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Marshall Unveil Major II Bluetooth Headphones
These wireless headphones have over 30 hours of playing time from a single charge and 50 years-worth of Marshall tried and tested performance as well.
The headphones also have a few extra features including an analogue control knob where you can play, pause, shuffle and adjust the volume from the Major IIs themselves.
They can even be used to wirelessly accept and reject calls and the built-in microphone allows you to have conversations whilst still wearing your headphones. The minijack connection can also be used to share audio with other sets of headphones.
Marshall had released a teaser earlier this week with a pair of golden scissors poised over a headphone cable.
Bluetooth was originally the nickname used for tenth century Danish king Harald Blatand Gormsson and the Nordic Runes of his initials now make the Bluetooth logo, which is present on most smartphone and tablet devices today.
By Michael Storey.
Posted on 26 Feb 2016 13:19 to category : Instruments News
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