Advantages – The Marshall Major III is a stylish and slim design on-ear headphones with a great top and mid ranges. It is also fully foldable headphones.
Drawbacks – The Marshall Major III has feeble bass, and it is uncomfortable to wear. It also lets in the external sound.
The Bottom Line – The Marshall Major III Bluetooth headphones are great in look and have long battery life, great sound, and they are easy to fold up for travel.
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Marshall Major III vs JBL E55BT
Marshall Major III Bluetooth on-ear headphones are high quality but slightly outdated whereas JBL E55BT is driver size and full-featured headphones. Also, it has a detachable cable and a battery life of 20 hours, is foldable and supports noise reduction. The Marshall Major III has also supported noise reduction and Bluetooth and is foldable.
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|Specification||Marshall Major III||JBL E55BT|
|Weight||178 grams||229 grams|
|Battery Life||30 hours||20 hours|
|Driver size||50mm||40 mm|
Marshall Major III Features
The Marshall Major III headphones have small, rounded on-ear earcups covered in faux leather and with the straight band and heavily padded on-ear cushions. The headphones are not comfortable to wear for a long period of time. The earcups have the Marshall logo on it, and some brass colored highlights. It has a detachable coiled wire which seems durable and a one-button remote that can be used to control the headphone. The Marshall made changes in its headphones that improved earpads and 40mm upgrade dynamic driver. The headphones fold down in compact storage which is good for listening on the go, though they do not provide any cover case or carrying case. Overall, they are less clunky tag Major IIs.
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The Marshall is making some of their headphones as long-lasting Bluetooth headphones. Major III has long-lasting battery life. It lasts for 30 hours with full charging. They charge in half the time that its old model did. It takes 3 hours to charge fully via the micro-USB socket in the right ear cup.
Major III Bluetooth headphones suit a wide range of music types. However, the sound quality of Marshall headphones is decent with a well-balanced range. It has a smooth mid-range which makes the headphones suited to listening to rock music or guitar listening. The noise cancellation is not strong in on-ear headphones. You can hear the external noise while listening to the music in these headphones.
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Marshall Major III Specification
|Model Name||Major 3 BT|
|Colour||Black, White, Brown|
|Product Dimension||16x16x8.64 cm|
|Battery Life||30 hours|
The Marshall Major III Bluetooth is a good pair of on-ear headphones, with a comfortable retro design. It has great sound quality, long-lasting battery life, and classic design.
The Major III Bluetooth has small improvements as compare to Marshall other old headphones. They are not that perfect, lacking in NFC for instant pairing and as compare to other Bluetooth headphones coming down over the last couple years they are not as good as they were before. They are worth a look if you aren’t gung-ho on Marshall’s design.
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