Oos was only 1 available
All Marshall Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
hello, sorry your right but the sound out of it beats my B&O PLAY by Bang & Olufsen Beolit 17 Bluetooth Speaker )
I believe you're referring to the Stockwell which is a lower end speaker to the stanmore. Still good I'd imagine
You can get this at Costco 99 plus vat ( amazing sound ) I bought one
This deal deserves some heat - so here's a couple of reviews for this speaker: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/men/the-filter/10383763/Marshall-Headphones-Stanmore-home-speaker-review.html http://uk.pcmag.com/marshall-stanmore/4217/review/marshall-stanmore And a seductive image:
£64 on Amazon..
This or Skullcandy Crushers?
Would have been a good deal if it's wasn't for the £4 delivery. Cheaper options on paw patrol pyjamas on Amazon including delivery.
Thanks @Mysticaltopaz24 they look really cute
I had the wired ones of these, great sound quality, but did find them to be a big uncomfortable after 45 mins or so, as they are ON ear and not over. Had them for around 3 years and they eventually fell apart from being thrown in my bag daily without care, strong cans in all factors for the money!
same price in argos brown: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7007422 white: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7065385 black: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/6997849 they also have the non-wireless model on sale now for £45 http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7065385
It's not on the manufacturer's list of features...
Do these press the earlobes?
I have the brown version of these and they are excellent. Sound quality as you would expect from Marshall, and battery last and lasts.
These are the tiny ones aren't they? About the size of your hand? They have them in Home Bargains for about £3
Sainsburys local to coventry/solihull
Which shop have you seen Everest in? I can't find her anywhere
Loads of everest and tracker in my area seems odd as all the sainsburys have them on the shelves. I bought tracker months ago when it wasnt supposed to be released but had 3 on shelf again in sainsburys
I've seen Rocky in The Entertainer - he's £12 but I think OOS online last time I looked
I got rubble, sky and Marshall. My son likes Rocky and can't seem to get him anywhere eithe
Go for the AKG Y50. It's the same kind of money and that model wins all the awards. I love mine and it is considerably better than the AKG 450's they replaced.
The link is sending me to Marshall Major II iOS On-Ear Headphones - Black ... Is working just with iOS phones? because I want to use them with android phone :P
Funny you say that, recently started having this problem with my MM 2 set, but they are a couple of years old and I don't really look after them as well as I should, cables alaways tied around the headset, thrown in my work backpack all the time etc. So may be more my own doing than the headphones durability.
Great headphones WHEN they worked. First set I got from Amazon came with a problem with the wire, a little movement and the music would cut. They exchanged it for a new one, and that one lasted for about 2 years until the same problem. Though it was out of warranty Amazon still gave me a bit of credit towards another purchase, I Googled the issue and it seems it was a common problem with these sets of cans.
Had the MM 1 and got these MM 2. Good headphones for the price and my first set lasted about 4 years (replaced the ear pads a couple of times though). Provide a good range of sound (not very bassy though but that's expected given the brand), I find them comfortable (but they are quite snug, I prefer that), they do not leak much sound either. for £50 I think you will struggle to get much better tbh.
Can these compete with similarly priced sennheiser or akg?
Most of them are new just damaged box.
Previously sold for £69.97 six weeks ago.
or from a car boot sale
Even better to buy them form the warehouse with 20% off :D https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B00D3ITOHG/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=used 59 quid
These things are just terrible. Awful sound, poor build quality, poor battery life etc.
Because amp and speaker do not mean the same thing.
Cheers just got it for £13.93 off warehouse deals
Why is this hot? It's a 1 pound speaker with a Marshall logo.
have some heat - not the cheapest it has been think it was £20 in january but close enough and ordered.
Expired. Up to £224 now.
My speaker arrived yesterday.. Absolutely amazing sound from it. Very happy.
Shame this is going so cold considering Boss speakers advertised get hot.
Mr Marshall was a good old boy , donated a lot to RNOH Hospital in Stanmore in his lifetime, still a bit pricey but certainly a saving on normal price
Those were the Minor's not the Major's
Should've bought it when it was on at £50 couple of days ago
Think the deals over ..
I've tested these headphones, and they are terrible, not even worth it with 50% off. You'd be better off with a pair of Sennheiser HD419.
Will grab a set of these for the horse
They are some good looking headphones, shame the brown aren't on sale.
yes site says that Headphones have a mic.
You could check out this Redwood 5W valve combo for £89. I've got the head version. There's a video
I've got the Roland Cube 20x which has it's moments. Very clean sound, some nice effects, tuner. Oddly I ended up using it for rehearsals playing bass and get a better sound for that than a small practice bass amp. (I don't push it too hard). It's been used for violin at gigs (mic-ed up). I bought it for blues rehearsals and it's had quite a work out already, hardy and reliable. Saying that it depends what you are playing, stick it next to a valve amp and you notice that warm sound is missing. Check reviews at Harmony Central or other guitar sites. Your question will have been asked there hundreds of times, a decent google search with your style, influences etc will probably find something. Have to say, I don' regret buying it and it's earnt its keep many times over.
Any recommendations for a decent practice amp for 1/2 this price or less, a few reviews I've read recommend Vox & Roland?
Its not an Onkyo! Only joking its a good deal.....
A £210 practice amp.