Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Major
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Bee, B&H Photo
12 April 2015
Excerpt: I love the look of the headphones, and the sound quality is good but not phenomenal. The headphones are not noise very noise canceling. The treble is very high. In terms of comfort, they do get a bit uncomfortable if you are wearing them for long time because they are a little tight around the ears.
Excerpt: Owing to the tight headband the earphones compress your ears causing discomfort after an hour or so use. Sound quality, although not the best, is reasonable. Bass seems a little exagerated and mid range not particularly crisp. Coiled cable with mic & remote are great conveniences.
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: I got these as I needed a pair of portable decent sounding headphones. These fill that role pretty well.
The design is great! The dark matte finish is soft to the touch, the earcups are small and plastic but feel nice and solid, and the headband has enough padding.
Summary: This is my review of the Marshall Major. I am currently living in Denmark and got these as a christmas present from the company I work for. They retail for a whopping $150 US, and that puts them in a very hard competition.
Pros: very easy to drive, portable, look good, have microphone
Sound is pretty darn good however the headphone has a big design ...
2 weeks ago
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.
Great sound and design, but the tightest and most painful headphones around
R. Chu, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: I got these as they are pretty slick looking and I love the design details, and also as it is Marshall they are bound to be high quality for sound. I wasn't let down by the design or sound at all, but these are the most uncomfortable headphones I have ever worn.
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...
Summary: I've had these for a couple of months now and, like any product, there are good and bad points: Good: The sound is excellent and external noises do not leak in. Also, I have checked and the music you listen to does not leak out. This is very beneficial when travelling / commuting.