Marshall Mid Bluetooth announced with classic design, 30+ hours battery life

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Marshall claims a downright crazy 30+ hours of battery life for these headphones.

We’ve had a few Marshall products come through the doors at Techaeris HQ and have come away impressed with their offerings. Their headphones and speakers evoke the same type of style as the Marshall guitar amps and cabinets, and feature the same classic scripted Marshall name mark for an immediately recognizable brand. Marshall is adding to their Bluetooth headphone collection with the Marshall Mid Bluetooth on-ear headphones.

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You’re still going to find the classic Marshall styling here, with black leather vinyl, the Marshall script logo, as well as solid metal hinges, brass details, and a plush headband. All interaction with the Marshall Mid Bluetooth headphones can be handled by the multidirectional brass control knob. Here you can play, pause, shuffle, adjust the volume, and power your headphones on and off using the same input. Phone controls are included here as well.

The Marshall Mid Bluetooth headphones are, as one might expect, wireless Bluetooth headphones. You can easily connect via Bluetooth, or via the detachable 3.5mm cord if you’d prefer. If you want to use the cable, it’s likely not because your headphones are out of batteries. Marshall claims a downright crazy 30+ hours of battery life for these headphones. It seems particularly crazy until you realize that some other Marshall headphone models have met or exceeded that limit already. These headphones will be available for the long haul, and will easily last you more than a day (the entire day) on a single charge.

If on-ear headphones are your style, and you love the Marshall design, you can purchase the Marshall Mid Bluetooth now for $200 from Marshallheadphones.com.

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What do you think about the new Marshall Mid Bluetooth on-ear headphones? Are you impressed by the style? Or maybe the battery life? Tell us what you think in the comment section below, or on Google+, Facebook, or Twitter.

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