Marshall’s Mode II Earbuds Marks Its First True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

Mar 4, 2021

Category: Tech

Although many larger electronics manufacturers were quick to get onboard with the true wireless trend, smaller audio specialists have been comparatively more restrained. Whether you consider it a resistance to change or a need to get things right, the good news is that we’re finally seeing them enter the game.

Among them being Marshall and its first-ever true wireless in-ear headphone. Dubbed the ‘Mode II,’ they come with a set of custom-tuned 6mm dynamic drivers that ensure the same throaty bass and crisp treble as you’d expect from any of the brand’s other offerings. However, should you want to take control yourself, you can also adjust the EQ settings through the accompanying app. And that’s not all — thanks to the Mode II’s Bluetooth 5.1 compatibility, you even have access to features like Transparency mode and voice assistant at the touch of a button. The headphones themselves are rated for five hours of playtime per charge, but with the addition of the included battery case, you can extend that to up to 25 hours. They’re available now at the link below for $179.

Purchase: $179

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