Both Master & Dynamic and Leica are two brands that SATORI & SCOUT hold in high regard, both for their honesty to design and general product values, and just announced, a second collaboration has launched. As two brand icons come together and share their common values in a capsule collection of sound tools inspired by the design of the world’s fastest aspherical lens, SATORI & SCOUT cannot look much further for a new audio accessory this year, Master & Dynamic For 0.95.
Uniting the senses of sight and sound: 0.95 is a homage to the Leica Noctilux – M 50 mm f/0.95 ASPH lens which reveals details that are hidden to the human eye. Fueled by the human desire to explore new worlds of creativity, the Master & Dynamic collection merges the fine art of precision engineering with valuable materials, sophisticated design and detailed sound, to accompany you on your journey through life, whether you are travelling the globe or savouring the moments of everyday life.
Offering wireless over-ear headphones that boast Bluetooth 4.1 Aptx connectivity and a 16-hour rechargeable battery alongside conventional over-ear headphones, both are manufactured from stainless steel, aluminum, cowhide and lambskin-covered memory foam (for the ear-pads). With details such as featuring the signature Leica red dot, red acoustic ear pad mesh, and custom etching and knurling, these headphones are so good-looking. With matching earphones made from precision-machined solid brass with a chrome PVD-coating and hand-finished body, these lighter alternatives boast a superior fit and acoustic properties due to their 8mm titanium drivers, ergonomic body and changeable ear tips.
A collaboration of essentially the best in photography and audio (though of course, we could list a few brands that may dispute that), SATORI & SCOUT reckon this collaboration between Leica and Master & Dynamic is about as compelling as they come.
Discover more about the collaboration online at: MasterDynamic.com
Master & Dynamic For 0.95Blacks, greys and a red dot. Sounds so simple, yet the execution of this collaboration is just so amazing. Which would you wear, on-head or in-ear? On-head for us.
(Photography Credit : Master Dynamic)