Without a doubt associated with stylish audio equipment, Marshall is getting into the active noise cancellation game. They have released a fresh new pair of Bluetooth headphones, the Mid ANC.
Marshall, famous for its amps used by everybody from Jimi Hendrix to Eddie Van Halen, entered the consumer audio market some years ago. Lately, Marshall Headphones has followed up its original collection of products by adding more over-the-ear headphones, in-ear headphones, and wireless powered speakers.
Not only have their products presented excellent audio quality, but they have all had a classic look to them. Along with supplying steadfast noise cancellation in their new Mid ANC–which dampens environmental sound to supply a totally immersive sonic experience–the headphones employ Bluetooth aptX technology for up to 20 hours of wireless playtime. 30 hours if you turn off the noise cancellation feature. That is over Bluetooth, of course; in the event the power dies while you are out and about, you could connect a 3.5mm audio cable to pick up where you left off. The audio port can also be used to share music with another person.
The 40mm drivers pair up with the mid active noise cancelling tech to provide crisp, clear sound that’s uninterrupted by surrounding noise. All of this combined with the guitar-inspired carrying case, microfiber headband, and comfortable cups make this a no-brainer for anybody in search of wireless headphones. Additional features include a microfiber headband, brass-plated logos, black anodized metal, and an integrated remote/microphone. If you like something more modern looking check out the Sony’s awardwinning WH-1000XM2 wireless active noise-cancelling headphones. The Marshall Mid ANC is available from Marshall now for $269.