Roland’s V-Moda releases first-ever true wireless earbuds

Highly customisable and designed for life on the go.

Credit: V-Moda

Roland’s high-performance audio brand, V-Moda, has just released their first-ever true wireless earbuds, the Hexamove.

Available in Lite and Pro models, the Hexamove touts audio performance “straight from the DJ booth” with 6mm drivers in each bud delivering what V-Moda says is “powerful bass, vivacious mids and pristine highs”. Qualcomm aptX adaptive, SBC and AAC codecs are also supported.

The Hexamove will also come with three different fittings to suit the user’s preference, with fins and earhooks included for greater customisation and comfort. In fact, those who want to express a hint of personal style can even opt for custom shields on their Hexamove Pros, with V-Moda offering designs and monograms for that added personal touch.

Keeping with the theme of personalisation, Hexamove Pro users will be able to use the V-Moda app to adjust EQ levels or to switch sound profile presets.

Credit: V-Moda

Those intending to use these earbuds on the go will also appreciate the neck strap and stabiliser that come with the earphones, which are IPX5 sweat, water, and dust resistant. The Hexamove boasts 6 hours of battery life on a single charge, with a further 18 hours stored in the charging case.

The Hexamove Lite is available in red, white and black, while the Hexamove Pro comes in white and black with interchangeable silver and bronze shields. Interested buyers can order now via the V-Moda website, with the Hexamove Lite set at £95 / $130 and the Hexamove Pro costing £124 / $170.