Marshall is a name that has long been synonymous with quality audio devices and accessories, offering speakers that are literally a blast to portable solutions which do not compromise on quality. When it comes to headphones and the portable listening experience, Marshall has also got you covered — with their latest offering, the Marshall Mid Bluetooth. This comes across as an embodiment of Marshall in a headphone, where it will arrive complete with black leather vinyl, signature Marshall script logo, solid metal hinges and brass details.
Of course, it will also remain true to tradition as it is accompanied by its rock ‘n’ roll looks, resulting in a plush headband as well as an on-ear design. In other words, you end up with a distinct look and supreme fit. Those who are interested in the Marshall Mid Bluetooth will be able to pick it up worldwide in select stores as well as through online avenues for $200 a pop.
One will be able to hook up sans wires to the Marshall Mid Bluetooth via Bluetooth aptX technology. Of course, this opens up the door to enjoy your favorite tunes in CD-like audio quality over Bluetooth aptX, and it does minimize both audio and video syncing issues to boot, enabling one to enjoy movies without experiencing any kind of horrible lip sync. Mid Bluetooth will result in the freedom to move around as long as you do not venture beyond the 30 foot radius that remains the existing limit of wireless listening range.
The Marshall Mid Bluetooth headphones will have more than 30 hours of playtime on a full charge, and whenever it starts to run out of juice, you can plug the detachable 3.5mm cord into the empty socket for a wired listening experience, or take advantage of the included micro USB charging cable to juice it up. Any takers?