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Marshall Redesigns Its Popular Headphones: More Comfort, Better Sound

You still get Marshall’s famed all-black design with brass accents.


Marshall released two new versions of its popular Major headphones, the Major III ($79) and Major III Bluetooth ($149). Both are on-ear headphones that sport Marshall’s famed all-black design with brass accents, but each has been redesigned with new hinges, earpads and a new headband so that you can listen to them longer without ear fatigue. The headphones pack 40mm dynamic drivers to produce clearer treble and midrange — Marshall headphones are already well-known for their bass. The big difference between the Major III and Major III Bluetooth is that the latter is wireless and more expensive. Other than that the two headphones are essentially identical.

Both headphones are available now on Marshall’s website.

Buy Now: $149 (Bluetooth)Buy Now: $79 (Wired)

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