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Marshall's flagship Monitor II A.N.C. headphones now available in Singapore

By Liu Hongzuo - on 24 Apr 2020, 10:40am

Marshall's flagship Monitor II A.N.C. headphones now available in Singapore

Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. headphones.

Marshall's Monitor headphones are the brand's flagship offering, and it's only recently where they announced the Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. headphones. Effectively, this is quite an update to their popular headphone range, packing a host of flagship-tier headphone features into these cans that feature 40mm drivers.

The Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. features two headlining features. One, which is Active Noise-Cancelling, which Marshall claims that the headphones use an advanced ANC technology to continuously pinpoint and measure ambient noise to block out stuff you don't want to hear. The ANC feature can be toggled between its namesake, a "Monitor Mode", and its off-state.

The second key feature is the Marshall Monitor II A.N.C.'s compatibility with Google Assistant, permitting voice-assisted controls via a press-and-hold of the 'M' button on the headphones. You can switch playlists, have messages read to you, and be given directions without having to remove the headset in between tracks.

The canvas bag (left) for travelling carry-ons.

The Marshall Monitor II A.N.C packs all the essential components that make it a flagship model through and through. The over-ear headphones feature an ergonomic, plush headband with rotating metal swivel hinges. Despite its classic Marshall appearance, the Monitor II A.N.C. also has a collapsible design for travel use. Its wireless compatibility comes in the form of Bluetooth 5.0, offering 30 hours wireless playtime with ANC switched on and 45 wireless hours without. Other goodies include a USB-C charging cable, a detachable 3.5mm audio cord, and a canvas carrying bag.

It's now available in Singapore via the official distributor's webstore and the official Lazada online storefront at S$549.

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