Iconic British amp company Marshall has brought their classic brass accents to its first ever in-ear wireless headphones, the Minor II Bluetooth headphones. Available now for $199.
The headphones are the upgraded version of the original Minor wired headphones, released back in 2011, bringing wireless and Bluetooth technology to the world-famous rock and roll brand.
The Marshall Minor II headphones feature an ear loop design that claims to allows the headphones to remain secure in your ears.
Being a Marshall product, the headphones promise rich highs, crisp mids, and clear balanced bass via its custom-tuned 14.2 mm dynamic drivers.
They also include a microphone/battery module that features Marshall’s joystick-style control knobs for raising/lowering the volume and skipping tracks.
The Minor II features an auto-pause function, automatically pausing audio playback when the two magnetic ends of the headphones are connected.
Marshall claims the Minor II Bluetooth earphones should provide up to 12 hours of battery life and offers quick-charge tech that provides two hours of playback off a 20-minute charge, or two hours of charging to get back to full power.
The headphones support Bluetooth Qualcomm aptX audio and Bluetooth 5.0 standard and are available in black, brown, and white.