Marshall Mid ANC Headphones

Mar 28, 2018

Category: Tech

Marshall has been killing it with their new over-ear headphones. Not only have their releases featured great audio quality, but they’ve all boasted a classic look to them. The one pair they’ve been missing up until now? Headphones with Active Noise Cancelling. Thankfully, they’ve remedied that issue with their new Mid A.N.C. release.

Along with featuring a great design (as most all headphones from Marshall do), these cans have wireless Bluetooth technology that connects the 40mm dynamic drivers to whatever music source you’re playing from. Those drivers pair up with the mid active noise cancelling tech to provide crisp, clear sound that’s uninterrupted by surrounding noise. Have a particularly long commute on the train? Not to worry. These headphones have a wild 20 hour playtime with ANC engaged and more than 30 hours when it isn’t. All of this paired with the guitar-inspired carrying case, microfiber headband, and comfortable cups make this a no-brainer for anyone looking for wireless headphones.

Purchase: $270

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