Initially announced back at CES, Marshall’s latest edition Major II on-ear headphones are now available. The follow up to the original Majors, Marshall has updated the new model with better sound and durability while still maintaining the company’s iconic aesthetic.
According to Marshall, the Major II headphones feature custom drivers and deliver “deeper bass and more extended detailed highs with a refined mid-range and overall lower distortion.”
The company has also designed them with dual 3/5mm jacks which allows you to choose which side to wear the mic and remote equipped cable on. You’ll find the detachable audio cable also has an L-plug end, “providing improved durability and carrying ease.”
The updated design includes “newly constructed” hinges and headband, offering better durability to the frame and rotatable ear cups. “The Major II is yet another solid work-horse manufactured in the trademark Marshall way.”
The new Major II headphones are available for $119 at Marshallheadphones.com in black only as of right now, but we expect brown, white and possibly a pitch black model at some point. While we have yet to see the new model hit Marshall’s Amazon store (or other retail locations), the previous gen models are available for $73 on Amazon (Reg. $120, current lowest we can find).