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Master & Dynamic's MW65 active noise-canceling headphones are optimized for the Google Assistant

Master & Dynamic's MW65 active noise-canceling headphones are optimized for the Google Assistant

It's increasingly unlikely you won't have heard of Master & Dynamic, but just in case, it's an NYC-based startup that has looked to disrupt the high-end personal audio market in recent years. Its MH40 over-ear headphones launched in 2014 with a focus on quality materials and audiophile-level acoustics. 5 years later, the company is releasing its first set with active noise cancellation.

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Master & Dynamic MW07 review: Exceptional sounding true wireless earbuds, but probably too pricey for most

Master & Dynamic MW07 review: Exceptional sounding true wireless earbuds, but probably too pricey for most

As the 3.5mm headphone jack slowly descends into the freezing cold waters of the past, our audio options for most high-end Android phones are limited to three. We can use and subsequently lose the adapter, get some USB-C headphones, or we can ditch the wires altogether. Bluetooth earbuds inelegantly attached to one another by a wire just won’t do any longer; true wireless earbuds are where it's at right now.

Apple’s AirPods have acted as a blueprint for other manufacturers, but none has yet perfected the form and function of this fledgling product category. It’s now Master & Dynamic’s turn to try.

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Master & Dynamic MW07 are premium true wireless earbuds with beryllium drivers and USB-C for $299

Master & Dynamic MW07 are premium true wireless earbuds with beryllium drivers and USB-C for $299

Perhaps not that well known outside certain circles, New York brand Master & Dynamic creates audio products with a focus on high-end materials and expressive design. Such luxury does not come cheap, with their headline wireless speaker, designed by Sir David Adjaye, selling for an eye-watering $1,800. The MW07 are the company's first true wireless earbuds, and thankfully they won't be quite so pricey.

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