STOCKHOLM, Sweden – May 8, 2018 – Introducing Major III, the latest incarnation of Marshall’s most popular headphone. Since launching in 2010, the Major has been Marshall’s best-selling headphone, with over 2 million units sold.
The newest updates to this beloved headphone include new drivers for improved sound characteristics, updated ear cushions for comfortable all-day wear, and real vinyl details. Major III comes in a wireless Bluetooth version and a standard wired version to suit your listening needs. Both versions are modern classics that have been re-engineered for a cleaner, refined design, while the silhouette has stayed true to its original form. Major III & Major III Bluetooth are available for purchase at Marshall retailers around the world and online at marshallheadphones.com.
Major III & Major III Bluetooth feature new 40mm dynamic drivers that have been optimized and carefully tuned to give improved sound characteristics. The headphones have a clear, more defined sound without any compromise on power at lower frequencies.
30+ HOURS OF WIRELESS PLAYTIME
Major III Bluetooth utilizes Bluetooth aptX technology and keeps the music going strong with over 30 hours of wireless playtime on a single charge, leaving the competitors in the dust.
A MODERN CLASSIC REENGINEERED
Major III & Major III Bluetooth are modern classics that have been re-engineered with a straight fit headband, slimmed down 3D hinges and rebuilt ear cushions for comfortable all-day use. Thicker loop wires with reinforced rubber dampers contribute to the overall solid build quality.
Major III, wireless and wired, are available for purchase for $150 and $79, respectively, at Marshall retailers around the world and online at marshallheadphones.com.
Marshall is a true rock legend. That uniquely clear and expressive sound combined with a mythical stage presence has enraptured music fans around the world for five decades. We’re celebrating the brand’s rich heritage with commemorative products that live and breathe Marshall.
The legacy begins in a small drum shop in Hanwell in the 1960s, where Jim Marshall sought to give a bunch of then-local guitarists the sound they wanted – a sound that was harder, crunchier and more rich. The result was the JTM45, an amp that reverberated with a sound that was much heavier than anything ever heard before. In a twist of rock and roll fate – those guitarists, much like the Marshall name, would go on to revolutionize music forever.
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