Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

Marshall's sound is often described as legendary, but this is more a tribute to history than reality. The perception of the Marshall brand is an association with rock, which is supported with great love, as they ensure the sale of all equipment under this brand. Moreover, these associations are born not at all among those who remember the brand and its life path, but among a rather young audience, this is a youth brand. And when a boy or girl chooses Marshall, it's kind of a statement about what kind of music he or she likes and who she is. This is a fashion accessory without any discounts.

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Marshall headphones are easily recognizable - black cups with embossed leather, in the model in question it is plastic, but it is impossible to recognize it without touching it, the full feeling of expensive leather. The plastic edging of the ear pads is made to look like metal, this is also a snag, but very high quality.

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Marshall has played well with conventional materials, they don't seem cheap, the headphones look expensive, although there is clearly a cost saving here. The rails are metal, but coated with a plastic-like finish to keep the same aesthetic and feel of the headphones.

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The leather on the headband is pleasant, the headphones, despite the weight of 320 grams, are very comfortable (for comparison, the Sony WH-1000XM3, which I consider the benchmark in this class, weigh 255 grams). For an hour of listening, the ears do not get tired, the headphones are held firmly on the head, they do not fall off with sudden movements.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There is a USB Type C connector on the left ear cup, it is only for charging the headphones. A full charge will take 2 hours, in fifteen minutes you can charge them for up to 5 hours of work. That's what the manufacturer says. The maximum operating time in wireless mode is 45 hours, with noise reduction turned on - up to 30 hours. In practice, it all depends on the volume of the headphones and how many devices are paired with them (multipoint is supported). The headphone run time is excellent, there is nothing to complain about, I got about 25 hours of work with noise reduction and volume at about 70%, which is not bad. You can see the headphone charge level in the curtain of your Android smartphone.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

If you have come across Marshall headphones, you are probably familiar with their proprietary joystick, it is used for control and is located on the right cup, it is easy to find it with your finger.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

This is a five-way joystick, it supports pressing. You can start playing music, skip forward or backward, change the volume. The joystick is mechanical and reliable, it can be operated even with gloves on. The disadvantage of this particular model is that in third-party applications the control may not work for some reason, for example, in MX Player, when playing a video, pausing does not work. And this is amazing, I will attribute it to the shortcomings of the current version of the software, this was not the case in other Marshall models.

There is a connector for an audio cable on the left cup, it's nice that it is separate, the engineers did not combine charging and audio. There is also an LED indicator, when the headphones are turned on, it flashes every five seconds, it is impossible to turn it off. But you will only see it working if the headphones are nearby.

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The headphones also have two more physical buttons, but they can be missed out of ignorance, they are hidden in the ear cups.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

On the left side is the ANC key, it sequentially switches between noise reduction and sound transparency, the latter is called Social here. On the other side is the M key, it can call any voice assistant or select a pre-installed equalizer, it all depends on you how you configure the key in the application.

The app is available for both iOS and Android. It is simple, it has an equalizer (five-band), preset options for all occasions. It's nice that the application allows you to adjust the level of sound transparency, as well as the level of noise reduction (from 0 to 100). Unfortunately, there are no advanced modes, auto-detection of pressure, and the like, as in Sony, here. These are the simplest noise-canceling headphones, although, you see, there is an application for them.

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The noise reduction function is well implemented, it's not Sony, but external noise is cut off with a bang. The aircraft will clearly have a hum of turbines, but in the car, when the lawn mower is running, you do not hear extraneous sounds and you can enjoy the music. As for me, this is a very good level, it will be enough for the eyes for urban conditions, where such headphones will be used most of the time. Perhaps that is why the carrying case is soft, and not a hard case, as in the same Sony.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There are no audio prompts, but the headphones make catchy sounds when switching modes, a kind of universal language for rock fans. It turned out very atmospheric.

What about the sound? It is typical for Marshall, by default it is very soft, enveloping, high frequencies are slightly extinguished. Any music oriented towards the voice will sound very good here. Equalizers are fine tuned, so by changing them you will get a good sound for rock, popular music or other genres. The bass is insinuating, but it is fully present. These headphones, like any other, you need to listen, I like their sound. I can’t call the sound legendary, but it is excellent and at a very high level. My Sony WH-1000XM3 sounds worse than the Marshall to me, but the noise cancellation is better. Here you need to choose one thing.

The price of Marshall Monitor II is 24,990 rubles, which is quite expensive (the same Sony is technically more complicated and costs about the same). Marshall is trying to play in the same league as the other manufacturers but in my opinion it is < /a> error. The cost of Marshall headphones is changing quite quickly and dynamically, they are becoming more affordable. I won't venture to guess when this might happen with the Marshall Monitor II, but it's clear that it will. In two years, the price of the first Monitors has almost halved from 15 thousand rubles, which says a lot about the dynamics. And for the money, this is just an uncompromising option for headphones, they are excellent in all aspects. I think that with Monitor II everything will depend on the cost, as soon as it goes down, their popularity will begin to grow.

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Another important point that does not allow us to say that the headphones can play in this class is the absence of HD codecs, only SBC with maximum settings. This is not bad, but clearly not enough for a product in this price category. In general, it’s rather strange to talk about the sound quality of wireless headphones, everything depends on the manufacturer’s settings, and for Marshall they are excellent.

On the other hand, I repeat, you need to listen to headphones, for someone they will turn out to be very appropriate in terms of sound, and therefore they will be chosen. I liked these headphones, they turned out great. The only question is the cost, there are no other claims to them.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

Marshall's sound is often described as legendary, but this is more a tribute to history than reality. The perception of the Marshall brand is an association with rock, which is supported with great love, as they ensure the sale of all equipment under this brand. Moreover, these associations are born not at all among those who remember the brand and its life path, but among a rather young audience, this is a youth brand. And when a boy or girl chooses Marshall, it's kind of a statement about what kind of music he or she likes and who she is. This is a fashion accessory without any discounts.

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Marshall headphones are easily recognizable - black cups with embossed leather, in the model in question it is plastic, but it is impossible to recognize it without touching it, it feels like expensive leather. The plastic edging of the ear pads is made to look like metal, this is also a snag, but very high quality.

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Marshall has played well with conventional materials, they don't seem cheap, the headphones look expensive, although there is clearly a cost saving here. The rails are metal, but coated with a plastic-like finish to keep the same aesthetic and feel of the headphones.

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The leather on the headband is pleasant, the headphones, despite the weight of 320 grams, are very comfortable (for comparison, the Sony WH-1000XM3, which I consider the benchmark in this class, weigh 255 grams). For an hour of listening, the ears do not get tired, the headphones are held firmly on the head, they do not fall off with sudden movements.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There is a USB Type C connector on the left ear cup, it is only for charging the headphones. A full charge will take 2 hours, in fifteen minutes you can charge them for up to 5 hours of work. That's what the manufacturer says. The maximum operating time in wireless mode is 45 hours, with noise reduction turned on - up to 30 hours. In practice, it all depends on the volume of the headphones and how many devices are paired with them (multipoint is supported). The headphone run time is excellent, there is nothing to complain about, I got about 25 hours of work with noise reduction and volume at about 70%, which is not bad. You can see the charge level of the headphones in the curtain of an Android smartphone.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

If you have come across Marshall headphones, you are probably familiar with their proprietary joystick, it is used for control and is located on the right cup, it is easy to find it with your finger.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

This is a five-way joystick, it supports pressing. You can start playing music, skip forward or backward, change the volume. The joystick is mechanical and reliable, it can be operated even with gloves on. The disadvantage of this particular model is that in third-party applications the control may not work for some reason, for example, in MX Player, when playing a video, pausing does not work. And it's amazing, I'll attribute it to the shortcomings of the current version of the software, this was not the case in other Marshall models.

There is a connector for an audio cable on the left cup, it's nice that it is separate, the engineers did not combine charging and audio. There is also an LED indicator, when the headphones are turned on, it flashes every five seconds, it is impossible to turn it off. But you will only see it working if the headphones are nearby.

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The headphones also have two more physical buttons, but they can be missed out of ignorance, they are hidden in the ear cups.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

On the left side is the ANC key, it sequentially switches between noise reduction and sound transparency, the latter is called Social here. On the other side is the M key, it can call any voice assistant or select a pre-installed equalizer, it all depends on you how you configure the key in the application.

The app is available for both iOS and Android. It is simple, it has an equalizer (five-band), preset options for all occasions. It's nice that the application allows you to adjust the level of sound transparency, as well as the level of noise reduction (from 0 to 100). Unfortunately, there are no advanced modes, auto-detection of pressure, and the like, as in Sony, here. These are the simplest noise-canceling headphones, although, you see, there is an application for them.

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The noise reduction function is well implemented, it's not Sony, but external noise is cut off with a bang. The aircraft will clearly have a hum of turbines, but in the car, when the lawn mower is running, you do not hear extraneous sounds and you can enjoy the music. As for me, this is a very good level, it will be enough for the eyes for urban conditions, where such headphones will be used most of the time. Perhaps that is why the carrying case is soft, and not a hard case, as in the same Sony.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There are no audio prompts, but the headphones make catchy sounds when switching modes, a kind of universal language for rock fans. It turned out very atmospheric.

What about the sound? It is typical of Marshall, by default very soft, enveloping, high frequencies are slightly extinguished. Any voice-oriented music will sound very good here. Equalizers are fine tuned, so by changing them you will get a good sound for rock, popular music or other genres. The bass is insinuating, but it is fully present. These headphones, like any other, you need to listen to, I like their sound. I can’t call the sound legendary, but it is excellent and at a very high level. My Sony WH-1000XM3 sounds worse than the Marshall to me, but the noise cancellation is better. Here you need to choose one thing.

The price of Marshall Monitor II is 24,990 rubles, which is quite expensive (the same Sony is technically more complicated and costs about the same). Marshall is trying to play in the same league as the other manufacturers but in my opinion it is < /a> error. The cost of Marshall headphones is changing quite quickly and dynamically, they are becoming more affordable. I won't venture to guess when this might happen with the Marshall Monitor II, but it's clear that it will. In two years, the price of the first Monitors has almost halved from 15 thousand rubles, which says a lot about the dynamics. And for the money, this is just an uncompromising option for headphones, they are excellent in all aspects. I think that with Monitor II everything will depend on the cost, as soon as it goes down, their popularity will begin to grow.

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Another important point that does not allow us to say that the headphones can play in this class is the absence of HD codecs, only SBC with maximum settings. This is not bad, but clearly not enough for a product in this price category. In general, it’s rather strange to talk about the sound quality of wireless headphones, everything depends on the manufacturer’s settings, and for Marshall they are excellent.

On the other hand, I repeat, you need to listen to headphones, for someone they will turn out to be very appropriate in terms of sound, and therefore they will be chosen. I liked these headphones, they turned out great. The only question is the cost, there are no other claims to them.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

Marshall's sound is often described as legendary, but this is more a tribute to history than reality. The perception of the Marshall brand is an association with rock, which is supported with great love, as they ensure the sale of all equipment under this brand. Moreover, these associations are born not at all among those who remember the brand and its life path, but among a rather young audience, this is a youth brand. And when a boy or girl chooses Marshall, it's kind of a statement about what kind of music he or she likes and who she is. This is a fashion accessory without any discounts.

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Marshall headphones are easily recognizable - black cups with embossed leather, in the model in question it is plastic, but it is impossible to recognize it without touching it, the full feeling of expensive leather. The plastic edging of the ear pads is made to look like metal, this is also a snag, but very high quality.

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Marshall has played well with conventional materials, they don't seem cheap, the headphones look expensive, although there is clearly a cost saving here. The rails are metal, but coated with a plastic-like finish to keep the same aesthetic and feel of the headphones.

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The leather on the headband is pleasant, the headphones, despite the weight of 320 grams, are very comfortable (for comparison, the Sony WH-1000XM3, which I consider the benchmark in this class, weigh 255 grams). For an hour of listening, the ears do not get tired, the headphones are held firmly on the head, they do not fall off with sudden movements.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There is a USB Type C connector on the left ear cup, it is only for charging the headphones. A full charge will take 2 hours, in fifteen minutes you can charge them for up to 5 hours of work. That's what the manufacturer says. The maximum operating time in wireless mode is 45 hours, with noise reduction turned on - up to 30 hours. In practice, it all depends on the volume of the headphones and how many devices are paired with them (multipoint is supported). The headphone run time is excellent, there is nothing to complain about, I got about 25 hours of work with noise reduction and volume at about 70%, which is not bad. You can see the headphone charge level in the curtain of your Android smartphone.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

If you have come across Marshall headphones, you are probably familiar with their proprietary joystick, it is used for control and is located on the right cup, it is easy to find it with your finger.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

This is a five-way joystick, it supports pressing. You can start playing music, skip forward or backward, change the volume. The joystick is mechanical and reliable, it can be operated even with gloves on. The disadvantage of this particular model is that in third-party applications the control may not work for some reason, for example, in MX Player, when playing a video, pausing does not work. And it's amazing, I'll attribute it to the shortcomings of the current version of the software, this was not the case in other Marshall models.

There is a connector for an audio cable on the left cup, it's nice that it is separate, the engineers did not combine charging and audio. There is also an LED indicator, when the headphones are turned on, it flashes every five seconds, it is impossible to turn it off. But you will only see it working if the headphones are nearby.

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The headphones also have two more physical buttons, but they can be missed out of ignorance, they are hidden in the ear cups.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

On the left side is the ANC key, it sequentially switches between noise reduction and sound transparency, the latter is called Social here. On the other side is the M key, it can call any voice assistant or select a pre-installed equalizer, it all depends on you how you configure the key in the application.

The app is available for both iOS and Android. It is simple, it has an equalizer (five-band), preset options for all occasions. It's nice that the application allows you to adjust the level of sound transparency, as well as the level of noise reduction (from 0 to 100). Unfortunately, there are no advanced modes, auto-detection of pressure, and the like, as in Sony, here. These are the simplest noise-canceling headphones, although, you see, there is an application for them.

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The noise reduction function is well implemented, it's not Sony, but external noise is cut off with a bang. The aircraft will clearly have a hum of turbines, but in the car, when the lawn mower is running, you do not hear extraneous sounds and you can enjoy the music. As for me, this is a very good level, it will be enough for the eyes for urban conditions, where such headphones will be used most of the time. Perhaps that is why the carrying case is soft, and not a hard case, as in the same Sony.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

There are no audio prompts, but the headphones make catchy sounds when switching modes, a kind of universal language for rock fans. It turned out very atmospheric.

What about the sound? It is typical of Marshall, by default very soft, enveloping, high frequencies are slightly extinguished. Any voice-oriented music will sound very good here. Equalizers are fine tuned, so by changing them you will get a good sound for rock, popular music or other genres. The bass is insinuating, but it is fully present. These headphones, like any other, you need to listen to, I like their sound. I can’t call the sound legendary, but it is excellent and at a very high level. My Sony WH-1000XM3 sounds worse than the Marshall to me, but the noise cancellation is better. Here you need to choose one thing.

The price of Marshall Monitor II is 24,990 rubles, which is quite expensive (the same Sony is technically more complicated and costs about the same). Marshall is trying to play in the same league as the other manufacturers but in my opinion it is < /a> error. The cost of Marshall headphones is changing quite quickly and dynamically, they are becoming more affordable. I won't venture to guess when this might happen with the Marshall Monitor II, but it's clear that it will. In two years, the price of the first Monitors has almost halved from 15 thousand rubles, which says a lot about the dynamics. And for the money, this is just an uncompromising option for headphones, they are excellent in all aspects. I think that with Monitor II everything will depend on the cost, as soon as it goes down, their popularity will begin to grow.

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Another important point that does not allow us to say that the headphones can play in this class is the absence of HD codecs, only SBC with maximum settings. This is not bad, but clearly not enough for a product in this price category. In general, it’s rather strange to talk about the sound quality of wireless headphones, everything depends on the manufacturer’s settings, and for Marshall they are excellent.

On the other hand, I repeat, you need to listen to headphones, for someone they will turn out to be very appropriate in terms of sound, and therefore they will be chosen. I liked these headphones, they turned out great. The only question is the cost, there are no other claims to them.

Marshall Monitor II ANC wireless headphones review

Marshall's sound is often described as legendary, but this is more a tribute to history than reality. The perception of the Marshall brand is an association with rock, which is supported with great love, as they ensure the sale of all equipment under this brand. Moreover, these associations are born not at all among those who remember the brand and its life path, but among a rather young audience, this is a youth brand. And when a boy or girl chooses Marshall, it's kind of a statement about what kind of music he or she likes and who she is. This is a fashion accessory without any discounts.

Marshall headphones are easily recognizable - black cups with embossed leather, in the model in question it is plastic, but it is impossible to recognize it without touching it, it feels like expensive leather. The plastic edging of the ear pads is made to look like metal, this is also a snag, but very high quality.

Marshall has played well with conventional materials, they don't seem cheap, the headphones look expensive, although there is clearly a cost saving here. The rails are metal, but coated with a plastic-like finish to keep the same aesthetic and feel of the headphones.

The leather on the headband is pleasant, the headphones, despite the weight of 320 grams, are very comfortable (for comparison, the Sony WH-1000XM3, which I consider the benchmark in this class, weigh 255 grams). For an hour of listening, the ears do not get tired, the headphones are held firmly on the head, they do not fall off with sudden movements.

There is a USB Type C connector on the left ear cup, it is only for charging the headphones. A full charge will take 2 hours, in fifteen minutes you can charge them for up to 5 hours of work. That's what the manufacturer says. The maximum operating time in wireless mode is 45 hours, with noise reduction turned on - up to 30 hours. In practice, it all depends on the volume of the headphones and how many devices are paired with them (multipoint is supported). The headphone run time is excellent, there is nothing to complain about, I got about 25 hours of work with noise reduction and volume at about 70%, which is not bad. You can see the charge level of the headphones in the curtain of an Android smartphone.

If you have come across Marshall headphones, you are probably familiar with their proprietary joystick, it is used for control and is located on the right cup, it is easy to find it with your finger.

This is a five-way joystick, it supports pressing. You can start playing music, skip forward or backward, change the volume. The joystick is mechanical and reliable, it can be operated even with gloves on. The disadvantage of this particular model is that in third-party applications the control may not work for some reason, for example, in MX Player, when playing a video, pausing does not work. And it's amazing, I'll attribute it to the shortcomings of the current version of the software, this was not the case in other Marshall models.

There is a connector for an audio cable on the left cup, it's nice that it is separate, the engineers did not combine charging and audio. There is also an LED indicator, when the headphones are turned on, it flashes every five seconds, it is impossible to turn it off. But you will only see it working if the headphones are nearby.

The headphones also have two more physical buttons, but they can be missed out of ignorance, they are hidden in the ear cups.

On the left side is the ANC key, it sequentially switches between noise reduction and sound transparency, the latter is called Social here. On the other side is the M key, it can call any voice assistant or select a pre-installed equalizer, it all depends on you how you configure the key in the application.

The app is available for both iOS and Android. It is simple, it has an equalizer (five-band), preset options for all occasions. It's nice that the application allows you to adjust the level of sound transparency, as well as the level of noise reduction (from 0 to 100). Unfortunately, there are no advanced modes, auto-detection of pressure, and the like, as in Sony, here. These are the simplest noise-canceling headphones, although, you see, there is an application for them.

The noise reduction function is well implemented, it's not Sony, but external noise is cut off with a bang. The aircraft will clearly have a hum of turbines, but in the car, when the lawn mower is running, you do not hear extraneous sounds and you can enjoy the music. As for me, this is a very good level, it will be enough for the eyes for urban conditions, where such headphones will be used most of the time. Perhaps that is why the carrying case is soft, and not a hard case, as in the same Sony.

There are no audio prompts, but the headphones make catchy sounds when switching modes, a kind of universal language for rock fans. It turned out very atmospheric.

What about the sound? It is typical of Marshall, by default very soft, enveloping, high frequencies are slightly extinguished. Any voice-oriented music will sound very good here. Equalizers are fine tuned, so by changing them you will get a good sound for rock, popular music or other genres. The bass is insinuating, but it is fully present. These headphones, like any other, you need to listen to, I like their sound. I can’t call the sound legendary, but it is excellent and at a very high level. My Sony WH-1000XM3 sounds worse than the Marshall to me, but the noise cancellation is better. Here you need to choose one thing.

The price of Marshall Monitor II is 24,990 rubles, which is quite expensive (the same Sony is technically more complicated and costs about the same). Marshall is trying to play in the same league as other manufacturers, but in my opinion, this is a mistake. The cost of Marshall headphones is changing quite quickly and dynamically, they are becoming more affordable. I won't venture to guess when this might happen with the Marshall Monitor II, but it's clear that it will. In two years, the price of the first Monitors has almost halved from 15 thousand rubles, which says a lot about the dynamics. And for the money, this is just an uncompromising option for headphones, they are excellent in all aspects. I think that with Monitor II everything will depend on the cost, as soon as it goes down, their popularity will begin to grow.

The price of Marshall Monitor II is 24,990 rubles, which is quite expensive (the same Sony is technically more complicated and costs about the same). Marshall is trying to play in the same league as other manufacturers, but in my opinion, this
mistake. The cost of Marshall headphones is changing quite quickly and dynamically, they are becoming more affordable. I won't venture to guess when this might happen with the Marshall Monitor II, but it's clear that it will. In two years, the price of the first Monitors has almost halved from 15 thousand rubles, which says a lot about the dynamics. And for the money, this is just an uncompromising option for headphones, they are excellent in all aspects. I think that with Monitor II everything will depend on the cost, as soon as it goes down, their popularity will begin to grow.

Another important point that does not allow us to say that the headphones can play in this class is the absence of HD codecs, only SBC with maximum settings. This is not bad, but clearly not enough for a product in this price category. In general, it’s rather strange to talk about the sound quality of wireless headphones, everything depends on the manufacturer’s settings, and for Marshall they are excellent.

On the other hand, I repeat, you need to listen to headphones, for someone they will turn out to be very appropriate in terms of sound, and therefore they will be chosen. I liked these headphones, they turned out great. The only question is the cost, there are no other claims to them.