New Release V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless Codex Edition

V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless Codex Edition

V-MODA has optimized their popular wireless headphone with a few codecs. Meet V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless Codex Edition.

New Release V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless Codex Edition

The previous rendition of the Crossfade 2 Wireless was comprised of super soft leather and feature a lightweight and collapsible frame and this new rendition is no different. The Codex Edition retains the ultra sleek frame and geometric ear cups. The ear cups are designed to provide maximum passive noise cancellation and sound isolation so you only hear your music and put the world around you on mute.

Codex also supports a 15 hour battery life and features 50mm dual-diaphragm (patent pending) with inner and outer rings that separate the bass from bleeding into the mids and highs for “extraordinary sound quality” as well as a hi-res CCAW coil engineered and made in Japan for premium performance. The frequency response range is extended, spanning 5Hz to 40,000Hz and providing “clean deep bass, ultra clarity and vivid midrange, immersive 3D sound, and integrated microvamp which is AMP/DAC technology.”

By now you’ve probably figured by that the name Codex stands for codecs, and in this case streaming audio codecs. These codecs ensure that you have low-latency streaming for a pure listening experience. This headphone supports AAC, aptX, and SBS.

As with the previous model, customers have the option of engraving their ear cups for an additional fee.

Crossfade 2 Wireless 2 Codex Edition is available in matte black from V-MODA and rose gold for $350. If this is just too much for your blood, Crossfade 2 Wireless headphones without the codecs are available on Amazon for $250.

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