Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Major
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Marshall Major 50 FX Headphone Review
12 November 2012
Excerpt: Marshall has been a force to reckon with in audio for half a century, with luminaries like Pete Townsend and others using their amps and gea
Pros: Old-fashioned, retro design, Well-built, with a thick cord and great padded headband, Fully-functional remote/mic, Nice straight gold-plated 3.5mm plug, with full-sized adaptor included, Great, sturdily-built canvas pouch for carrying the headset around included, Wonderful, fantastic audio reproduction
Excerpt: Famous amp maker Marshall shook up the audio world when they released the Marshal Major and Minor headphones. A little over a year later, they’ve now added some phone-friendly additions to their flagship Major ($120) cans in the form of an integrated mic and remote. Both features function as you’d expect, allowing users to answer calls and flip through playlists with compatible phones such as the iPhone.
Conclusion: The Marshall Major headphones offer an aesthetic appeal that is uniquely Marshall and bring with that look a very live sound that we think many listeners will appreciate. However, their tendency to compress sound when driven with lower quality sources and the long-term comfort problems we experienced hold us back from making them a recommended product.
Pros: Brilliant, live sound, Accurate bass, Unique aesthetic, Well built
Cons: Uncomfortable for long term use, Upper mids compress at high volumes
Excerpt: Marshall Major Review I’ve been using the Marshall Major for over 6 months now and it’s one of my favorite portable headphones (my all time favorite is the ATH-M50 but it’s a bit big to carry around all the time). First the classic, vintage, and old school design just appeals to me.
Rock N Roll flair in a contemporary set of headphones
Good Gear Guide.au
14 October 2014
Excerpt: Marshall has a long and glorious history in amplifier production. Chances are one of your favourite artists has used a Marshall amplifier at some point. Somehow, the sight of a Marshall stack at a concert provides a sense of comfort and familiarity, not to mention that distinctive wholesome Marshall sound. The question then arises, can Jim and his friends reproduce this in the mid-range headphone market?
Pros: Lightweight, Work with almost any device, Cool design and a great cord
Cons: Sound quality is poor for all but mp3, No carry case or pouch, No volume control on remote