Marshall's new wireless headphones last 45 hours

20 February 2020

Is your headset draining quickly? It's worth considering a longer-lasting model. For example, the just introduced Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. This is the second generation of headphones.

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The Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. lasts up to 30 hours with noise cancellation. Without it, the time increases to 45 hours. A nice bonus: there's powerful USB-C charging. You can get 5 hours in 15 minutes.

The bowls are ergonomic. They enclose 40-millimeter drivers. The frequency range is 20 to 20,000 Hz. Communication with the signal source is via Bluetooth 4.2 (at a distance of up to 10 m).

The battery suddenly died? Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. has a traditional 3.5mm output (for wired connection). There are 2 keys on the rim - "ANC" and "M". The first one activates the noise suppression. The second serves to call the voice assistant (Google Assistant).

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In addition, the "M" button is responsible for switching EQ modes. Fine adjustments are available in the mobile app. It is offered to Android and iOS users.

The novelty weighs 320 g. The kit includes a 3.5 mm audio jack, USB-C cable and carrying case. Sales will start on March 17 this year. However, pre-orders are already being taken. The price is $320 (per gram Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. per dollar).