Louis Vuitton launches Horizon Earphones with an impressive cost of $1090

The true wireless earbuds market is not only attracting the attention of technology companies, but fashion companies like Louis Vuitton (LV) are apparently also interested in entering this market.

Together with the premium audio brand Master & Dynamic, the Louis Vuitton fashion house to bring the latest version of the Horizon Earphone. The shape is familiar because earbuds are based on the Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus, which was launched last year.

These truly wireless headphones include the best audio technologies and a design based on the products of the Italian firm. Of course, with an impressive cost of $1,090, much more expensive than the MW07 Plus, headphones whose critics have also greatly praised the quality.

Each case features a sapphire glass lid and ceramic base
Each case features a sapphire glass lid and ceramic base.

Horizon Earphone does have some interesting technology features such as Active Noise-Canceling and Ambient Listening Mode to keep you alert while listening to others. Thanks to the two microphones, in each headset, enhanced conversation capabilities and clearer phone calls are provided.

Horizon Earphones now have 10 hours of listening time with two additional charges in the case, for 30 hours of total playback time. There is support for fast charging. You can also highlight support for aptX and SBC, wireless charging, and the presence of protection against moisture and dust (IPx5).In addition, the right and left headphones can be used independently. It has a range of Bluetooth 5.0 connections up to 100 feet, and the earphones are compatible with all Bluetooth devices.

If you have the budget and you feel the need to show your Louis Vuitton in your ears, they are for you. Otherwise, settle for the Master & Dynamic MW07 Plus at $299; it’s already a very good reference.

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