Marshall has this week revealed that they will be launching a new Bluetooth version of their Major II headphones.

Hitting stores in the UK tomorrow, the Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones will provide users with up to 30 hours of usage from a single charge, with a pair of custom 40mm dynamic drivers.

It also sends music in CD-like audio quality, with aptX technology to minimize audio/video syncing issues, which should mean that you can watch movies without the lip sync lag that you often find with some Bluetooth headphones.

If you want to go wired, then you can also do so via the double-ended coil cord that has a mic & remote, and are detachable and compatible with any device that has a 3.5mm headphone jack.

And as an added extra you can listen to music wirelessly via Bluetooth, whilst sharing the empty 3.5mm jack with someone else.

It also has analogue control knob that allows you to pause, play, shuffle and adjust the volume.

The Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones will be available to purchase in the UK from tomorrow, priced at £130. They will also launch the headphones in the US this Spring.

You can find out more about the headphones at the source link below.

Source Marshall

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