Marshall Releases its First True Wireless Earphones

Posted on 6th July, 2021

Marshall Releases its First True Wireless Earphones

Marshall's Mode II marks the brand's first true wireless in-ear headphones and, of course, sports the Milton Keynes-based music equipment company's iconic styling.

We're told that Marshall's Mode II's custom-tuned 6mm dynamic drivers are good for a frequency response of 20 Hz–20 kHz, while the ergonomic design and range of ear tips should enable long listening sessions without your ears getting tired.

Marshall Mode II Iggy Pop

The touch-responsive earbuds allow you to easily control your music, answer calls and more, with Bluetooth 5.1 keeping the earphones and your source device connected. You can also fine-tune your EQ settings to create the custom sound you want to hear.

Marshall Mode II

In addition, Mode II is the ultimate travel companion thanks to its durable rubberised finish, IPX4 water-resistance rating, and charging case.

Marshall Mode II

Mode II offers 5 hours of wireless playtime on a single charge. The embossed-logoed charging case will charge Mode II up to four more times, giving you a total of 25 hours of rocking out on the go.  The charging case can also be charged wirelessly or with the included USB-C cable.

Marshall Mode II

The Marshall Mode II wireless earphones will be available from August 2021 and will sell for AUD $249.99 | NZD $ 289.99.

For more information visit Marshall Headphones

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    Jay Garrett

    StereoNET’s resident rock star, bass player, and gadget junkie. His passion for gadgets and Hi-Fi is second only to being a touring musician.

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