Subject: Master&Dynamic MH40
Two years have elapsed since I first touched the MH40. My opinions about it haven't changed. Or, the degree to which they have changed is unimpressive. I appreciate its measured, but obvious homage to vintage aesthetic. But, the MH40's utilitarian and forward-thinking design decisions -- e.g., its magnetic earpad fasteners and daisy-chaining cable system -- are truly laudable. And they are obvious baby steps on the way to the MW60, which is a modern masterpiece of use-driven design.
Check out its rotating, rulered fulcrum post.
Its comfy pads sit opposite a sexy grill whose stage centre is Master&Dynamic's beautiful, industrial logo.
Its fastening hardware is metal.