Marshall Minor II Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones

Oct 9, 2018

Category: Tech

Beginning their legacy with revolutionary guitar amps in 1962, Marshall has since evolved to become one of the most iconic audio device companies in the business. In 2011, they set the bar high with their Minor In-Ear Headphones, but they’ve come up with a sequel to top their first headphones, packing some prime upgrades.

These headphones utilize Bluetooth aptX technology, allowing them to play the tunes you love for 12 hours on a single charge. Even if you run out of juice, you can use the quick charge functionality, allowing you to get two hours of playtime with just 20 minutes of charging. It also features Marshall’s innovative ‘ear-fit system’ with an adjustable loop for a snug, customized fit, allowing the Minor II to stay in place with no issues. If you need to pause your playlist, you can simply connect the magnetic earbuds and wear them around your neck. The custom-tuned 14.2 mm dynamic drivers bring you rich and pronounced sound that will allow you to feel like you’re sitting front and center of your favorite artist’s concert.

Purchase: $180

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