Marshall Stamps its Authority on True Wireless Earphones

Posted on 6th October, 2021

Marshall Stamps its Authority on True Wireless Earphones

Marshall has enjoyed many years in the headphone category now, and its latest releases prove the iconic company is not about to rest on its laurels.

The new models include the Motif A.N.C., giving you the control you want over your sound for a truly personalised listening experience. On the other hand, Minor III is straight to business, dropping you into your music without any extra fuss.

Motif A.N.C. features 6mm dynamic drivers and offers 20 total hours of wireless playtime and active noise cancellation. Experience amplified audio in a well-fitting design that is made for all-day listening.

Boasting the biggest sound in the smallest package, Motif A.N.C. delivers on its promise, says Marshall. These earphones allow you to have as little or as much control as you like, with EQ settings that can be adjusted in the dedicated app. Experience amplified sound in a well-fitting IPX5-rated design that is made for all-day listening.

The app allows you to set your own level of active noise cancellation and transparency for a truly personal listening experience. Sealed-fit earbuds provide a level of passive noise cancellation, so you'll enjoy distraction-free listening, even when A.N.C. is turned off.

Each earbud holds 4.5 hours of wireless playtime with full A.N.C. The portable charging case provides 20 total hours of playtime on a single charge. Wireless charging also makes it even easier to charge and go.

Motif A.N.C. is straightforward but intelligent in its design. Intuitive touch-sensitive earbuds make it easier than ever for you to interact with your music and calls, and built-in dual microphones make sure that your voice is heard.

Marshall's Motif A.N.C. is rated at 16Ω impedance, has a quoted sensitivity of 106±2 dB @ 1 mW (0.126Vrms) 1 kHz, frequency response of 20 Hz – 20 kHz, and weighs in at 43.75 grams.

The Marshall Motif A.N.C. will be available early-2022 and will sell for $299.99 RRP.

Minor III delivers mind-blowing audio from its upsized 12mm drivers that are said to be custom-tuned to deliver enhanced bass, smooth mids and clear highs. 

Bringing you the Marshall signature sound without any extra clutter. The Minor III earphones do all the heavy lifting for you. You don't want to be left stranded without music when you need it most, so Minor III packs 25 total hours of wireless playtime to keep you moving. The earbuds hold five hours, and the portable charging case carries four additional charges, so you can slip the earbuds into the case for some extra power when needed. You can easily charge the case wirelessly or with a USB-C cable.

Marshall's Minor III is truly wireless, and the open-fit earbuds fit comfortably in your ears so you can listen all day. Touch-sensitive controls mean you don't even need to take your phone out of your pocket to control your music and calls. 

Minor III also has an IPX4 water-resistance rating so that you can take it with you even on rainy days. 

Marshall's Motif A.N.C. is rated at 32Ω impedance, has a quoted sensitivity of 93 dB SPL (179 mV @ 1 kHz), frequency response of 20 Hz – 20 kHz, and weighs in at 44 grams.

Marshall Minor III will be available at the end of October 2021 and will sell for $199.99 RRP.

For more information visit Marshall


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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