- V-Moda has debuted the Hexamove Lite and Hexamove Pro true wireless earbuds.
- Both the Hexamove Pro and Lite have an IPX5 rating and support high-quality codecs.
- The V-Moda Hexamove Lite and Hexamove Pro are available now and cost $129.99 and $169.99 respectively.
V-Moda makes some of the toughest headphones on the market, and just released the V-Moda Hexamove Pro and Hexamove Lite earbuds. This is the company’s first foray into the world of true wireless earbuds. Both headsets are for any music lover who needs a durable set of ‘buds that can keep pace with life’s daily, unpredictable demands. With an IPX5 rating and premium build, the Hexamove series could become a new favorite among audio enthusiasts and gym-goers alike.
The V-Moda Hexamove Lite and Pro each include pairs of proprietary BLISS (bass level isolating soft silicone) ear tips and have a similarly sleek, lightweight build. The earbuds share the same six-hour battery life, with an additional 18 hours of battery from the case and both include a carrying pouch. The Hexamove Lite come in three colors: Sand White, black, or red. The Hexamove Pro come in black or white.
Bluetooth 5.0 powers the Hexamove series, and both models support SBC, AAC, and aptX Bluetooth codecs for consistent, high-quality streaming to any device. The Hexamove Pro add aptX Adaptive to that list for scalable wireless streaming. Controlling audio is as easy as tapping the touch panel on either earbud. Listeners can call upon their favorite smart assistant directly from the earbuds and make commands thanks to the integrated microphones.
Listeners who spring for the Hexamove Pro can attach included ear hooks to better keep the earbuds in place while exercising. Alternatively, V-Moda provides an optional neck strap to further stabilize the earpieces during vigorous movement. The V-Moda app supports the Hexamove Pro, which lets listeners equalize the sound. This equalization option is great for listeners who want to tweak the frequency response according to their needs (i.e., gaming, music listening, spoken word content, etc.).
Customization goes beyond sound quality with the Hexamove Pro: listeners can swap out the decorative shields with the included silver and bronze plates. V-Moda also gives listeners the option to monogram or customize the design for a truly personal touch.
Both headsets are available now. The V-Moda Hexamove Lite cost $129.99 while the Hexamove Pro cost $169.99.