the main problem is when a brand use stock material and tag them as high as F
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Vayra86
Solid State Soul ( SSS )That's abysmal for a 169$ buds, cheap 20$ Xiaomi have 7.2mm drives with Blutooth 5.0 support, and you can find plenty of 50$ or above buds have the average 9mm drives commonly used for in ears.

Why the audio industry makes joke of its self like this
Its the audio industry. How do you innovate on something that's been just fine since it existed? You can only do that by making the baseline progressively worse, and that's actually going quite well in audio systems of late. Hearing proper stereo on good 2.0 is a breath of fresh air these days.

We had an audio cable reviewed the other day, underlining it all nicely.
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