Aedle reveals its first wireless, noise-canceling headphone

And it might be the best looking noise-canceling headphone we've seen yet.
Author:
Updated:
Original:
Aedle VK-X

Luxury headphone brand Aedle is announcing its latest headphone model, the VK-X, the company's first wireless, noise-canceling headphone. Limited to 1,000 units, the headphone will be made-to-order and features Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, 24-bit DSP/DAC high-resolution audio, AptX and LDAC compatibility, USB-C charging, and active noise canceling technology. The headphones also feature genuine lambskin leather sourced from the south of France, CNC-machined stainless steel hardware, anodized, CNC-machined aluminum earcup housings, and 40mm custom drivers. Battery life is rated at 14-24 hours, depending on whether ANC is enabled or disabled. 

The VK-X will launch soon on Indiegogo.

$349, (early bird price), indiegogo.com

Related Articles

craft.jpg

Bang & Olufsen's first wireless and noise canceling headphone, the BeoPlay H8

B&O cuts the cord with their new set of headphones.

QuietComfort_35_wireless_headphones_-_Silver.jpg

Bose's popular noise cancelling headphones go wireless

The best travel headphone finally cuts the wires.

1920x1080_MW65G1_90_1_1200x

Master and Dynamic launches their first noise-cancelling headphone

The MW65 is also their lightest over-the-ear headphone to date.