Marshall Monitor Bluetooth Headphones

Oct 31, 2017

Category: Tech

It’s no secret now that, in addition to making some of the world’s best guitar amplifiers, Marshall also makes some excellent non-musician focused audio equipment. And they’ve just released another in their long line of superb offerings with the new Monitor Bluetooth wireless headphones.

In an easy-to-carry collapsible format, these over-ear ‘phones are equipped with Bluetooth aptX – giving them a range of up to 30-feet of high-fidelity studio-quality playback from your device of choice straight to your ears. And, like much of Marshall’s signature-styled audio equipment, this handsome pair of ear-speakers features the brand’s multi-dimensional control knob, a black vinyl wrap with brass hardware, a 3.5mm output jack for music sharing, and compatibility with the Marshall audio app. The best part of these bad boys, however, is that they can play for over 30 hours on a single charge – limiting the amount of time you have to have them plugged in. They’re selling right now for $290.

Purchase: $290

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