Marshall has a new pair of wireless cans just in time for the holiday season.
The headphones, called Mid Bluetooth, follows the Major II in Marshall's line of Bluetooth-ready headphones, so if that's any indication, they should be loud, with plenty of bass. They feature a 30-hour battery life, Bluetooth aptX and 40mm drivers, and a single analog knob for controls. You can use it to play, pause, shuffle, and adjust volume. You can also use it to answer and end calls.
Again, similar to the Major II, the Mid Bluetooth can also share audio with someone else while wirelessly connected to your phone. All you need is a the included 3.5mm audio cable. The main difference between the $150 Major II and the new $200 Mid Bluetooth is looks. The new headphones are on-ear cans that sport a black design with gold accents and the iconic script logos.
If this interests you, the Mid Bluetooth is available now from Marshall's website.