Marshall Minor and Major headphones

The Marshall debuts in the headphones market with two models- the foldable over head cans called the Major and in-ear headphones dubbed Minor.

The Major are equipped with 40mm moving coil dynamic speakers with 121 ± 3dB AT 1kHz 1mW(single speaker), frequency respond of 20 ~ 20kHz and 32 Ω ± 15% AT 1kHz impedance, enclosed in soft ear cushions.  The exterior of the headband is made out of the same vinyl used in Marshall amplifiers and it bears the original Jim Marshall’s signature. They have foldable design for easy transportation, comes with a 3.5 mm and 6.3 mm adapters for use with with your amplifier, stereo or any sound source and are available now for $99/€99.

Marshall Major Headphones

The Marshall Minor are in-ear buds that also include a microphone and remote in the tangle resistant fabric cord, for use with your cell phone. They are equipped with EarClick patented system that ingeniously secures the earphone into position in your ear. The 15.4mm Moving Coil Dynamic speakers offer 20 ~ 20kHz frequency response,  impedance of 32 Ω ± 15% AT 1kHz and 115 ± 3dB AT 1kHz 1mW(single speaker) sensitivity. The Minor earphones cost $59/€59 and come shipped with four separate, silicone size pads.

Marshall Minor Earphones

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