Klipsch Mode noise-cancelling headphones

Audio expert Klipsch has unveiled pretty cool looking headphones with ”state-of-the-art” active noise cancelling capabilities.

Called Klipsch Mode, the new headphones features foldable design with ear cups made from of “high-grade” leather and 40mm woofer for deep bass and and dynamic midrange, plus 15mm tweeter for crisp, clean highs, inside them. Specifications include a frequency response of 20 Hz to 20 kHz, sensitivity (@ 1 mW, 15 mm) 97.5 dB and an impedance of 32 Ohms. The headphones comes with two detachable, Hi-Fi inspired cables to fit any device with a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and still can provide up to 45 hours on a single battery. One of the cables has integrated three-button inline remote and  mic, allowing you to use the headphones with your phone.

Klipsch Mode Noise Cancelling Headphones

The Mode headphones will be available this fall bearing a price tag of $350.

Via: UberGizmo via Journal du Geek

Source: Klipsch

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