Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Major
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Marshall Major Headphones Review
23 November 2014
Summary: Marshall's largest headphone offering represents a well-constructed, compact set of on-the-ear cans. The attention to detail in the packaging, branding, and materials will not go unnoticed. Rock and alternative sounded best, but they work equally well for most genres.
Summary: This is actually the first "over-head" headphone i ever bought, but compared to my philips and LG tone+ this one is a lot more for 70$, i mainly use it on my gaming rig with sound card installed. i listen to rock mostly, bass heavy stuff and some r&b, alternatives..
Pros: Very detailed bass, mids and highs are awesome and it's Marshalls!
Cons: it's actually manufactured else where, not really over-head, and i thought it's BIG!
Summary: Marshall Major
At first I had a hard time with the major and was dissapointed, mainly fit issues and sound. then I learned to "live with it" for what they are.
Build: no complains here, the build up is tough, nothing feels loose or flacid, the headband is well padded but not so flexible, the cups...
Pros: Good looking, well built, very portable, easy to drive, decent sound
Cons: a bit overpriced, sound quality is slightly below the rest, comfort issues.
Rock N Roll flair in a contemporary set of headphones
Good Gear Guide.au
10 August 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...
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