Reviews and Problems with Marshall Headphones Monitor
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30 May 2013
Conclusion: The Marshall Monitor headphone pair is a victory of style, for sure, but there's also plenty of substance here in the form of deep, rich bass and crisp highs.
Pros: Powerful, clean audio performance with deep bass response. Removable audio filters for personal audio preference?warmer or brighter. Detachable cable has inline remote, microphone, can be attached to either ear cup. Very comfortable design.
Cons: Inline remote is only single button, can't adjust volume. Light on accessories?no ?-inch adapter included.
Conclusion: While we weren’t bowled over by Marshall Monitor’s sound, we wouldn’t kick it out of bed in the morning, either. There were some balance issues between the dainty upper floor, and the brazen bass, but overall the headset was a fairly solid performer.
Excerpt: If you’ve ever played in a rock band in your teens, or even if you do now, you know the “Marshall” name. It’s a brand that practically screams rock, and while it’s normally known for amplifiers, it is now bringing its amped-up style to headphones.
Pros: A muso friendly style: it’s like you’re wearing an amp… on your head, Loads of volume, Really dynamic and impacting sound, Removable “Felt Treble Filter” to change the profile of the sound, Corded cable, Headphones fold up quickly by pushing into the shape of the headband, Extra 3.5mm jack ...
Cons: Bass overpowers lows and mids, Cups don’t rotate or move much in positions, Only one cable in the box
The best value for money headphones in the over-ear category
Good Gear Guide.au
26 August 2014
Summary: No other set of cans look as provocative as the Marshall Monitor. Between its premium materials, fantastic design, versatile functionality and solid performance, these headphones warrant serious consideration.
Pros: Bite-the-back-of-your-hand good looks, Exceptionally functional design, Can share music, Competitively priced
Cons: Heavy, Only comes with one cable, Carry case is a satchel
Conclusion: Föredrar man tung gitarrbaserad rock är det inget snack om att Marshall låter bäst i detta test. Visst funkar det för modernare musikstilar också om man är allätare, men det finns flera andra lurar som passar bättre för det.