Master & Dynamic has staked its name on its mix of refined design, premium materials and crisp, clear audio quality. The company has a number of models under its belt, including wired, wireless and noise-cancelling headphones, in addition to true wireless earbuds and a concrete speaker. Now M&D is venturing into uncharted sonic territory: gaming headsets. With the MG20, the company has built a set of “wireless gaming headphones” with its trademark design and a range of handy features for a whopping $449 (€449/£429). The MG20 has a familiar look to the company’s over-ear headphones, with some simplified design choices. This gaming headset doesn’t have quite as many varying textures as some of M&D’s other products, for example. This time around, the company opted for a combo of aluminum, magnesium, lambskin leather and Alcantara. There’s a detachable boom mic for gaming sessions and the MG20 also has microphones for calls when you’re using them as a set of headphones. The headphones also have a semi-open back design for a wider sound stage and more natural audio quality. Inside, 50mm drivers power 7.1 surround sound with support for aptX HD for music and aptX Low-Latency for mobile gaming. With the debut of the MG20, M&D has added EQ presets to it’s headphone app for the first time, allowing users to select a sound profile to fit their needs. What’s more, independent volume controls for game audio offer another degree of customization. A low-latency USB adapter is compatible with both PlayStation and PC and offers easy switching between devices. Master & Dynamic says the MG20 will last for up to 22 hours on a charge, and thanks to wear detection, the headphones can save battery life when you’re not wearing them. The MG20 will be available in black and white color options starting November 16th.

Master & Dynamic has staked its name on its mix of refined design, premium materials and crisp, clear audio quality. The company has a number of models under its belt, including wired, wireless and noise-cancelling headphones, in addition to true wireless earbuds and a concrete speaker. Now M&D is venturing into uncharted sonic territory: gaming headsets. With the MG20, the company has built a set of “wireless gaming headphones” with its trademark design and a range of handy features for a whopping $449 (€449/£429). 

The MG20 has a familiar look to the company’s over-ear headphones, with some simplified design choices. This gaming headset doesn’t have quite as many varying textures as some of M&D’s other products, for example. This time around, the company opted for a combo of aluminum, magnesium, lambskin leather and Alcantara. There’s a detachable boom mic for gaming sessions and the MG20 also has microphones for calls when you’re using them as a set of headphones. The headphones also have a semi-open back design for a wider sound stage and more natural audio quality. 

Inside, 50mm drivers power 7.1 surround sound with support for aptX HD for music and aptX Low-Latency for mobile gaming. With the debut of the MG20, M&D has added EQ presets to it’s headphone app for the first time, allowing users to select a sound profile to fit their needs. What’s more, independent volume controls for game audio offer another degree of customization. A low-latency USB adapter is compatible with both PlayStation and PC and offers easy switching between devices. Master & Dynamic says the MG20 will last for up to 22 hours on a charge, and thanks to wear detection, the headphones can save battery life when you’re not wearing them. 

The MG20 will be available in black and white color options starting November 16th.

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