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Marshall launches Mode II, the company's first TWS earphones

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The TWS market is booming globally for the past few years and it is weird that a notable audio brand like Marshall is late to that party. But, it is better late than never.
Marshall launches Mode II, the company's first TWS earphones
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Marshall Mode II TWS earphones now official!

Marshall has just launched the company's very first TWS earphones called the Mode II.
Buds with the carrying case
Buds with the carrying case

The Mode II is reminiscent of the wired Mode with a large "M" logo, Black matte-like finish at the back, and a half in-ear design for shallow insertion and arguably better comfort. The body just appears to be a little bigger as it sports other components inside allowing it to be a wireless device. It also has an IPX5 water-resistance rating for the buds and IPX4 for the case.

Marshall claimed that it uses a custom-tuned 6mm dynamic driver to create a "rich audio experience with growling bass, natural-sounding mids, and crisp treble".

The buds connect via Bluetooth 5.1 technology. It can also be controlled with a touch of your finger. This also has a Transparency mode, EQ settings, and native voice assistant.

This also has a dual microphone for audio recordings and calls.

The Mode II also has a promise of delivering 5 hours of wireless playtime on a single charge and a total playback time of 25 hours with the help of the carrying case with LED light. The carrying case can provide up to 4 times of extra charge to the earphones.

All you need to do is touch the right earbud to control playback settings and touch either earbud to receive or end phone calls.

Each bud weighs 4.75 grams. The case weighs 35 grams.

The box will come with the unit itself, USB-C charging cable, ear tips (S, M, L, XL), a user manual, and safety information.

US price with direct to PHP conversion (no taxes and duties yet):

Marshall Mode II - USD 199 (around PHP 9.6K)

There's no word yet when will it be available at Digital Walker and Beyond the Box stores in the Philippines.

Source: Marshall
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