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V-Moda unveils a wireless version of its Crossfade headphones

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Dig the look and sound of V-Moda's Crossfade M-100 headphones, but not the cord that comes with them? You no longer have to give them up simply because you don't like wires. V-Moda has released the Crossfade Wireless, which (as you might have guessed) gives you the option of going cord-free through Bluetooth. It's not just a straight-up adaptation of the heavily customizable gear you already know, though. Plugging in a wire automatically shuts off all the electronics, keeping the lag (important for DJs and creative pros) to a minimum. You're also getting a "refined" take on the M-100's 50mm drivers, and the Bluetooth antennas have been tuned with the Apple Watch and Android Wear in mind -- if you want to pair a tiny smartwatch with gigantic headphones, these may be ideal. You can snag a pair of Crossfade Wireless cans in chrome or silver for $299 right now, while more somber-hued black and red models are coming soon.

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