Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Major
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Great looking and good for traveling
19 June 2012
Summary: I quite like my marshalls for travel, and daily use on the bus. Rally like the retro look and sound is fairly good for allround use.
Pros: -Nice design, -Fairly noise isolating, -Good for travel and phone usage (remote (albeit no volume control), light, chord doesnt tangle), -Decent sound
Cons: -Lacking in bass (didnt really notice it until i played acoustic jazz, with deep bass and hip-hop tracks), -My ears get sore and warm after a couple of ours wearig them, - Pricey - you pay for the marshall brand name.
Summary: Like many here my headphones have snapped at the hinge. If you are going to use these treat the very carefully as they are not very robust. I hope Marshall fix this major problem in later versions as otherwise they're comfortable, sound good and look nice.
Smaller than i thought probbaly over priced but pack a punch
5 November 2012
Summary: ye i got these today have not taken them off yet (4 hour) iv given them a good test pink floyd dark side of the moon LP Yes fragile Bob marley and Black stone cherry they are smaller than they look dont cover your ears like i thought but a nice fit so it counters that These are small enough to be...
Summary: These, based on sound and looks, are some of the best pair of headphones I've had. They are understated with a nice, tasteful design. I have bought four pairs of these, every single pair broke on the hinge, I kept buying because I love them, this is quite clearly a design flaw that Marshall needs to...
Summary: I'm a bitch with quality.If i don't get Jesus quality headphones then ill pop a brain sell with anger.But, you know what i'm going to keep these because they don't have bad quality, but not great either : /.I'm a bit of a metal head myself so if anyone has a suggestion for amazing quality rock...
Sound is pretty darn good however the headphone has a big design ...
23 October 2012
Summary: Sound quality particularly suitable for rock music. Sound is pretty darn good however the headphone has a big design flaw. They are uncomfortably tight. While I have a 'medium' sized head I would say, the headphones start to hurt after 30-45 minutes.