V-MODA and iWorld Australia ink distribution agreement for ANZ

Macworld Australia Staff
23 July, 2010
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HOLLYWOOD (July 22nd, 2010) – V-MODA, the music lifestyle brand and manufacturer of award-winning headphones, today announced signing with iWorld Australia to distribute the entire range of V-moda products to the Australian and New Zealand market place.

Remix Remote, the latest fashion-forward in-ear headphone featuring unrivaled audio performance partnered with an integrated three-button remote. Created by V-MODA’s meticulous acoustics and engineering team, Remix Remote is a completely redesigned version of the company’s original in-ear headphones, created to enhance the listening experience and dynamics of today’s music while capitalizing on the capabilities of the iPhone, iPod and Mac notebooks.

The Crossfade LP offers a sophisticated headphone with a true fashion-forward look. Constructed of lightweight metals and luxurious fabrics, the Crossfade LP is available in White Pearl, Phantom Chrome and Gunmetal Black. For listeners on the move, the Crossfade LP is equipped with a detachable cable featuring a three-button remote control and high-fidelity microphone to easily change volume and answer or end phone calls.

Designed for ultimate durability, unparalleled audio clarity and absolute affordability, Remix Remote is a testament to V-MODA’s passionate dedication to the development of sound and precise construction for even the most discerning listener. From the remastered driver to the redesigned soft silicone fittings developed to enhance ergonomic and audio performance, consumers will enjoy a unique and distinct listening experience with the perfect balance of punchy bass and high-definition audio clarity. The remote and high fidelity microphone allows hands-free access for users to answer calls and control their music library. The all-metal construction, Kevlar®-reinforced cables and commitment to quality is backed by a two-year premium warranty and V-MODA’s “No Questions Asked” 50 percent off lifetime headphone replacement guarantee.

“Great in-ear headphones are a result of a fanatical passion for the skill, art and love of music. We’ve spent years researching and fine-tuning our headphones alongside world-renowned musicians and DJs, and Remix Remote is our best product yet in terms of pure sound, rock solid durability improvements, ergonomics, and value,” said Val Kolton, V-MODA CEO and founder, independent DJ and producer. “In our modern lifestyle we listen to our music on headphones more than at home, in the car or at clubs. It is my goal to recreate the sound and sensations of an epic sound system anywhere and anytime, fused with the fashionable design V-MODA is known for.”

“When it comes to quality sound, comfort and style you just can’t go pass v-moda. We have been working with v-moda to launch the new series of Remix and Crossfade for the ANZ market. I have been using my Crossfade for a couple of weeks and it is truly an audio work of art. The v-moda range is a premium brand with worldwide recognition and will do extremely well in the ANZ market place” States Chad DeClase, Director of iWorld Australia.

ABOUT V-MODA

V-MODA is the music lifestyle brand distinguished by its fashion-forward design, superior sound, and unparalleled quality. Since the debut of its world-renowned product collection, V-MODA has created a world that defines an authentic music culture.

V-MODA is the result of fusing professional DJ and CEO Val Kolton’s passion for high fidelity and progressive design. Together with the world’s most influential DJs and musicians, V-MODA is defining the remix revolution.

About iWorld Australia

iWorld Australia offers a diverse product mix that provides people with seamless electronics integration in their homes, cars, and on the go for iPad®, iPod®, iPhone® and the Apple Mac. Founded in Melbourne, Australia, iWorld Australia is a privately held company and a leader in connectivity solutions, in addition to accessories for mobile phone devices, computers, and more. We provide extensive solutions for iPod®, iPhone® and Apple Mac’s —with our exclusive distribution partnerships with iLuv®, 4Mac®, Dexim® , Speck® , Novothink® , New Potato®, Gosh®, Essential TPE®, Maclove®, Uncommon®, v-moda® branded accessories, power, and digital wireless products.

You can view them all at www.iworldaustralia.com.au, as well as through a network of major distributors, resellers, and superstores. iWorld Australia is a major distributor of digital lifestyle products in the territories of Australia and New Zealand.

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