Marshall Mid ANC

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  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC
  • Marshall Mid ANC

Specs / Features


Mid a.n.c is an active noise canceling headphone | Bluetooth aptX gives you the freedom of a wireless headphone | Up to 20 hours of playtime when active noise canceling and Bluetooth are engaged or 30+ hours of wireless playtime without ANC. | Custom tuned drivers for superior Audio, which delivers a robust sound that perfectly Balances clarity with just the right amount of bass | Wirelessly answer, reject or end a call with the control knob. Two built-in passive noise reduction microphones allow you to have conversations and record voice memos through your device.

Mid a.n.c is an active noise canceling headphone | Bluetooth aptX gives you the freedom of a wireless headphone | Up to 20 hours of playtime when active noise canceling and Bluetooth are engaged or 30+ hours of wireless playtime without ANC. | Custom tuned drivers for superior Audio, which delivers a robust sound that perfectly Balances clarity with just the right amount of bass | Wirelessly answer, reject or end a call with the control knob. Two built-in passive noise reduction microphones allow you to have conversations and record voice memos through your device.

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Specification

Overview
Type Over-Ear
Volume Control Yes
Playback Control Yes
Noise Canceling Yes
Brand Marshall
Model 04092138
Warranty 12 months
Weight 208 grams
(7.34 ounces)

Critic Reviews


TechRadar

Headphones for those who want to stand out from the crowd

from TechRadar

The Marshall Mid ANC are retro-styled headphones with modern tech like active noise cancellation and aptX support. We loved the Mid ANC for its styling and punchy sound, but were let down by its lack of detail, annoying ANC switch and squeaky hinges.

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The Marshall Mid ANC are retro-styled headphones with modern tech like active noise cancellation and aptX support. We loved the Mid ANC for its styling and punchy sound, but were let down by its lack of detail, annoying ANC switch and squeaky hinges.

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TechNave

The making of twilight

from TechNave

There’s no doubt you can find more affordable ANC on-ear headphones. The noise-canceling and sound quality won’t disappoint you, but they also won’t blow you away either. The battery life is phenomenal, though. Let’s be honest: Marshall Mid ANCs are first and foremost about style. If you...More

There’s no doubt you can find more affordable ANC on-ear headphones. The noise-canceling and sound quality won’t disappoint you, but they also won’t blow you away either. The battery life is phenomenal, though. Let’s be honest: Marshall Mid ANCs are first and foremost about style. If you dig the signature look that Marshall is known for, you’re going to dig these as well.

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Gear Patrol

Live up to Marshall’s heritage

from Gear Patrol

There’s no doubt you can find more affordable ANC on-ear headphones. The noise-canceling and sound quality won’t disappoint you, but they also won’t blow you away either. The battery life is phenomenal, though. Let’s be honest: Marshall Mid ANCs are first and foremost about style. If you...More

There’s no doubt you can find more affordable ANC on-ear headphones. The noise-canceling and sound quality won’t disappoint you, but they also won’t blow you away either. The battery life is phenomenal, though. Let’s be honest: Marshall Mid ANCs are first and foremost about style. If you dig the signature look that Marshall is known for, you’re going to dig these as well.

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PhoneArena

Robust audio quality that favors a neutral tone

from PhoneArena

A pair of on-the-ear headphones that undercuts most of its esteemed rivals, showing to us that Marshall is without a doubt becoming extremely serious about its wireless headphones. If you're tired of being like everyone else and want to stand out, the Marshall MID ANC will undoubtedly offer a refreshing change of scenery.

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A pair of on-the-ear headphones that undercuts most of its esteemed rivals, showing to us that Marshall is without a doubt becoming extremely serious about its wireless headphones. If you're tired of being like everyone else and want to stand out, the Marshall MID ANC will undoubtedly offer a refreshing change of scenery.

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Cnet

This wireless noise-canceling headphone rocks -- except for its price

from Cnet

While it needs come down in price, Marshall's Mid ANC delivers strong performance in a compact design.

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While it needs come down in price, Marshall's Mid ANC delivers strong performance in a compact design.

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TrustedReviews

Satisfying rocker headphones

from TrustedReviews

If you just love Marshall’s amps and brand, the Marshall MID ANC should be a comfy fit. They look good, are fairly comfortable and – while not perfect – the active noisecancellation does take the edge off city noise.

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If you just love Marshall’s amps and brand, the Marshall MID ANC should be a comfy fit. They look good, are fairly comfortable and – while not perfect – the active noisecancellation does take the edge off city noise.

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Digital Trends

Perfect headphones for the travelling rocker

from Digital Trends

A great portable headphone model for listeners who want to block out the outside world, but who don’t want the same boring looks and sound offered by the vast majority of noise-canceling models.

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A great portable headphone model for listeners who want to block out the outside world, but who don’t want the same boring looks and sound offered by the vast majority of noise-canceling models.

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BGR

A glorious pair of noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones

from BGR

All things considered, I’d say Marshall’s Mid ANCs are a strong contender for the best wireless noise-cancelling on-ear headphones available now, especially if style and fashion are a priority. If nothing else, it’s an impressive debut into the world of noise-cancelling headphones for Marshall.

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All things considered, I’d say Marshall’s Mid ANCs are a strong contender for the best wireless noise-cancelling on-ear headphones available now, especially if style and fashion are a priority. If nothing else, it’s an impressive debut into the world of noise-cancelling headphones for Marshall.

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PC Magazine

You won't find better noise-canceling Bluetooth headphones under $300

from PC Magazine

The Marshall Mid ANC headphones get just about everything right, from excellent Bluetooth audio performance to respectable noise cancellation. When you throw in a cable with a remote, a nice travel case, and a comfortable design, you have a winner.

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The Marshall Mid ANC headphones get just about everything right, from excellent Bluetooth audio performance to respectable noise cancellation. When you throw in a cable with a remote, a nice travel case, and a comfortable design, you have a winner.

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Pocket-lint

Classic rock style meets modern noise-cancelling tech

from Pocket-lint

Marshall's Mid ANC takes what made the 2017 model instantly recommendable, but adds active noise-cancelling to create a surprisingly capable pair of on-ear headphones. What's more, they'll cost you so much less than competing on/over-ears from other more well-known brands.

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Marshall's Mid ANC takes what made the 2017 model instantly recommendable, but adds active noise-cancelling to create a surprisingly capable pair of on-ear headphones. What's more, they'll cost you so much less than competing on/over-ears from other more well-known brands.

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