Master and Dynamic’s MH40 Returns Without Cables

Posted on 13th November, 2019

Master and Dynamic’s MH40 Returns Without Cables

Master & Dynamic has revived its MH40 headphones but cut the cables.   

Birthdays are a great excuse to celebrate with something a little different. So, to mark Master & Dynamic's fifth anniversary, they have reissued its iconic MH40 over-ear headphones in a wireless format.

Master Dynamic MH40 Wireless

The new MH40 Wireless (£279) is the latest evolution of the brand's over-ear cans and retains the vintage aviator-inspired aesthetic with canvas and lambskin details. 

The new model features Bluetooth 5.0 and boasts 18 hours of battery life. Moreover, we're promised an empty to 50% charge in 30 minutes and 100% in 80, via USB-C.

Master Dynamic MH40 Wireless

Additionally, you get 40mm neodymium drivers, a quoted 32 ohms impedance and microphones for hands-free calls.

Master & Dynamic Founder & CEO Jonathan Levine told StereoNET

The MH40 was the first product we designed at Master & Dynamic, and I remember that moment in the brand's history very well. That iconic pair of headphones became the backbone of our product DNA and has influenced every product to come after it.

Points of Interest

Master Dynamic MH40 Wireless

The original MH40 headphones featured coordinates of New York's Grand Central Station etched under the left ear pad, and the new MH40 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones takes the idea global. Each pair features the coordinates of one of ten cultural hotspots from around the world on the outer earcup. 

You can learn more about the coordinates on their headphones by visiting the company's blog, The 10,000, at masterdynamic.com/coordinates.

Price and availability

The MH40 Wireless Over-Ear Headphones are available in Gunmetal / Black Coated Canvas & Lambskin, Black Metal / Black Coated Canvas & Lambskin and Silver Metal / Brown Coated Canvas & Lambskin for £279 direct from Master & Dynamic.

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