VK-X Headphones

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All individualists with a love for sound and design better listen up as aëdle launches their first wireless headphones. With the VK-X, the Paris-based audio brand that was founded in 2011 by Baptiste Sancho and Raphaël Lebas de Lacour continue their mission to create audio accessories relying on three fundamental pillars: heritage, timelessness, technology. The VK-X joins the existing VK collection (consisting of the VK-1 and VK-2 headphones), and stands alongside other fine audio products such as the hybrid ODS-1 earphones.

With a USB-C port and a stereo advanced 24 bit high sound quality audio DAC for wired use and great audiophile codecs (LDAC, APTX HD, AAC) for wireless use, the VK-X’s technical specifications meet the high standards of contemporary audio devices. Its minimalist outer appearance doesn't rank behind and can be customised to go along with every style and personality.

Introducing a new Made-To-Order-Service that lets customers choose from selected leathers and anodised aluminium, the VK-X headphones are available for pre-order in limited quantity on indiegogo—and thus meeting very contemporary customer needs.

aëdle navigates through art and technique, future, and tradition to offer a unique definition of audio luxury and travel instruments. The alliance of secular and contemporary knowhow with the use of noble materials is at the heart of aëdle’s creative process. We believe that the key to success lies in the mastery of details, which explains why all our products, and so will the VK-X, are assembled carefully by hand in Paris.

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