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MW50 Headphones - Brown - Master and Dynamic

Thinking Caps


Nicknamed the thinking cap, these handsome wireless headphones combine craft design and durability with superior audio engineering so that, for the first time ever, style is longer a trade-off for sound quality. These heavy grain leather headphones with all-aluminium antenna offer signal range that’s three times better than the industry standard. Sound is locked in with detachable, lambskin memory foam ear pads that can rotate and fold flat for compact travel.


More Info

The MW50 incorporates 40mm berylium drivers, a built-in mute button, omni-directional, noise-isolating dual microphones, a 16 hour battery life and an optional cable for passive audio, and has been built specifically to encourage wearers to escape to their own private world. Master and Dynamic exploded onto the audio engineering scene in 2013 with leather headphones that perform as beautifully as they look, and haven’t looked back since.

Master and Dynamic

When it came to building headphones for the creative class, Master and Dynamic’s founder Jonathan Levine eschewed focus groups and instead relied on his son’s feedback and his own fanatical obsession with materials in order to create technology that gives people their own space.  Recognising that music is the calayst for culture, the Master & Dynamic HQ in New York now incorporates a sound studio which is open to anybody, free of charge.

Technical Information

190mm x 175mm x 60mm

40mm Beryllium Diaphragm

32 ohms


Premium grain cowhide leather, lambskin leather, stainless steel, aluminum

Detachable 1.25m standard cable USB-C charging/ updating cord

Headphone Connection
3.5mm Passive Audio input/ USB-C charging/firmware update input

Ear Coupling
Supra-aural on-ear

Microphone Type
Dual omni-directional microphone array
Machined Aluminum Antenna

Ear Pads
Detachable lambskin memory foam

Bluetooth Profile
Bluetooth 4.1 with aptX™ high quality audio


2 Year Warranty
Gift wrapped
Lambskin earpads
Steel components


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