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devontechsupport.com
Reviewed on 2017-05-10
While the Major II Bluetooth won't appeal to everyone's fashion and musical senses, it offers a great package for those looking for a fun-sounding and long-lasting pair of wireless headphones, The headphones offer a good value at $150 (£129, about AU$197)...The Major II Bluetooth produces overbearing bass on some tracks and its plastic build quality doesn't inspire much confidence, especially when they're meant to be portable, Audiophiles should look elsewhere but rap and electronic fans will enjoy the sound...
You may know Marshall for its guitar amplifiers, often used on stage by rock stars and amateurs alike, but the company does way more than just amps. In the past few years, Marshall's produced several lines of headphones, a Bluetooth speaker or two and eve...
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techwalls.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-16
Portable design, Impressive battery life, Very good sound,Flimsy build
Marshall Major II is my second headphones from the English company. My first product was the Marshall Monitor headphones and they were among the most impressive headphones I've ever tested. Therefore, I was really glad that Marshall started making wireles...
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Bjorn3d.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-15
Amazing sound quality, Incredibly comfortable, Elegant design that looks profesisonal and fashionable, Highquality materials and craftsmanship, Excellent user controlsYou can have any color you want, as long as it is black
Marshall is a well-known brand going back decades whose name has become synonymous with the music industry. It is well known for guitar amplifiers that have been used by many great artists throughout history, including ones found in the different music ha...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Marshall excited music lovers a few years back with the unveiling of its then-new headphones, bringing its audio prowess to the most personal of audio items -- headphones -- alongside an iconic and refreshingly different design. The company has released s...
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howtospendit.ft.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-08
Marshall's Bluetooth over-ear headphones are real beauties – especially for travel or beach use, thanks to their collapsible design. You won't pick them up and say, “Wow, these are quality”. But they look intriguing, feel exceptionally light and comfortab...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-15
Iconic styling, Excellent coiled cable, Long battery life, Good sound isolationBloated, uncontrolled bass, Noisy Bluetooth, Cheap build
You may know Marshall for its guitar amplifiers, often used on stage by rock stars and amateurs alike, but the company does way more than just amps. In the past few years, Marshall's produced several lines of headphones, a Bluetooth speaker or two and eve...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Iconic styling, Excellent coiled cable, Long battery life, Good sound isolationBloated, uncontrolled bass, Noisy Bluetooth, Cheap build
You may know Marshall for its guitar amplifiers, often used on stage by rock stars and amateurs alike, but the company does way more than just amps. In the past few years, Marshall's produced several lines of headphones, a Bluetooth speaker or two and eve...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-27
Powerful, bass-forward audio performance, Useful multifunction button, Cable with inline remote included, ComfortableNot for anyone seeking accurate, balanced mix, Connecting cable doesn't automatically power down the headphones
Marshall's Major II Bluetooth will look familiar to anyone who knows the iconic guitar amps of the same name. The $149 on-ear wireless headphones get a lot right, from an easy-to-operate and ergonomic design to a comfortable and secure fit. There are a fe...
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Digitaltrends.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-25
Full and detailed sound for the price, Solid wireless signal with long range, Intuitive onboard controls, Stylish, comfortable design, Excellent battery lifeHeavy mid bass gets in the way sometimes, Bluetooth connection a tad noisy
It's rare for a company that licenses a brand for name recognition and style points to exceed expectations, but Marshall Headphones has been doing just that since its launch a couple of years ago. With design hallmarks of one of the greatest names in rock...
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theguardian.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-15
great sound, very loud, good isolation, excellent battery life, easy to connect, great controls, fold up for transport, relatively compact, sturdywon't suit all music genres, onear design pinches after a couple of hours, vintage design with fake leather texture won't be for everyone
British audio brand Marshall has taken its first steps into the wireless headphone world with a brand new version of its Major II, which is claims has over 30 hours of battery life.Marshall headphones have a pretty distinctive style, referencing the ampli...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-23
​When will these headphones die? That's what I'm thinking two days after switching on Marshall's $150 wireless Major II. The box clearly states "30 hours of playback," but it is a humble fib. It breezed past the 30-hour mark, well, hours ago. If it carrie...
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yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
Made of plastic but still is a looker, Wellbalanced audio levels, Dual 3.5mm audio jack, Affordable for what it deliversClasps to the head a bit too tight, Highs could be sharp at times
Officially launched last July, Marshall‘s Major II is the update to the famous Major headphones that we reviewed last 2011. Fast forward to almost 4 years later and we have this new device with updated features. Will it live up to the good image its prede...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-10
Excellent build, Comfortable, Sound great, Plug on both ear cups, Semi-accordion cableNo protective case included
Marshall describes the second generation Marshall Major headphones this way:An impressive second act, the classic Major kicks up its performance a few notches. Updated sound, looks and durability, as well as improved ergonomics, give way to a whole new le...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Marshall Amplification, made famous for its guitar amplifiers, also makes a number of other products including headphones. They were kind enough to send over a pair and we've tested them out for our Marshall Major II headphones review.The Marshall Major I...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-04-25
The affordable, comfortable Marshall Major II on-ear headphones offer improved bass performance and better clarity than the original Major model. The headphones fold inward and have a detachable cable with a one-button inline remote and microphoneInline remote lacks volume controls; no carrying case included
Marshall Headphones' original Major was a likable on-ear model, but not a great one. Now we get the Major II, which looks similar to the original Major, but this new model is significantly improved, with a better design and sound that makes it a good valu...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2015-04-24
The affordable, comfortable Marshall Major II on-ear headphones offer improved bass performance and better clarity than the original Major model. The headphones fold inward and have a detachable cable with a one-button inline remote and microphoneInline remote lacks volume controls; no carrying case included
Marshall Headphones' original Major was a likable on-ear model, but not a great one. Now we get the Major II, which looks similar to the original Major, but this new model is significantly improved, with a better design and sound that makes it a good val...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-24
The affordable, comfortable Marshall Major II on-ear headphones offer improved bass performance and better clarity than the original Major model. The headphones fold inward and have a detachable cable with a one-button inline remote and microphoneInline remote lacks volume controls, no carrying case included
Marshall Headphones' original Major was a likable on-ear model, but not a great one. Now we get the Major II, which looks similar to the original Major, but this new model is significantly improved, with a better design and sound that makes it a good val...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-15
Good, clean, well-rounded sound, Extremely comfortable, Great priceNo carrying case, Limited controls, Some muddied sound
For roughly half a century, the Marshall amp stack has reigned as one of the most iconic pieces of rock and roll paraphernalia, forming a backdrop for some of the genre's biggest acts, from The Who to Led Zeppelin.Marshall has capitalized on that populari...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-03
A "cool" personal audio brand is a surprisingly rare thing, and if you've paid much attention to the market for premium brand headphones lately, Marshall's been a real up-and-comer. The Marshall brand is actually licensed by a Swedish company called Zound...
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technologytell.com
Reviewed on 2015-03-09
You have to hand it to Marshall for creating an inexpensive set of headphones that does not come off as ‘cheap-looking' plastic. I've certainly experienced my fair share of shiny plastic be it good or not-so-good audio. Now don't get me wrong – the Major ...
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Release Date in Singapore
ModelMajor II Bluetooth
DateFeb 2016
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWired
Bluetooth
Bluetooth profilesAPT-X
Detachable cable
Headset connectors supported3.5mm stereo
Headphones
Ear couplingSupraaural
Headphone frequency10 - 20000 Hz
Headphone sensitivity99 dB
Impedance64 Ω
Driver unit4 cm
Driver typeDynamic
Design
Headset typeBinaural
Wearing styleHead-band
Colour of productBlack
Foldable
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