The Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones adds to the convenience of being a wireless pair of headphones towards the company’s value-packed on-ear line of audio-listening devices. This wireless version builds off of the smart design that is found in its predecessor, and then adds to the textured earpieces, as well as the almost indestructible headband, with intuitive controls. It even has effortless wireless playback functionality, and a battery life that will go on for days before you have to charge it again.
The Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones is an Optimal Choice for its Price
For the fans of the original Marshall Major II, they will feel right at home with the Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones. The company has pleasantly kept all of its traits in place. For instance, there’s the company’s logo embossed in white-gold embellishments found on the inside of that near-indestructible headband, as well as on the tips of the guitar-style cable. It also has dimpled texturing along the exterior of the unit, and this design choice is meant to emulate the company’s iconic speaker cabinets.
Going back to that headband, it is akin to that of a contortionist as it will twist and turn to your heart’s content without even breaking. There are also its earpieces that do fold in on hinges to make for a more portable storage. Of course, there’s that addition to the Bluetooth functionality that does come with an array of on-board controls.
For its predecessor, the Marshall Major II’s comfort was a vital feature, and many would be happy to know that nothing has been changed for the Bluetooth version with regards to this element. There are still those very comfortable cushy pads that do offer a lot of support. However, you might wish that there was a bit more padding found on the band. Still, the Major II Bluetooth Headphones is a pair that you wouldn’t mind wearing all day.
As what you might expect, the Marshall Major II Bluetooth Headphones has a performance that is very similar to its predecessor. This includes the warm and ruddy sound profile, along with a brassy cut to the mid-range instruments in tracks. It is also able to deliver full and punchy bass, but still enough to let instrumental separation to work wonders since there are still plenty of detail to go around. All of these translate to a solid option that can easily compete with many other on-ear Bluetooth headphones in a very competitive market.
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