Modular’s MOD-1 Bluetooth Headphones Are Digital, Analog, and Wireless All in One

If you’ve never heard of Modular, they are an American-based Audio company that has taken to CES to introduce their Mod-1 Digital, Analog, and Wireless Headphones.

Coming complete with an awesome design and even greater quality, the Mod-1 Headphones are a Swiss Army Knife when it comes to audio experience. With its Bluetooth technology, the Mod-1 headphones also come with a micro SD Card to store your music so you can even go without your phone when you’re listening. I’m actually really interested in this feature as I’ve never had headphones with that compatibility. What’s more, the Mod-1’s come with an included FM Radio — if you’re still are a fan of that — and an aux-cable option which is great for you DJ’s out there.

If you’re curious, yes, the Mod-1 Headphones come with noise-isolation for blocking out those annoying surrounding noises; coupled with the adjustable ear padding you’ll be able to wear them for extended periods of time with no worries. The balance sounds and deep bass, I know, will be perfect for fans of heavy pop tracks, and with its extra long battery life, you can go for hours listening to your favorite tunes.

Mod-1 key features and specifications:
? Padded, Replaceable Earpads
? Noise-isolation
? Durable, full-metal band
? 2 hour charge time
? Can use them while charging
? Long-lasting battery life
? Answer and make phone calls
? Aux line-in
? Switch between and control two paired devices
? Skip, Play, Pause tracks directly from headset
? Bluetooth 4.2.2, fully compatible with Android and iPhone
? 40mm neodymium drivers
? Folding design for easy storage
? SD card for mp3/mp4/wav
? NFC chip fast connection
? FM Radio Mode
? Automatic Shut off timer

Currently in stock and shipping, you can purchase the Mod-1 headphones for a limited time price of $99, a nice discount from the $149 price tag it will cost after the increase. Available in three colors (black, gunmetal, and rose gold), you can purchase the Mod-1 Headphones here.

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