Mid A.N.C. is the first active noise cancelling headphone introduced by Marshall. In addition to its noise cancelling feature it also comes equipped with Bluetooth aptX technology. Mid A.N.C. delivers superior wireless audio while dampening the sound in your surroundings, letting you enjoy what matters most – the music. It offers up to 20 hours of wireless playtime when active noise cancelling is engaged, or 30+ hours of wireless playtime without A.N.C.
Mid A.N.C. is available for purchase at Marshall retailers around the world and online at marshallheadphones.com.
Active Noise Cancelling & Superior Sound
Mid A.N.C. is an active noise-cancelling headphone that utilises four microphones to continuously measure and pinpoint ambient noise to block out the things you don’t want to hear. Its custom 40mm dynamic drivers lend a robust sound that balances clarity with just the right amount of bass – perfect for those who demand the best in audio.
Up to 20 Hours of Playtime with A.N.C. and Bluetooth aptX
Mid A.N.C. offers up to 20 hours of wireless playtime when active noise cancelling and Bluetooth are engaged. Active noise cancelling can be turned off to prolong the life of your battery, extending wireless playtime to 30+ hours.
Premium Materials, Ergonomic Design and Travel Case
Mid A.N.C. utilises an on-ear design. Its plush headband is wrapped in soft microfiber, while a brass-plated Marshall logo and black anodised metal detailing give it an iconic look. 3D metal hinges rotate freely and adapt to your head for an ergonomic fit.
Mid A.N.C. comes with a guitar inspired travel case that features a rich velvet red lining and a durable vinyl shell that’s collapsible when not in use.
About Marshall Headphones
Marshall is a true rock legend. That uniquely clear and expressive sound combined with a mythical stage presence has enraptured music fans around the world for five decades. We’re celebrating the brand’s rich heritage with commemorative products that live and breathe Marshall.
The legacy begins in a small drum shop in Hanwell in the 1960s, where Jim Marshall sought to give a bunch of then-local guitarists the sound they wanted – a sound that was harder, crunchier and more rich. The result was the JTM45, an amp that reverberated with a sound that was much heavier than anything ever heard before. In a twist of rock and roll fate – those guitarists, much like the Marshall name, would go on to revolutionise music forever.