As soon as the new Marshall Monitor II ANC headphones are presented, the new wireless headphones with two top features: they have USB-C charging and, as the name suggests, offer active noise cancellation technology.
These new headphones replace the first version launched in 2017, with a renewal that starts from the structure, characterized in the Marshall Monitor II ANC by rotating metal hinges that allow it to be folded down to facilitate its transport through the denim fabric bag provided .
They have over-ear pavilions with eco-leather upholstery and classic Marshall logo in white on the external surface. The drivers are 40 mm long and promise a frequency coverage between 20 Hz and 20 kHZ, with sensitivity equal to 96 dB, impedance of 32 Ohm and aptX codec.
They weigh about 320 grams and are equipped with the latest Bluetooth 5.0 technology and both pavilions are equipped with a physical button: on the left, to manage the ANC technology, on the right, to recall the voice assistant with a long press and change equalization with a click fast.
From an autonomy point of view, the new Marshall Monitors II ANC promise 45 hours of operation on a single charge that go down to 30 hours with active noise cancellation. The recharging takes place by connecting them to a powerbank or a power supply through the USB-C port which promises 5 hours of uninterrupted music with a quick recharge of 15 minutes.
Alternatively there is always the AUX socket to use them with the wire even with the battery completely discharged in the latter case for without ANC active. As we said, they will be marketed starting March 17, but can also be pre-ordered today on Amazon. The price of 299.99 euros.
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