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Iconic American sound brand Marshall has released an updated take on its Major headphones, now with improved ergonomics.

Have you noticed that we’ve increasingly become a headphone society? As we consume more news, entertainment, and inspiration through mobile devices (like the one you’re probably reading this on) we’re increasingly donning a decent pair of headphones or popping in some earbuds and, in doing so, creating a little citadel of solitude in our heads, whether we’re on our daily commute, travelling, or in the office. So, if you’re going to sequester yourself away from civilisation, you might as well ensure you’re doing it with the best sound possible.

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Packed with powerful features, the new-look Marshall Major IV headphones just might be the ticket. Promising 80-plus hours of wireless playtime, as well as wireless charging and improved ergonomics, the headphones feel great on the head and pipe in sweet tracks for your listening enjoyment.

Iconic American sound brand Marshall has released an updated take on its Major headphones, now with improved ergonomics.

Custom-tuned dynamic drivers deliver roaring bass, smooth mids, and brilliant treble for a rich, unrivalled sound that you’ll be forgiven for never wanting to turn off. Made for the long haul, if you’ve managed to exhaust that impressive battery capacity, you can still plug in your 3.5mm cord and keep the party pumping, while the Major IV’s quick charging capacity means you’ll only need to listen to those around you for 15 minutes to gain 15 hours of playback.

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In addition, an improved ergonomic design means the tenth hour will be as comfortable as the first, while controlling your device, including taking and making calls, is a breeze thanks to a multi-directional control knob.

And we all know one of those.

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Nick Walton is a Hong Kong-based photojournalist and Group Managing Editor for Artemis Communications, producers of Alpha Men Asia, JETSETTER Magazine, Explorer Magazine, The Art of Business Travel, Mirandus, IKHLAS, The Journal and The Edition.

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