We are excited to introduce one additional colorway to the MW65 Active Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones family: Silver Metal/Navy Leather. The MW65 Active Noise-Cancelling Wireless Headphones are our most technically sophisticated headphones, crafted from premium materials including lightweight anodized aluminum and fine leathers.
Once again photographer Devin Allen finds himself holding the lens of America. Today, Allen’s ongoing documentation of the Black Lives Matter movement has landed him on the cover of TIME Magazine, the second of his career (Allen’s photograph of the 2015 Baltimore Uprising made the cover of TIME Magazine in May 2015).
Master & Dynamic and Leica Camera AG continue their partnership with their latest wireless release: MW65 and MW07 PLUS
We are thrilled to announce we’ve partnered once again with Leica Camera AG to introduce two new wireless sound tools to the “Master &
Setting the perfect mood takes serious skill. But if there’s one thing that instantly helps, it’s a good playlist. 30 tracks, 3 hours and 3 minutes of ambient music from Tomoyoshi Date, Stijn Hüwels, Laraaji, Nils Frahm, Roberto Musci, Asa Tone, and many more.
Social distancing has been especially difficult for our creative communities – performers, musicians and artists thrive on human interaction and audiences, and their shows and presentations have been cancelled due to social distancing measures.
For Mother’s Day we spoke with Dan and Sam Rookwood who live in Portland, Oregon with their three children, twin girls Indigo and Rosie (who are celebrating their fourth birthday on Mother’s Day this year), and baby boy, Alfie (age eight months).
Staying home for extended periods of time paired with weeks of social distancing undoubtedly takes a toll on our mental wellbeing.
In our ongoing series featuring the design and technical aspects of our wireless earphones, headphones and speaker, we speak with members of our Product team to learn more about what goes into the engineering of our premium audio products.
Photographer Tawny Chatmon, born in Japan, raised in Germany and based in Maryland, creates portraits infused with the gold and symbolism of Gustav Klimt and inspired by her children and her desire to contribute something important to the world.