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[Review] Marshall Mode Earphones #FromALegend

May 15, 2015
The legend has put me in an assignment – to test and review the newly released Marshall Mode Earphones. I am back to my little tech world but instead of confining myself in my room, I brought the Marshall Mode to our trip in Matabungkay, Batangas a few weeks ago. 
The ceremonial unboxing happened at home..

Unboxing and Design

Marshall Mode Earphones’ packaging is really smart. The box comes with manual and actual Marshall earphones carefully placed in a black box. 
The flat lay shows the key features of the earphones – curved in-ear phones (which I totally like!), the sturdy jack, clip and the mic (which is separate from the control allowing less noise and distortion of sound or music when used). 


It was a surprise to find the wire on a regular black color and material – but surprisingly,it rarely gets tangled inside my bag or purse when I use it. If there is a special ingredient/material/function associated to this design – someone needs to explain that to me. 

Marshall Mode Earphones Music Quality

I am no expert in music or sound, but to really test this legendary brand’s earphones – I listened to different songs and genre – in different tempo – depending on my mood. From classical, trance, rock to love songs. 
You might not hear the big different of sound quality – but it is the little details that make the Marshall Mode Earphones my favorite gadget pick this month. There is no background cracking noise, the music is balanced in both earphones and of course, the bass and guitars are solid.
Try listening interchangeably using the Free Earphones from your mobile phone and Marshall Mode and you would know the difference 😉
I personally love the in-ear design. It is more comfortable and it allows me to still hear the noise outside my working space (which is good incases of emergency) 🙂

It was all-white for me! Haha
What I Wore That Day:
Dress/Cover-up: Tomato
Watch: Diesel
Sunglasses: Neff
Photo by: Michael Macalos

Now that I have experienced the earphone quality #FromALegend, I don’t think I would ever enjoyed my music using other earphones. I highly recommend Marshall Mode for those who love solid music for bass and guitars. It is a durable earphones in minimalist design. The Marshall Mode is perfect for (solo) travels when you don’t want to be social, but still choose to rock!

Marshall Mode Earphones Php 3,150

You can get a hold of the new Marshall headphones and speakers at Astroplus, Avid Surfer, Beyond the Box, BZB Gadget Hive, Cebu Audiophile, Complink, Digital Arena, Digital Hub, Digital Walker, E-Central, Egghead, Heima, iCenter, iCon, iStore, iStudio, Lazada (online), Listen Up, Listening Room, Mobile 1, Odyssey, PC Hub, PowerHub, Quicksound, Republik, Senco Link, SM Music & Video, Spectra, Stored Inc, Switch, Sync, Technoholics, TechSavvy, TechShop, and Technopop.

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