Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones

Feb 29, 2016

Category: Tech

Unless you live under a rock, the Marshall brand should equate with high-quality sound and music equipment. It’s a brand that’s resonated with musicians for decades with their durable and reliable products, a highly valuable trait within the unpredictable world of touring. Now, Marshall’s entering the wireless world with their first pair of Bluetooth headphones: the Major II Bluetooth.

The model packs an impressive battery life (30 hours) and sound to boot. And much like their amplifiers and speakers, the brand hopes to cash in on their reputation and vintage styling with this release. One of the first things you notice is the trademark Marshall brand on each side of the earcups alongside the throwback design and highlighted by gold accents. They also feature aptX-supported Bluetooth and 40mm drivers to the power the headset for excellent bass response, smooth miss and crisp highs. Available online for $150. [Purchase]

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