V-Moda has announced a wireless version of the M200 — M200 ANC full-size headphones at CES 2021. By the name, you can understand that the model is also equipped with an active noise reduction system.
According to the company, is a hybrid system with the ability to adjust the degree threshold and samopouzdanja and also with the function of “Voice In”, which disables denoising for a while and put playback on a pause, putting a hand to the left ear Cup.
In the wireless version of the M200, we had to abandon the 50-mm speakers — they were replaced with emitters with a diameter of 40 mm, apparently freeing up space for the battery (which will last for 20 hours of operation) and other electronic stuffing. Nevertheless, Roland specialists were engaged in tuning the sound of the model and they took the wired M200 as a basis. Headphones play in the range from 5 Hz to 40 kHz.
The cups have buttons for controlling playback, connection and power, as well as a USB-C port for charging. The headphones are connected to the sources via Bluetooth 5.0 and support aptX HD and AAC codecs. The developers also announced the possibility of simultaneous connection to several sources. There is also a cable connection — a 3.5 mm jack is provided for this.
To adjust the noise level and customize the sound, a proprietary smartphone app is used. Like other V-Moda headphones, the M200 ANC can also be customized from the outside: the official website offers various options for metal overlays on the cups, including those with a personal engraving. The ear pads are removable.
In addition to the headphones and cables themselves, the kit also includes a hard case and an air adapter. In the US, the cost of the V-Moda M200 ANC started from $499 without customization.