Marshall will forever be best known for its iconic rock ‘n’ roll amplifiers, but it has recently made a push into the consumer headphone space. Since 2016, it released two pairs of Bluetooth headphones, the Major II Bluetooth ($150) and the Mid Bluetooth ($199), both known for their extensive battery life, heavy bass and signature Marshall look. Now, the brand announced what it is calling “the ultimate Bluetooth headphone,” the Marshall Monitor Bluetooth headphones ($250).
They are Marshall’s first wireless over-ear headphones and boast an impressive 30-hour battery life. Even more impressive, however, are its $250 price tag and its Bluetooth aptX streaming capabilities, which allow for wireless hi-fi sound. If the battery dies, you can also plug in its detachable 3.5mm cord and listen to them in traditional analog fashion. The Marshall Monitor Bluetooth headphones come in one style: all-black with brass details.
Key Specs: Marshall Monitor Bluetooth headphones
Driver: 40mm Dynamic Drivers
Impedance: 28 ohms at 1 kHz
Frequency Range: 20Hz–20kHz
Sensitivity: 100mV at 1kHz = 95 dB SPL