Marshall, a company known by many musicians as a seller of guitar/bass amplifiers, has been dabbling in more consumer audio products in recent years, such as headphones and Bluetooth speakers. So far the company has received positive feedback about its products, and if you’re in the market for a new pair of headphones, Marshall is more than happy to oblige.
The company has recently launched its latest pair of headphones in the form of the Marshall Major III. As the name suggests, these headphones are essentially the successor to the previous Major headphones and will be offered in either a wired version or a wireless Bluetooth version.
In terms of design, the new Major III headphones look more or less the same as its predecessor, but Marshall claims that they have made some improvements on design and comfort so that they can be worn for longer periods of time. They will also feature 40mm dynamic drivers, and the best part is that in terms of pricing, Marshall has kept it the same as the previous model.
This means that if you wanted to get the wired version, it will be priced at $79 while the wireless version, which promises 30 hours of battery life, will be priced at $150.