Master & Dynamic, the NYC-based premium headphone brand best-known for its sleek and stylish headphone, released this week a new range of Digital Accessories that ensure its high-quality products will stand the test of time. The Digital Accessories include a Lighting cable ($69) for Apple users and a USB-C cable for Android ($49). Available in two colorways – silver and black – they feature the same heavy-duty woven fabric found on all Master & Dynamic cables. The updated accessories are compatible with the flagship MH40 Over-Ear and MH30 On-Ear headphones. In addition to added connectivity benefits, the cables feature a build-in Digital-to-Analog-Converter (DAC), adding acoustic benefits for listeners, further enhancing Master & Dynamic signature soundstage: a rich, warm sound that perfectly captures the exceptional detail of well-recorded music. The introduction of the Digital Accessories demonstrates how Master & Dynamic is prepared to guarantee that their products, which are designed for decades of use, will stay relevant as technological frontier shift and develop.
President and CEO of Master & Dynamic, Jonathan Levine, shared: “As the technology around us changes, we’re working to ensure that the Master & Dynamic products you know and love can be a part of your everyday life for decades to come.
Master & Dynamic has always positioned itself as a leader in craftsmanship, innovation, and superior listening experiences – it’s great to see the brand moving swiftly to ensure longevity for their timeless products.
The Digital Accessories are the latest set of Master & Dynamic accessories aimed at customizing and enhancing the brand’s numerous audio products. The brand also offers detachable, magnetic earpads that allow for personalization, with the potential for colors being mix-and-matched, and, for more practical reasons, easy replacement.
Fans of Master & Dynamic should stay tuned to see what’s next in the pipeline. Launched in 2014, the brand has quickly become known for its many creative collaboration and special edition headphones. Partnerships have spanned fashion, motoring, and design and include Proenza Schouler, Zero Halliburton, The Rolling Stones, Aston Martin, Leica and most recently, celebrity tattoo artist Scott Campbell.