Marshall’s new Bluetooth headphones last at least 30 hours on a charge
Marshall is a big name is the audio game, but they’ve only been making Bluetooth headphones for a few months. Earlier this year they launched the Major II Bluetooth headphones which deliver excellcent sound quality at a reasonable cost. Now that company has launched a new option, the Mid Bluetooth.
This pair of Bluetooth headphones brings 40mm drivers and aptX technology. What does that mean? Basically, great audio. However, the big feature on these headphones is battery life.
The biggest disadvantage of wireless headphones is charing them up, but Marshall promises a crazy 30+ hours of battery life out of the Mids, at that’s at a minimum. Most Bluetooth headphones claim less than 10 hours, so needless to say, 30 hours is pretty impressive.
Just like Marshall’s other headphones, the Mids feature a unique design with a volume knob, curled cables coming from the earcups, and a 3.5mm headphone jack which serves two purposes. You can use that jack to listen to music directly from your smartphone if you happen to run out of power, or you can use it to share whatever music you’re streaming with a friend. A 3.5mm cable is also included with the headphones.
Marshall’s Mid Bluetooth headphones are available now via the company’s website for $199.