Marshall MAJOR II Headphones £45 delivered @ Marshall
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Marshall MAJOR II Headphones £45 delivered @ Marshall

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Found 24th Jun
The second act in the Major’s performance, the Major II is turned up to a whole new level with updated sound, looks, and improved durability. Customised drivers deliver deeper bass and extended, detailed highs with a refined midrange and overall lower distortion. Dead true to what Marshall believes in, the Major II headphones is yet another solid workhorse manufactured in the trademark Marshall way.
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Don't take this wrongly, but what makes this a good deal?
Here you can describe the deal in your own words and explain to other users why it's a good deal! Please don't paste in marketing text or specs...

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Cheers ssc
Don't know if relevant but there are 7 used "very good" on amazon warehouse, so some people weren't impressed lol
If these were the brown Bluetooth ones I’d buy in a snap.
This looks like some pretty subtle shilling
Excellent sound quality but uncomfortable to wear for any decent amount of time.
They've been 45 since 3-4 months now. Would have been a good deal if they were the Bluetooth ones
stephb882 h, 43 m ago

Excellent sound quality but uncomfortable to wear for any decent amount of …Excellent sound quality but uncomfortable to wear for any decent amount of time.


I agree but I think if you have a smaller head it might be a little more comfortable...the build quality is great I have used not daily for 3 years!
uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Mar…GMY

This is their price over the last however many months/years on amazon. They've been cheaper, they've been more expensive. Currently they're at a very reasonable price for a good pair of headphones.
No relation to Marshall amps other than the branding. If you want it for the style, go for it, but you can get better sound quality for less
bringbring47 m ago

No relation to Marshall amps other than the branding. If you want it for …No relation to Marshall amps other than the branding. If you want it for the style, go for it, but you can get better sound quality for less


Not really. They were well reviewed at double that price. They are considered to be high quality headphones and you don't really get high quality cans under £50 that easily. The only failing these are supposed to have is run of the mill build quality which is one of the reasons I why I went for a set of AKG Y50's instead.
nahidabdullah12 h, 56 m ago

I agree but I think if you have a smaller head it might be a little more …I agree but I think if you have a smaller head it might be a little more comfortable...the build quality is great I have used not daily for 3 years!



My head is small (for a man), still uncomfortable for a long usage.. but the sound quality is great as you said.
I had these for well over a year. The audio quality is superb but the headphones aren't suitable for long use. They become uncomfortable in just a couple of hours and the joints which allow the headphones to fold inwards are a bit fragile. L loo title weight or an accidental twist to anyone of the sides can cause them to break
ashfields24th Jun

If these were the brown Bluetooth ones I’d buy in a snap.


The black wireless ones are £70 on Amazon or £66.98 here:


kytary.co.uk/mar…88/

The brown wireless ones are £71.50 on Amazon.
Edited by: "stockdam" 26th Jun
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