V-Moda promises up to 20 hours of battery life with ANC enabled. A fast charge feature will give you an hour and a half of playtime in 10 minutes if you find yourself in a pinch.
The company jumped on the wireless bandwagon in 2015 with a bluetooth version of his Crossfade M-100 Helmet. One of the more recent versions of V-Moda is a redesigned version of the M-100 listening to DJs, producers and streamers. Even though the company has been selling wireless headphones for quite some time, it has never launched active noise cancellation until now.
The only real downside (at least on paper) is the price: the M-200 will cost $ 500. It’s expensive, but considering the wired M-200 going for $ 350, it’s not too surprising. However, if these headphones seem too good to pass up, they are now available direct from V-Moda as well as Amazon and other retailers.