INTRODUCING: MAJOR II
BROWN, PITCH BLACK & WHITE
MARSHALL HEADPHONES TOGETHER WITH MARSHALL AMPLIFICATION PROUDLY PRESENT MAJOR II IN PITCH BLACK, WHITE AND BROWN, THE LATEST HEADPHONE FROM THE TEAM THAT BROUGHT YOU THE ORIGINAL MARSHALL MAJOR. THE MAJOR II IN COLOURS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT MARSHALLHEADPHONES.COM AND LOCAL RETAILERS IN MORE THAN 90 COUNTRIES ON MARCH 25TH 2015.
An impressive second act, the classic Major kicks up its performance a few notches. Updated sound, looks and durability, as well as improved ergonomics, give way to a whole new level of listening.
A rock-solid character that’s built to last, the Major II color ways makes their presence known. Its more advanced sound features include customized drivers, to deliver deeper bass and more extended detailed highs with a refined mid-range and overall lower distortion. The detachable double-ended coil cord with mic and remote is equipped with an L-plug end, providing improved durability and carrying ease. The dual 3.5 mm jacks allow you to choose which side you prefer to wear your cable on or to plug in and share your music with a friend.
The Major’s already classic good looks upgraded to a more rounded construction and extra durable vinyl finish. With its newly constructed hinges and headband design, the Major II fits better than ever. Allowing for increased flexibility and the ears caps to rotate more freely, the Major II adapts to your head shape for increased comfort during those long listening sessions.
Major II pay tribute to the tradition, with three color ways dedicated to those vintage collector’s items. Available in Pitch Black, White and Brown, the Major II is yet another solid workhorse manufactured in the trademark Marshall way.
About Marshall Headphones:
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 richer. The result was the JTM45, an amp that reverberated with a sound that was much heavier than anything ever heard before. And 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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