Marshall has added lively noise cancellation to its new Monitor II ANC headphones, a characteristic its different fashions have had for a while, however a primary for the corporate’s over-the-ear mannequin. An ANC button lets customers change between lively noise canceling and “monitoring mode” or flip off lively noise cancellation altogether.
The Monitor II additionally has made the improve to a USB-C charging port, and like different current current Marshall headphones, it provides built-in assist for Google Assistant, so you possibly can rapidly ask questions or have your notifications learn aloud.
Along with the ANC button, the Monitor II headphones have a multi-directional management knob to manage music and telephone features, and an M-button for toggling between personalized equalizer presets and activating Google Assistant.
Marshall says the Monitor II ANC will go 30 hours with out wanted a cost with the lively noise-cancelling lively, and as much as 45 hours with out. Fifteen minutes of charging will give as much as 5 hours of battery life.
The Monitor II ANC headphones can be obtainable March 17th. They’ll retail for $319 within the US, $169 within the US, €299 in Europe, or £269 within the UK.