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.
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.
In addition, Mode II is the ultimate travel companion thanks to its durable rubberised finish, IPX4 water-resistance rating, and charging case.
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.
The Marshall Mode II wireless earphones will be available from August 2021 and will sell for USD $179.99.
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