Marshall is adding wireless charging to its latest headphones

Marshall is adding wireless charging to its latest headphones

Announced a company (Zound Industries) announced the latest Marshall brand headphones, the Major IV.

Major IV has a battery life of 80 hours on a single charge, similar to previous Marshall headphones, such as the Major III, which had a battery life of more than 60 hours.

And when it’s time to recharge, you can either plug in a typical USB-C cable or charge it wirelessly using a Qi-compatible charger.

The headphones also feature fast charging support, so a 15-minute quick charge gives you 15 hours of use.

Over the past two years, many wireless earbuds have appeared that adopt wireless charging, but this feature is less common with headphones such as (Major IV).

In addition to charging the headphones wirelessly at home, this technology means that you will also be able to charge it using any smartphones that support reverse wireless charging, such as (Samsung Galaxy S20).

Zound Industries also promises that Major IV headphones are more comfortable to wear than their predecessor, and have softer ear cushions that fit the contour of your ears better.

The headset can be folded into a smaller size, thanks to the new folding mechanism. Despite its long battery life, it is not very heavy, with a weight of 165 grams.

Major IV headphones also include a Marshall control button that controls volume and playback, turns the headphones on and off, and is used for answering calls.

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

And someone else can connect the headphones to the 3.5mm port while you are connected to your device via Bluetooth, which is a handy feature if you want to share music or watch a movie together.

And unlike its predecessor, Major III Voice, Major IV does not support Google Assistant, nor is there a sign of noise cancellation.

Headphones (Major IV) are available. For the initial request For $ 149, it will reach users on October 14th.

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