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Mark Levinson No 5909

You might know Mark Levinson more for its Lexus audio systems but if you're a real audiophile you'll probably be very familiar with the brand's hi-fi work. While the company has largely focused on hi-fi components for the last 50 years, it is finally taking its first big step into consumer audio with the the No 5909, its first-ever headphone. The No 5909 features reference quality sound with LDAC compatibility, 24-bit/96KHz processing, and specially tuned 40mm Beryllium coated drivers. They also feature Adaptive Active Noise Cancellation, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, up to 34 hours of battery life, and premium materials such as leather, anodized aluminum, and automotive-grade paint. 


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