Marshall Mid Bluetooth Headphones with aptX

Marshall has released its latest Mid Bluetooth headphones. With built-in aptX and custom drivers, the headphones deliver high-quality stereo audio, and charming design adds more fashionable tech in your daily life.

Marshall Mid Bluetooth Headphones

Appearance design

The Mid is a premium and stylish Bluetooth-enabled wireless headphones. As shown in the images, the headphones feature an eye-catching modern and luxurious design shown by its solid black metal 3D hinges, plush headband and earcups with leather-like exteriors, and the subtle brass accents and signature Marshall script complement to the gorgeous looks.

Moreover, its soft cushioned earcups lightly rest upon your ears, and the adjustable 3D hinges and cushioned headband are designed for comfortable wearing experience. Meanwhile, its collapsible design allows you to take your Mid for any trip.

Acoustic features

The wireless headphones feature two custom tuned 40mm dynamic drivers plus built-in Bluetooth aptX technology in order to stream balanced, CD-quality audio from your smartphone or tablet, and an extra 3.5mm socket allows it to work with any music player with 3.5mm audio jack or share your favorite music with someone else.

Marshall Mid Bluetooth Headphones

Using a subtle multidirectional control knob you can easily control your music playback and adjust the volume if your device. Built-in passive noise reduction microphone lets you answer handsfree calls. Apart from these, its rechargeable battery offers over 30 hours of wireless playtime between charges.

Price and availability

The Mid Bluetooth wireless headphones will set you back $199 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details.

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