Marshall Mode II – true wireless in-ear buds from Marshall

Marshall headphones has released its first true wireless, Bluetooth in-ear earphones, the Mode II. Built with the signature looks that Marshall fans will know and love, the buds feature custom-tuned dynamic 6mm drivers that create a rich audio experience with growling bass, natural-sounding mids and crisp treble.

The buds deliver 5 hours of wireless playtime on a single charge whilst the charging case offers another 4 charges equalling 25 hours of music playback. Once the case is out of battery, it can either be charged wirelessly or via USB-C.

Realistically, people who buy Marshall products love the design theme that runs throughout their product line-up and the Mode II are no different. The rugged design and embossed Marshall script mean that the charging case works hard while looking iconic. The earbuds display the Marshall “M” for a subtle but noticeable nod to the legacy of rock ’n’ roll.

Mode II offers a truly wireless experience with Bluetooth 5.1 technology. Easily control your music and phone calls, and activate Transparency mode and native voice assistant with just a touch of your finger.

The buds are IPX4 water-resistant and will be available online from 18 March at a price of £159.99 here in the UK.


Marshall Emberton – a portable speaker packing a punch

The Marshall Emberton is the most compact Bluetooth speaker to the portable speaker range. Marshall utilises True Stereophonic, a unique form of multi-directional sound allowing the user to experience 360-degree sound.

How does it do that from such a small speaker? Marshall has found a way to separate the spatial content of stereo recordings, so that the small Emberton speaker can produce a much larger and louder sound than its footprint.

The Emberton features that iconic Marshall styling, such as the solid metal grille and iconic Marshall script adorn the front of the speaker, echoing the legacy of rock ’n’ roll. Up top, the speaker is controlled with a single multi-directional control knob allowing you to play, pause, skip tracks and adjust the volume of your speaker, as well as turn it on or off.

Combine that with IPX7 water resistance and over 20 hours of playback you have a true poolside companion. If your party goes longer than 20 hours, it can be fast charged with the USB-C cable offering 5 hours of playback in 20 minutes. It is available in store now for £129.99.

Marshall fridges

Marshall….. a brand synonymous with music. this brand sells beautiful amps and even delved into headphones more recently. the company seems to have enjoyed branching out as its gone for a white good.

This white good will put a ‘SMEG’ to shame. Marshall have created a fridge that looks like any other Marshall amp.

The slogan for the fridge is “The coolest icon in music just got cooler.

it has the normal features you would find on a Marshall amp. authentic Marshall logos and facing with knobs that turn up to 11.

the fridge can hold up to 125l or 4.4cu feet.

it has convenient can storage in the door for easy access.

for now its up for pre-order at $299 from the Marshall website and shipping will start on October 1st of 2012 so there is a bit of a wait.

check it out here