Tuesday, June 21st 2022

Master & Dynamic Launches the Wireless MW75 ANC Headphones

We are thrilled to introduce the all-new MW75 Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones, the latest addition to Master & Dynamic's superior lineup of premium sound tools, fusing bold and modern design with unrivaled audio technology. The MW75 is constructed from aluminium, lambskin leather, and memory foam, and features expansive acoustics and expertly tuned ANC, delivering powerful sound in a refined silhouette. "We set out to create a headphone with a polished, intentional design and Active Noise-Cancellation that does not detract from the overall sound experience, but enhances it. With the MW75, you can go anywhere and hear your music as it was intended to sound," says Master & Dynamic Founder & CEO Jonathan Levine.

The MW75 Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones arrive with a variety of new features crafted to elevate the user's listening experience. Enjoy every detail of music courtesy of optimally angled 40 mm Beryllium drivers and 3 Active Noise-Cancelling modes engineered to maintain the integrity of Master & Dynamic's signature sound. New to the MW75 is Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation that uses 4 microphones to intuitively adjust the ANC to match the noise level of the user's surroundings, providing a seamless audio experience no matter where they are. For a further customized and immersive music experience, the user can access two additional ANC modes, adjust their sound with EQ presets, and utilize Ambient Listening modes to tune into their surroundings within the M&D Connect App.
Designed to stand out and engineered to last, the MW75's ear cups are crafted from lightweight and durable aluminium while soft leather, memory foam, and lambskin details make listening for long stretches more comfortable. A unique aluminium mesh ring encircles a tempered glass panel and keeps microphones hidden for a clean look. With up to 32 hours of battery life or up to 28 hours with ANC enabled and on-head detection to save battery while not in use, the MW75 is designed for endless hours of playtime. Included with the MW75 for added protection and portability is a lightweight hardshell travel case wrapped in felted material, featuring built-in cable storage to keep cords organized and easy to access.

The MW75 Active Noise-Cancelling Headphones are available in Gunmetal/Black Leather, Silver Metal/Grey Leather, Silver Metal/Brown Leather, and Black Metal/Black Leather at masterdynamic.com, masterdynamic.uk and masterdynamic.eu starting June 28, 2022.

The MSRP is $599/€599/£549.
Source: Master & Dynamic
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14 Comments on Master & Dynamic Launches the Wireless MW75 ANC Headphones

#1
CallandorWoT
@VSG These would have to beat the Sony MX5 in noise cancelling prowess to justify that price... hopefully someday you can do a ANC review roundup, I know that's a very long time away as you are busy, just a suggestion.
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lexluthermiester
TheLostSwedeThe MSRP is $599/€599/£549.
WOW! Talk about sticker shock!
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#3
VSG
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CallandorWoT@VSG These would have to beat the Sony MX5 in noise cancelling prowess to justify that price... hopefully someday you can do a ANC review roundup, I know that's a very long time away as you are busy, just a suggestion.
Hard to do reviews when the company doesn't respond to review sample requests :)
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SOAREVERSOR
lexluthermiesterWOW! Talk about sticker shock!
That's inline for the brand though nothing they make is cheap. This is a company that sells off build quality.
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lexluthermiester
SOAREVERSORThat's inline for the brand though nothing they make is cheap. This is a company that sells off build quality.
That's understood. Still, very pricey.
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#6
Alan Smithee
You know a wireless headphone is doomed when the PR mentions nothing about codecs.

The preceding MW65 only supports SBC and base aptX (not LL for gaming/movies or HD for audio quality). No AAC, no Samsung Scalable. So it provides lousy audio quality on 90% of the phones owned by the target demographic.

Manufacturers have been dropping high-quality codecs to extend battery life without giving the consumer any choice. Maybe the MW75 has regressed to SBC-only, like the Bose.
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lexluthermiester
Alan SmitheeYou know a wireless headphone is doomed when the PR mentions nothing about codecs.
Absolute nonsense. They don't need to mention that data. For that price it will support everything HQ.
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Alan Smithee
lexluthermiesterAbsolute nonsense. They don't need to mention that data. For that price it will support everything HQ.
You didn't read my post. The preceding model does NOT support "everything HQ".
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#9
lexluthermiester
Alan SmitheeYou didn't read my post.
OH? Then how did I respond? Maybe you missed some context.
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GunShot
VSGHard to do reviews when the company doesn't respond to review sample requests :)
In my opinion, a non-free sample is the most trusted review, though. I'm sure that could get costly but I'm also sure that the quick-witted minds could come up with something.
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VSG
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GunShotIn my opinion, a non-free sample is the most trusted review, though. I'm sure that could get costly but I'm also sure that the quick-witted minds could come up with something.
Sure, just pay to access everything on TPU and we can afford to buy samples too.
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#12
GunShot
VSGSure, just pay to access everything on TPU and we can afford to buy samples too.
Coming right up!
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#13
SOAREVERSOR
lexluthermiesterThat's understood. Still, very pricey.
Not really. Devices like this compete with stuff like AirPods Max and other stuff. A huge part of what you are paying for at this price is a highend fashion design, ceramics, lambskin/ostritch leathers, aluminum, machining, and build. It's not really about sound quality at all. Stuff in this category will get clobbered by cheaper wired stuff and it's premium over other wireless is all in it's materials and appearance.
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#14
lexluthermiester
SOAREVERSORDevices like this compete with stuff like AirPods Max and other stuff.
Other very pricey(read over priced) stuff.
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