With Mode II, Marshall Headphones wants to steal the top dog Apple with its AirPods customers. We tested the True Wireless headphones.
Headphone sales have only known one direction for years – up. One product category, that of True Wireless Headphones, is primarily responsible for this boom. Apple made these devices extremely popular with its AirPods, and other manufacturers are benefiting from it too. Marshall Headphones, for example, has a competing product with the Mode II that should convince customers with a completely different look but just as good sound.
The look is based on the other headphones from the manufacturer, in the compact case, which is covered with textured leather, you will find the two earphones, the outside of which is adorned with the “M” of the Marshall lettering. The case has an integrated battery that is supposed to recharge the headphones up to four times – but we only achieved three full and one half charges in the test. Still, the result is good, we just got the promised 25 hours. If they are fully charged after around 70 minutes, you can listen to music for almost 5 hours.
The case has enough energy for almost four full charges.
(Quelle: Marshall Headphones)
In the normal state, the headphones block ambient noise – and even relatively well. If you activate the transparency mode with a long press (no touch!) On the left ear piece, the ambient noise is “put through” to the user’s ear. Since the developers have dispensed with touch elements, the headphones can be operated better than any other true wireless headphones. In around two months of testing, we didn’t have a single incorrect operation. Different control commands are given by pressing the right or left ear part once or several times.
The “M” of the lettering is emblazoned on the ear pieces.
(Quelle: Marshall Headphones)
Overall, Marshall Headphones has brought a very good competitor to the products from Apple, Sony and Co. on the market with the Mode II, which is pleasantly different from the design of the competition and is unparalleled due to its perfect usability. The price of 179 euros is good, other manufacturers charge significantly more here.
Source: com! professional by www.com-magazin.de.
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