Leading manufacturer of stylish headphones, V-MODA has announced the availability of the latest V-MODA REVAMP high-fidelity in-ear headphones, which is part of the V-MODA for True Blood lineup. The headphones are designed for rockers, DJs and producers and claimed to deliver pulse-pounding synthesis of sound, style along with comfortable experience.
V-MODA REVAMP in-ear headphones are equipped with a microphone that is made from aircraft-grade aluminum. The REVAMP earphones are powered with V-MASQUE driver to deliver vibrant bass, vivid mids, vivacious highs and other quality effects. The BEATPORT delivers true 3D sound for live music experience. The earphones also enhanced with re-mastered BLISS 2.0 (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicone), noise-isolating fitting to create powerful and great sound with stability.
The REVAMP headphones are passed from strict MIL-810-STD test guidelines. They’re light weight, constructed from metal and Kevlar reinforced fabric cables. The fabric cable reduce tangles whereas gold-plated steel plug can extend strain relif to 45-degree to provide withstand stress. The detachable sport earhooks incorporates the ACTIVE FLEX technology to allow users to adjust the headphone according to the ear and to minimize the unwanted cable noise.
V-MODA REVAMP Headphone Key features:
- ACTIVE FLEX detachable sport earhooks for safe and secure fit for usage in gym and other places.
- Re-mastered BLISS 2.0 (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicone) to reduce noise and enhance stability. fittings reduce outside noise and enhance stability, sound and comfort. Includes four pairs of black silicone fittings (XS, S, M, L)
- One-button microphone it is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Blackberry, as well as with all tablets, notebooks, audio devices and smartphones etc. with a 3.5mm port
The ‘V-Moda for True Blood’ Series REVAMP Headphone is now available immediately at suggested retail price $120 (Approx Rs. 5400) across United States (US), but company will offer discounted price of $99.99 (Approx Rs. 4500) throughout the Season 4 of True Blood.