Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Major
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Good alternative to $300 Noise Reduction headphones.
2 January 2012
Summary: These are perfect for those that want something highs quality and unique. They are definitely geared to the rock/acoustic listener. A great $90 headphone.
Pros: These are perfect for those that want something highs quality and unique. They are great looking, fantastic sounding rock n roll headphones. Acoustic cuts sound particularly good. Build quality is sound.
Cons: As mentioned in previous review, these are not for the hip-hop listener or those looking for thundering bass.
Summary: Three years in, I'm still very happy with these headphones. Their low impedance helps battery powered kit drive them well, yet they seem well matched to my Rotel amp (via the included adaptor) too.
Summary: These would get 5 stars if it weren't for the fact that after 1/2 an hour they begin to hurt your ears (cartilage). I've tried various ways of putting them on to no avail; they are tight and the 'cans' rest on your ears rather than being around them.
Summary: I really like these headphones, they have strong and clear mids, which I've not really seen in any headphones before, the bass is tight but not as prominent as other headphones, probably because the mids are the main focus. Really good for anything where the guitar is one of the main focuses.
Summary: Recently got these on sale from MA,
And for a first ever headphone branded by Marshall
they're not bad at all, super detailed sound, very good bass. Style points: Black, Old school, Leather, 10/10
Comfort/ ergonomics: 9/10
Build Quality: 9/10 (old school design)
Excerpt: I've had a big week, which is quite low but you can draw back a little above. A friend told me about it and I thought just like him at the beginning it was just a gimmick like the other crap that can be seen on the market ... I do not quote marks not to cause controversy.