M&D says it has found that people use the MW07 for training, although they are not specifically designed for it. This first model is only IPX4 rated spray-painted. This may be enough to keep the science from ruining $ 299, but much of the competition offers more protection. Responding to customer feedback, the company decided to create a "specialized active model" that is smaller, more durable and has better water resistance.
The ears themselves are made of Composite TR90, a substance commonly used in eyeglass making. M&D took inspiration from the glasses before: both MW07 and MW07 Plus have acetate shells, which is also the material used to make eyeglass frames. To ensure a secure fit, the MW07 Go comes with three sizes of Fit Wings and five sizes of earbuds. You can use wings with wings, but I found they help keep things going. And if you have to call, the MW07 Go comes with dual beam-forming microphones, which the company says will "filter out the outside noise" if you find yourself in a strong place.
Physical controls from MW07 remain, with volume buttons on the left earpiece and a multifunction option on the right for play / pause, skip songs, and call for your voice assistant. However, the MW07 Go does not have proximity sensors, so the headphones will not automatically pause when you pull them out of your ears. They also lack the active noise cancellation and ambient mode found in the new MW07 Plus.