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"For innovators, this 5W amp is for them." I just hope the sound of this amp is as rock 'n' roll as their grammar...
don’t mention Orange dude - now there’s a quality range of amps
See the last Thomann deal, some people lucked out and didn't get charged
There's also import duty and a DHL admin fee that must be paid. I bought a guitar from them in January and fell foul of this. The guitar was a lot less than this as well so it will attract this charge.
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Posted 10th FebPosted 10th Feb
MARSHALL Mid A.N.C Wireless Bluetooth Noise-Cancelling Headphones - Black - £99.99 Delivered @ Currys PC World£99.99£144.9031% off Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Low price for these ANC headphones from Marshall On-ear headphones Battery life: up to 20 hours iOS / Android compatible Microphone / remote / volume control Foldable … Read more
Thing is, I have a few devices i'd use them with that don't have Bluetooth so it would be a handy option to have. Though tbh i'm more curious about how they compare in sound quality and ANC performance to the Soundcore Q30. (y)
I have the Marshall 2s. Although different, they also come with a cable. I have never used it in several years of owning them.
These ones or the Anker soundcore Q30? I like that these come with an optional cable so you can use them wired.
Yes - I had these and they got locked in my office during lockdown and I bought the Sony because I needed something noise cancelling, and the Sony are night and day better than these, but obviously more expensive.
Posted 24th Dec 2020Posted 24th Dec 2020
Marshall Kilburn II portable Bluetooth speaker (Grey) - £81.97 Delivered @ Currys PC World£81.97£18957% off Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Great price on this at Currys (also available on the Currys ebay store). The next cheapest online price for the Grey version seems to be £189. Wireless listening Stream your fa… Read more
£49.00 Currys/PC World in stock free delivery. Brown available too.
These are awesome! Great sound too.
Any major improvements from Marshall 2? I used to find them extremely uncomfortable at first, but after a while they seem to feel much better and not hurt my ears as they used to. Talking about Marshall 2 here, not sure if these are any better.
You may find them them tight if your head is on the large side, not comfortable if you're wearing glasses as they press hard on your ears. I really tried to like them, in the end I had to return these due to discomfort.
Posted 14th Dec 2020Posted 14th Dec 2020
MARSHALL Major III Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Black, £49 at Currys PC World£49 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Good offer from Currys. Major III Bluetooth offers you the freedom and convenience of wireless Bluetooth AptX technology and 30+ hours of playtime on a single charge. Sticking t… Read more
Strange You wouldn't think makes so much difference to most
Cheers, just ordered this one :)
Chances are pretty low since Google version is out of stock in most places.
It looks like no one's go for Alexa. They're widely available for £199 while Google one goes for £270 since September. Bloody covid/lockdown
There is 3 of them Bluetooth only £150-£200 most of the time Alexa - £199 most of the time. Sometimes less Google assistant - £200 - £270 in few last months, but almost everywhere out of stock. BTW they actually sound great. Listen to one of them in curry's before lockdown. Fell in love straight away. In my opinion Acton got a bit better muds than Stanmore while is actually small enough. Stanmore is huge
Anyone know if you can connect these via Bluetooth to the laptop so u can listen to music on laptop/take zoom calls.. But also have the wire connected to mobile phone, so the music on laptop would stop and the ringing phone would take over? Thanks
These are hovering around £100 at the Amazon emporium.
Me : Looks to the right First gen marshall bt : Sup Me: Break already!!!
Lol nah just like it in white
Posted 21st Nov 2020Posted 21st Nov 2020
Marshall Stockwell II Portable Bluetooth Speaker - Black & Brass £115 @ Amazon£115£169.9932% offAmazon Deals
Built for life on the road, this compact portable speaker offers 20+ hours of playtime. Weighing only 1.4 kg, Stockwell II packs a solid punch despite its pint-sized frame. Utilisi… Read more
Decent price but nut heated many great reviews of these Guessing they have no mic neither?
They sent an email rounding up the offers and placed this in the Don't Buy section even at this price.
I own a pair. They sound great, battery life is very good. But they do tend to get a bit uncomfortable after a while. Still, I've used them almost on a daily basis for a year now. Got them last year on Black Friday for £60 or something like that. Very well spent cash.
These audio technica look like they might be a better buy for same money https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audio-technica-ath-sr30bt-wireless-bluetooth-over-ear-headphones-ps5799-at-argosebay-3581326
Finally. Thanks Marshall for making headphones for those of use with square ears.
Posted 10th Nov 2020Posted 10th Nov 2020
MARSHALL Major III Wireless Bluetooth Headphones - Black £49 @ Currys ( Black Friday deal)£49 Free P&P FreeCurrys PC World Deals
Get lost in your music without the hassle of wires with the Marshall Major III Wireless Bluetooth Headphones . Featuring Bluetooth aptX, you can enjoy exceptional audio qualit… Read more
Don't like using currys. ..last resort. These are a good price and can be used wired or wireless. Shame about the fit. Better to buy from somewhere you can return. And buy spare pads while you still can. I'm sticking to grado where I can change pads and styles.
Currys are out of stock for home delivery but Amazon have dropped the price to £49 again (y)
Definitely because you wear glasses mate. On ear just doesn't work for us glasses wearers. To be honest even over ears are a bit uncomfortable with glasses as they still press on the glasses.
These are great they are louder than most headphones in the comparable price range, are a bit uncomfy after a while.
Probably not comparable... The question is Bose Vs sony
A 4x12 with decent speakers will cost you a good bit more - That being said, it'll still be enough to deafen yourself (and neighbours!). These are the same budget speakers found in their MX line that retails around the same price bracket (~£300) for a 4x12, just with a slightly nicer tolex and grill cloth. With decent speakers like Celestion Vintage 30s or Greenbacks, a 4x12 is probably more like £500 or £600! (mind you those individual speakers are £100+ each, these cheaper ones maybe £40ish a piece hence much of the price gap).
Non-angled for £259 at the same place.
No idea how much these should cost but by instinct I'd have thought a 4x12 was usually a lot more than that! I love the fact that Marshall amps are virtually the only ones designed not just to run "dirty" but "absolutely filthy" XD - they got it absolutely spot on first time! I don't need one of these cabinets, I don't have an amplifier, electric guitar or even know how to play Doesn't stop me wanting one though!