Aëdle launches its first wireless, made-to-order headphones

French audio brand Aëdle might have been in the business for less than a decade but their range of high-end headphones have been critically acclaimed for both design and audio quality. The company that describes itself as the makers of ‘travel instruments’ has finally added a wireless headphone to its product range. The new Aëdle VK-X wireless noise cancelling headphones build upon the company’s brilliant VK-1; however; the French audio company is a $50 made-to-order customization option on its latest offering. It will offer the buyers to choose between several warm lambskin leathers sourced from the south of France and cool aluminum options.

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In terms of technical specs, the headphones feature Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, 24-bit DSP/DAC high-resolution audio, AptX and LDAC compatibility, USB-C charging, and active noise canceling technology. Aëdle plans to launch the VK-X wireless headphone in November this year, but the company has launched a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo for those looking to get their hands on it early. Those who pre-order on the crowdfunding platform will also get a massive discount of close to fifty percent. Only a limited quantity of 1000 units are up for grabs, available on first come, first serve basis, with a starting price of $325. The headphones will eventually retail for $650.

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