Master & Dynamic

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Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 2 weeks ago

Master & Dynamic MW07 Go

Sweet-sounding, sporty True Wireless in-ears with an unusual design

The MW07 Go are comfortable and extremely snug fitting in-ears from Master & Dynamic. They are particularly suitable for sports activities due to their sweat and water-resistant finish conforming to IPX6. A powerful, multi-faceted sound is provided by 10mm beryllium drivers, and aptX support a...

4.1

Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 3 weeks ago

Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus

Elegant True Wireless in-ears with excellent sound quality and ANC

These cable-free in-ears, the MW07 Plus from Master & Dynamic, are elegant and eye-catching with an impressive runtime and an independent remote for device control. These low-profile headphones provide a detailed sound experience with outstanding dynamics from the 10mm beryllium drivers. They are also equipped...

4.3

Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 5 months ago

Master & Dynamic MW65

Wireless Headphones with Noise-Cancelling Functionality

The Master & Dynamic MW65 feature active noise cancellation as standard, Bluetooth connectivity and a balanced sound profile.

4.5

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The versatility of the semi-open Master & Dynamic MW50+ is certainly convincing. Included accessories definitely impress, while aesthetics, choice of materials and the quality of manufacturing are all up to discerning standards. Handling is also user-friendly, while the fit is exemplary. What’s more, Master & Dynamic’s proximity to the New York art scene has obviously had an effect on the development department. Freethinkers don’t want to be restricted when it comes to on-ear or over-ear decisions, so the option of both from the MW50+ is definitely welcome.

In terms of sound, two sound signatures are on offer, each with distinct character. With ear-covering cushions, the headphones produce a much richer sound, while providing overall enhanced volume and better isolation from external noise. If ear cushions are used, the sound is much more muffled. In either case, the MW50+ stands for powerful reproduction with detailed mids and high treble. The Bluetooth function of the M&D is easy to use, convenient and does not demonstrate any noticeable sound differences when compared to cable operation. The only real drawback is the low isolation from the outside world if you’re on the go with the MW50+, especially if you’re in a busy urban environment with a higher volume enabled. The bottom line is the Master & Dynamic MW50+ is an extremely versatile headphone, showing few weaknesses and offering plenty that will make sophisticated audiophiles very happy when it comes to listening across all genres.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 29. May 2019

For around 500 Euros, headphone fans can enjoy reliable Bluetooth connectivity with high sound quality with these Master & Dynamic ANC headphones. In particular, the ANC capabilities of the MW65 excel in enabling the required feature, without impeding on the sound output itself. The headphones are made of premium materials, with a level of workmanship that has to be commended. Handling of the MW65 is consistently pleasant, whether you’re adjusting the headband size or making use of the space-saving pivot feature of the earpieces when packing them away to transport. The sound of these headphones is particularly convincing, with silky highs, rounded basses and concise mids that suffer from sounding too sharp. A slight drawback is the earpieces are on the smaller side, so may not be suitable for the listener with notably larger ears.

Whoever is looking for a consistently reliable listening companion for life on the go will find balanced sound and plenty more to enjoy with the Master & Dynamic MW65.

Carsten Kaiser
Carsten Kaiser 29. August 2019

The Master & Dynamics MW07 Plus impressed us with its very long battery life, especially since both the stainless steel case and the wireless in-ears are fast-charging. While the noise suppression was mainly effective with more complex and high-frequency sources of interference, these Bluetooth headphones offer resolution and fine dynamics reminiscent of wired systems. However, a rather short Bluetooth range, a slight background noise and the lack of support for the AAC format have to be taken into account.

Maike Paeßens
Maike Paeßens 1. January 2020