After a legendary and successful career in the field of audio, the iconic brand Marshall offers a full range of headphones and speakers, targeting ordinary users, as well as professionals. However, it is high time Marshall take a step forward into a line that blooms over the last few years, the true Wireless Earp.
Marshall has officially announced Mode II, its first pair of true wireless headphones, that is engineered to deliver a thunderous audio experience and 5 hours of portable playtime from a single charge.
The earbuds have a small size, black matte finish and Marshall’s logo embossed on the top. Each earbud weighs 4.75 grams. The wireless headphones certified in IPX5 protocol, so users can wear them when it rains or when they workout.
The case comes into an oval design with a leather-like finish. LED lights indicate the current battery level and charging case supports USB Type-C (the case holds four charges), which weights 35 grams.
Every earbud uses large 6 mm drivers which delivers a frequency response of between 20 Hz and 20 kHz, giving to users a thunderous sound. There is no "ANC - Active Noise Cancellation" technology, but the company states that the sound in the user's ears is very well isolated due to its design.
Marshall Mode II will be available from 18th March 2021 at a price of €179, through the company’s official website. They are compatible with iOS and Android, with the connection made via Bluetooth 5.1.