A model with this feature is called Monitor II A.N.C.
Marshall has once again refined its Monitor headphones. Following the Monitor and Monitor Bluetooth models, the Monitor II A.N.C. model was added to its range. A distinctive feature of this model is the function of active noise reduction.
For wireless connection to the source, the interface is Bluetooth 5.0. When the active noise canceling function is turned on, the operating time without recharging reaches 30 hours. When the active noise canceling function is turned off, the operation without recharging reaches 45 hours. Fast charging for just 15 minutes gives another 5 hours of operation.
There is a monitoring mode that allows you to turn off noise reduction if you need to hear what is happening around. The controls located on the headset also allow you to switch between equalizer profiles, control playback and adjust the volume, turn the power on and off, and accept and reject calls. Headphones Monitor II A.N.C. work with Google Voice and Siri.
The headphones are equipped with dynamic emitters with a diameter of 40 mm. The sensitivity of the headphones is 96 dB, the impedance is 32 ohms. Frequency response extends from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. Headphones weigh 320 g.
Sales will begin on March 17th. The recommended price is 299 euros. The kit includes a charging cable with a USB-C connector, a cable with a 3.5 mm diameter connector for wired connection and a fabric cover.