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Marshall goes wireless with their newest headphones
If you’re familiar with guitar amps at all, Marshall is a name you’re familiar with. They make plenty of quality audio gear that has earned them the trust of audio professionals over the years. In the last few years they’ve also found success with their consumer products, but their newest pair of headphones ditch wires for Bluetooth.
Keeping with the company’s previous product designs, the new Monitor Bluetooth headphones have a slim all-black design with brass accents. You’ll get an impressive 30 hours of constant playback and aptX support for higher quality streaming over Bluetooth assuming you have a compatible source device. Of course they do have the option to hardwire in an audio cable as well, so you won’t be stuck without music if you ever forget to charge them. One downside is that these appear to charge via micro USB, so they’ll take you one step further away from the one cable future.
As Bluetooth headphones these are designed for portability so you can easily fold them down into a compact size. A brass knob on the side of the ear cup not only resembles the brass knobs you’ll find on their amplifiers, but also lets you control your music and answer/end phone calls. These also have two noise cancelling microphones for better quality voice calls so whether you’re listening to music or taking a business call you’ll come through loud and clear.
If you’re a fan of the legendary company or just feel like these might be the headphones for you, you can pick them up via their website for $249.