Marshall Major II Black Headphones

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Since the 1960s, the team at Marshall has made some of the best amps on the market. Now the brand is really looking to expand their reach with their Major line of headphones. Following up on the successful 2010 release of the original offering, Marshall debuts their Major II Black Headphones.

Aesthetically, they look a lot like their predecessor, sporting that minimal, understand profile with the trademark Marshall branding on the sides of the ear cups. But don’t let the looks fool you. Marshall has updated these bad boys with a new set of drivers to improve acoustics, along with dual-side jacks to let users choose where they’d like to hang the cable from, offering up a more comfortable setup that’s also easier to share your music with friends. Everything you’d expect from the brand we know and love, with a price point hovering around $105. [Purchase]

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