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Marshall updates Major headphone with in-line mic for more talkin' between rockin'

Joe Pollicino
June 20, 2011
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Marshall struck solid gold when it lent spare amp parts to Zound Industries (Urbanears) for the Major and Minor headphones, and is now releasing a remixed version of the original smash hit. The updated headset is by all means a Major headphone, but it now features an in-line remote with a mic that's sure to please on-the-move fans of the supra-aural fit. At $119, the new cans will set you back about 20 bones more than the original, although you can't put a price on the amount of rockstar-cred you'll gain. The Major is available now from Marshall Headphones' web store and at your local brick and mortar if you're GASing for some new JCM-esque headgear.

Gallery: Marshall Major Heaphone w/ in-line remote and mic | 5 Photos

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Marshal Major Now Available With Microphone and Remote

Marshall Headphones Major with microphone and remote functionality is now here, giving you the freedom to switch between your phone calls and your music without having to change your headphones. The new Marshall Major is available for purchase at your local retailer and online at Marshallheadphones.com.

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Using the remote is simple. Click once to play and pause music as well as receive and end phone calls. Click twice to forward your music, and click three times to go back. The microphone and remote are compatible with most mobile phones featuring a 3.5mm plug*.

The heavy sound of Marshall has been carried over the world for nearly 50 years. Breathless roadies and roaring trucks have struggled to make it heard all across the globe. Now the time has come for you to carry this magnificent burden of rock 'n' roll all by yourself.

*The manufacturer of this product makes no claims of compatibility of the microphone and remote with any mobile device.









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