Marshall announces new Mode II wireless in-ear headphones
What you need to know
- Marshall has just announced some brand new wireless headphones.
- Mode II is a pair of true wireless in-ear buds.
- They have great sound, 25 hours of playtime, and a customizable EQ.
Marshall has today unveiled its brand new Mode II in-ear headphones, featuring 25 hours of playtime, customizable EQ, and more!
As it seeks to challenge the Best True Wireless Earbuds on the market, including Apple's own AirPods and AirPods Pro, Marshall has designed its brand new Mode II in-ear headphones to feature "signature sound", 25 hours of playtime, an ergonomic fit, true-wireless technology, customizable EQ, and a portable charging case. From Marshall:
Weighing in at $179, the Mode II headphones come with custom 6mm dynamic drivers with a frequency response range of 20 Hz - 20 kHz, with each earbud weighing in at less than five grams.
Marshall also announced a new 'Never Stop listening' campaign with Iggy Pop. From Marshall:
Marshall's new Mode II headphones will be available from March 18, and pre-orders are available from Marshall from today. We'll have our own review dropping very soon. Spoiler alert: they sound real good.
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