Marshall is adding wireless charging to its latest headphones
Marshall is adding wireless charging to its latest headphones

(Zound Industries) announced the latest helmet with the Marshall Major IV logo.

The Major IV battery has a battery life of 80 hours on a single charge, similar to previous Marshall headphones like the Major III with a battery life of over 60 hours.

When charging is needed, you can either plug in a typical USB-C cable or use a Qi-compatible charger to charge it wirelessly.

The speaker also supports fast charging, so after 15 minutes of fast charging you can use it for 15 hours.

In the past two years, many wireless headphones have used wireless charging, but this feature is not common with headphones such as (Major IV).

In addition to wireless charging for headphones at home, this technology also means that you can use any smartphone that supports wireless reverse charging to charge the headphone, for example. B. (Samsung Galaxy S20).

Zound Industries also promised that Major IV headphones would be more comfortable to wear than its predecessor and that it would have softer ear pads that form better with the contour of your ears.

With the new folding mechanism, the headphone can be folded into a smaller size, and the headphone has a longer battery life, but the weight is not small and weighs only 165 grams.

Major IV headphone also has a Marshall Control button that you can use to control the volume, play, turn the headset on and off, and answer calls.

There is also a 3.5mm headphone jack so that you can use it when the headphone is not charging.

If you connect to the device via bluetooth, other people can also connect the headphone to the 3.5mm port. This function is useful when you want to share music or watch movies together.

Unlike its predecessor Major III Voice, Major IV does not support Google Assistant and there are no signs of noise cancellation.

The (Major IV) initial order price is $ 149 and will be available on October 14th.

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