Marshall 04092187 Wireless On-Ear Headphones Major III Bluetooth, Brown

Model Number: B07CMFBJM7
Web Code: 13419657


Bluetooth aptx gives you exceptional audio quality and 30Ft of Wireless Listening range Straight fit headband, slimmed down hinges and rebuilt ear cushions 30+ hours of Wireless playtime on a single charge Features 40 mm dynamic drivers that are custom tuned for enhanced bass response, smooth mids and crystal clear highs With the multi-directional control knob you can conveniently play, pause, shuffle and adjust the volume of your device, as
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  • Love these headphone!
    by Tara

    on April 28, 2019

    I love these headphones easy to use .... I keep them in my purse at all times.

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  • Vintage inspired top performer
    by Marine778

    on April 11, 2019

    The Marshall wireless headphones have a pinch of nostalgia masked as a cover for some high end sounding headphones. It pays homage to the classic design of their line of famous amplifiers and recording equipment. Personally I have never seen their products on the market before getting these. I was very impressed with their design at first glance. I love the leather looking design and exposed wiring, giving it a studio look in a wireless platform. The Bluetooth states they will work at a distance of 30 feet, which is quite a bit. I have tested them and they will go further than that if you have line of sight with the source. I did this connected to my iPhone XR. A little past 40-45 feet I started getting a little crackling, but not too much. Point is 30 was a modest understated estimate and it will go further than that. The sound rivals the likes of Bose and Beats. All the levels of sound are great, at least to me. I am not one that can sit there and tell you the slightest of differences, but if the music sounds good then it’s good. If it sounds superior, then it’s superior. These are superior for sure. The one thing they are missing is the noise cancellation feature Bose and Beats both have. I really like and prefer that. Since these cover your ears, you get some blocking of ambient noise, but not as much as the others. They don’t claim to do this feature, I am just saying that’s a nice feature they don’t have. These are a sharp pair of headphones. I really like the look, feel and function of them. They are different than others on the market and that was one of the draws for me. If you were to get them, you will be happy for sure. They feel substantial and I love the fact you can fold them up and they travel well. Pull the trigger on these, you will love them. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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  • A solid set of headphones
    by aarondr

    on April 3, 2019

    Marshall does and excellent job here with the Monitor headphones. My exposure to Marshall is of course pro-audio amps (which I haven't used in a number of years). Here Marshall is going consumer oriented. While other manufacturers have gone this route, Marshall does stand out in the crowded market of headphones. First of all, they have a distinctive style. They look and feel like a piece of studio equipment. The materials are all very premium and softtouch. Cables going from the headband to earcups are coiled - which lends itself more to the 'guitar amp' look. Metallic trim is a Marshall bronze for the joystick, side labels, and hinges. Everything is well designed here - which is more than I can say for many headphones I've had from other manufacturers in the past. Metal runs the entire length of the headband, and the space saving fold away feature is fully metal pieces. No plastic here to disintegrate (I'm looking at you Klipsch). The top headband has some super comfortable foam embedded too, which I can appreciate. The headband clamping force is on the tighter side, but not uncomfortable. Rather it feels solid enough they won't fall or move when you turn your head. Charging occurs through a micro-usb jack - standard, but I'm still waiting for USB-C ubiquity. The earcups are modular and magnetic, so easy enough to replace assuming they sell the replacements. Battery life is really great. Like others have stated, it's pretty dang good - lasting longer than I can really keep realistic track of. Unfortunately there is no removable battery here, so these are disposable headphones unfortunately (I did remove the T-8 torx screws but didn't find anything user serviceable). While construction is excellent, sound is good. I'm not trying to be too picky, but at the MSRP there are more compelling sounding headphones. While we'll have to wait and see what retail pricing actually looks like over time, they compete sound wise very well in the $100-150 range. Volume is loud. Notes are clear and vibrant. Bass is clear, and definitely enhanced, but the low end doesn't seem quite as powerful as other headphones in this class. The soundstage is narrow (as expected in over the ear designs), but again, sound quality and volume are both excellent here. Noise isolation is quite good, and while not noise cancelling, I could hardly hear anything outside the heaphones. Here the quality of the foam padding outweighs what can be accomplished on the low-end of the noise cancelling world. Marshall does something here I wish more headphone manufacturers would do more: be honest with you about the sound. We all know that manufacturers tend to enhance bass, and treble. Marshall actually prints the frequency response curve of the headphones on the box as a graph. This indicates that you aren't looking at a 'flat' set, but rather a 'powerful' curve (like most retail headphones). I love this about Marshall, and it builds credibility. In the box are a few accessories. The included bag seems durable, if not overly protective (although the headphones themselves seem pretty durable). The cable looks the part, with a coiled area for better cable management. The cable includes an AHJ mic and button. The 3.5mm jack is found on the base of the right earcup. All connections and cable ends are gold plated. Marshall executes a solid offering here. If you're in the market for bluetooth headphones and travel durability is on your priority list: you need to give these a shot. The value proposition at MSRP is there, given the construction quality, but audio is just average in that price range. Assuming you can find them lower, then this set makes a ton of sense. Highly recommended! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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