Marshall MINOR III true wireless earphones released: Bluetooth 5.2 chip, support aptx audio decoding


On September 15, the famous British audio brand Marshall launched the latest two TWS true wireless headset products——MINOR III and MINOR A.N.C.

Both products continue Marshall’s unique family design language. The difference is that the former uses a semi-in-ear design to provide a comfortable wearing experience with an open ear canal, while the latter adds active noise reduction. QUCOX has introduced MINOR A.N.C to you in the previous article, and this time I will share with you Marshall MINOR III true wireless earphones.

Marshall MINOR III

The design language of Marshall MINOR III true wireless headphones is the same as MINOR A.N.C. The overall appearance is somewhat different, but it is still very unique and exquisite.

The charging box adopts a vertical rounded square design. The handle-type semi-in-ear earphones are more compact and lighter, and a single earphone weighs only 4g. The bright black decorative ring is removed from the headphone handle, but a gold protective cover is added at the bottom.

Marshall MINOR III

Marshall MINOR III true wireless earphones are equipped with a 12mm custom tuning driver unit, built-in bluetooth 5.2 chip, support aptx audio decoding, can provide strong bass, smooth midrange and crisp treble performance, to ensure a stable connection between the headset and mobile devices.

Marshall MINOR III

The headset adopts a touch mode, with single, double, and three touch modes, supporting pause playback, answering/hanging up/rejecting, and switching between upper and lower songs, providing a convenient experience.

Marshall MINOR III

In terms of battery life, Marshall MINOR III uses a Type-C charging interface to support fast charging and wireless charging. The headset can be charged for 15 minutes and has a battery life of 1.5 hours. It can last for 5 hours with a full charge, and it can last up to 25 hours with the charging box.

Marshall’s unique classic appearance design has brought fresh blood to the TWS earphone market. The two products released this time, together with the bean-shaped Marshall Mode II that QUCOX has previously reviewed, have three products in three forms with different functions, providing consumers with more choices.


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