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Marshall Major V: Wireless on-ear headphones with a rock’n’roll design

Marshall Major V are wireless on-ear headphones with rock’n’roll attitude and extremely long battery life. You get rich sound, good comfort and a full 100 hours of playing time, so you...

MARSHALL MAJOR V
MARSHALL MAJOR V

Marshall Major V are wireless on-ear headphones with rock’n’roll attitude and extremely long battery life. You get rich sound, good comfort and a full 100 hours of playing time, so you can take the headphones with you on the go for days without recharging them. You can program the golden M button to activate Spotify Tap, which sends you directly into your last played Spotify track.

MARSHALL MAJOR V
MARSHALL MAJOR V

The Major V is beautifully designed with the iconic Marshall logo on the sides. The shape is reminiscent of the previous Major generations, of which you can hardly avoid looking up to several on a walk through the city. In this generation, the battery life has been upgraded to an impressive 100 hours, and the comfort is still top notch with thick artificial leather ear cushions. When you’re going on a trip, you can fold the Marshall Major V together so they fit easily into your backpack.

MARSHALL MAJOR V
MARSHALL MAJOR V

The battery life of the Marshall Major V is up to an impressive 100 hours. If the batteries still run out of power, you can still listen to music via the included minijack cable as with normal passive headphones.

Pros

  • Iconic rock’n’roll design with high comfort and very low weight
  • 100 hours of battery life
  • Fast charging (15 minutes of charging gives 15 hours of wireless music)
  • Push-button operation on the ear cup (music, calls, volume, voice assistant, etc.)
  • Google Fast Pair / Spotify Loss
  • Can also play via cable without battery power
  • Fully foldable design

Cons

  • No noise cancellation (ANC)
  • Not waterproof
  • Not aptX Bluetooth
  • The control button requires that there is power on the battery