Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones
Last updated on May 24th, 2016 at 10:32 am
While Marshall usually conjure images of amps that go right up to 11, the brand have been releasing quality and affordable gear for non-pro musicians for a while now. Fresh from releasing one of the coolest looking smartphones around last year in the Marshall London, Marshall have just announced their first ever Bluetooth-enabled headphone named the Major II Bluetooth.
The Marshall Major II Bluetooth will keep your music going way beyond most competitors on the market with over 30 hours of playing time on a single charge. The custom 40mm dynamic drivers on the Major IIs are tuned for excellent bass response, smooth mids and sizzling highs. Sounds good to us!
Marshall’s first Bluetooth headphones connect to your device using Bluetooth aptX. Not only will you hear your beats in CD-like quality, aptX technology also minimises syncing issues – handy if you get especially riled by lip syncing trouble when watching films.
The headphones come with a double-ended coil cord with mic and remote, so you can connect with any music player that may not have Bluetooth capabilities. It’s obviously detachable but when listening to music wirelessly, you can use the empty 3.5mm socket to share audio with someone else.
An analogue knob on the headphones controls functions such as play, pause and shuffle as well as controlling the volume, while phone calls are naturally easily taken too thanks to the built-in microphone.
We love the look of the Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones and are pleased to see the classic Marshall design hasn’t been tampered with. As they’re Marshall, you also know they’re going to sound immaculate. The best bit is they’re also very affordable at £129 from the Marshall Headphones Website.