Marshall has introduced new wireless headphones Monitor II A.N.C. they are made in the brand's signature design with leather inserts. The distinctive features of the model are the active noise reduction function, an impressive battery life, and support for Google's voice assistant.
Monitor II A.N.C. is equipped with individually adjustable dynamic 40 mm emitters. The claimed frequency range is from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. When you press a special button on the headphone case, the active noise reduction function is activated. Another button (copper) allows you to control the playback of music, and the third - launches the "Google Assistant". You can use it to make a call, find out the information you need, create a reminder, or send a message without taking out your smartphone.
The battery capacity of the headphones is not disclosed, but the manufacturer claims 30 hours of continuous playback with noise reduction turned on and up to 45 hours with it turned off. If the battery is low, the Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. can be connected with a 3.5 mm cable. They are charged via the USB Type-C connector. When traveling, the headphones can be folded to a compact size and hidden in a complete fabric case.
The new product will go on sale on March 17 at a price of $319.99.