Marshall Major III Foldable Headphones - White
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This modern go-to classic has been re-engineered for a cleaner more refined design, while the silhouette stays true to its original form.
Charging is made easy using either the USB-C charging cable supplied in-box or by sitting the outer case on any Qi wireless charging base. It features a microphone and remote for use with your cell phone and is fully collapsible – ready to keep you company on the road.Navegar pela nossa seleção em marshall headphones white e filtre as melhores combinações ou preço para encontrar o que você mais gosta. Enjoy 25 hours of wireless playtime and the freedom of listening without wires with none of the compromise on sound. The gold Bluetooth pairing button on the inside of the carry case brings back memories of the nostalgic amplifier stacks Marshall are known for. The good news is you don't need to follow any additional steps to activate your extended 6-year warranty.
Besides being straight up dazzling, the Major is a solid workhorse with great stamina, designed with non-stop, all-day listening in mind. Jim was born in London on 29 July 1923 and as a child he suffered with tubercular bones which meant that he spent much of his early years hospitalised to the age of 13. The black, semi-coiled cable, a nod to the famous Marshall amps, has a simple inline remote control and mic compartment at chin level. Você também pode filtrar resultados que oferecem frete grátis, entrega rápida ou devoluções grátis para encontrar o que você está buscando em marshall headphones white!
They had to replce the headphone, may be a "common" issue with theses, as they already had others with that problem. The headphones can also be used in a wired, passive mode (the mode that I’ll use most of the time as my trusty Discman and MiniDisc players don’t have a Bluetooth connection). When listening to music wirelessly, to share audio with someone else, simply have your friend plug into the free 3. My guess is that this more subdued look will attract professional and mature users and I’m pretty sure there are plenty of us in that group! Be it The Beatles mono 180-gram vinyl recording all the way to Judas Priest’s “Ram It Down” were handled quite well, with the sub-level kick drum in the opening section of Def Leppard’s “Pour Some Sugar On Me” (Rock of Ages version — which has more bass) rumbling powerfully and clearly.