This is proven not only by the access to our reviews of the Marshall Major and Marshall Major II Bluetooth, but not least our street scene, you can see the strikingly designed headphones next to Beats or JBL most often.
According to the company, Marshall has sold more than 2 million units since its launch in 2010. To keep it that way, Marshall now lays down head phones and updates its iconic headphones. The new model is available either as a wired version for 79 euros or as a wireless version for 149 euros. While the pithy design was only slightly revised, the technical revisions were more drastic: Now, new dynamic 40-mm drivers for better sound, especially in the bass range, provide. Whether they succeed, we will find out in a quick test.
The new majors have a vinyl coating, and a custom bracket, sleeker 3D hinges and improved earpads are designed not only to provide more comfort, but also more stability.
Technical data (manufacturer information):
- Driver: 40 mm, dynamic
- Frequency range: 20 – 20,000 Hz
- Impedance: 32 Ω
- Sound pressure: 99 dbSPL (Major III), 97 dB (Major III Bluetooth)
- Microphone: Yes
- Bluetooth codec: aptX
- Max. Range in free field: 10 m
- Power supply: Lithium-ion battery (built-in)
- Battery life: up to 30 h
- Charging time: approx. 3 hours
- Weight: 178 g
- Included in delivery: Micro USB charging cable, mini-jack cable with remote and microphone
Further information at: marshallheadphones.com