Marshall's Monitor II headphones recently got even better when a Bluetooth version was released and now, the Monitor II A.N.C. is bringing support for active noise cancellation.
The Monitor II A.N.C. has large 40mm dynamic drivers, custom tuned to deliver the kind of incredible sound you'd expect from a company that's been making music sound amazing for decades.
Putting the "active" in active noise cancellation, the Monitor II tracks ambient noise and constantly works to block out intrusive sonic clutter. A distinctive control knob activates "Monitoring Mode" in case you need to hear what's going on around you.
That multi-function control knob allows you to play/pause, skip tracks and adjust volume. It also serves as the power button, and will let you answer or reject calls.
With ANC activated, you'll still be able to get 30 hours of wireless playtime. With the feature deactivated, you'll get an extra 15 hours out of the headphones for a total of 45.
In terms of design, the Marshall's headphones feature etal hinges, textured leather, and padded leather.
The Monitor II A.N.C. works with Google Voice and Siri and comes with a dedicated sharing cable. They collapse for easy transport in the included canvas case and the braided charging cable can give you five hours of playtime with just 15 minutes of charging.
The Monitor II A.N.C. will be available next month, March 17, for $319.