The hexagonal earbuds have 6mm drivers that deliver what V-Moda describes as “powerful bass, vibrant mids and pristine highs,” though there’s no active noise cancellation. The Hexamove Lite buds are available in three colors: red, white and black. There are three fitting options as well. As for Hexamove Pro, there are six custom fitting options (though it’s only available in black or white). V-Moda says you’ll be able to mix and match fins, ear-hooks and three in-ear fittings to discover the right combo for your ears. You can also attach the earbuds to a neck strap and stabilizer to prevent you from losing them. In addition, you’ll be able to customize audio on the Pro earbuds using the equalizer tool in the V-Moda app.
Roland’s V-Moda brand is moving into the true wireless earbuds market. The initial Hexamove lineup includes two models: Lite and Pro. V-Moda says you’ll get up to six hours of use on a single charge. The included charging case will bump up the playback time by 18 hours in total.
The brand says both models are IPX5-rated for sweat, water and dust resistance. The Hexamove earbuds are available now from the V-Moda website and Amazon. Hexamove Lite costs $130 and a pair of Hexamove Pro earbuds will run you $170.
The Hexamove, which comes in Lite and Pro variants, boasts audio performance “straight from the DJ booth,” with 6mm drivers in each bud producing “powerful bass, vivacious mids, and pristine highs,” according to V-Moda.
V-Moda, Roland’s high-performance audio brand, has just introduced the Hexamove, the world’s first truly wireless earbuds.
The aptX adaptive, SBC, and AAC codecs from Qualcomm are also supported.
The bundled charging case extends the playing period by an additional 18 hours.
Red, white, and black are the three colours offered for the Hexamove Lite buds. There are three different ways to wear it. There are six unique fitting possibilities for Hexamove Pro, however it is only available in black or white. Listeners will be able to mix and match fins, ear hooks, and three in-ear fittings to get the perfect fit for your ears, according to V-Moda.
Customers may also use a neck strap and stabiliser to keep the earphones from falling out. Additionally, the V-Moda app’s equaliser tool will allow them to adjust audio on the Pro earbuds.