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Lowest price for the Marshall Major II in the Philippines is ₱ 1,709.00

You can buy the Marshall Major II at the lowest price of ₱ 1,709.00 from AliExpress which is 79% cheaper than the Marshall Major II that is sold by Takatack at the price of ₱ 8,000.00, you can also buy it from Lazada and Amazon.
Alternatively, the Marshall Major II is also sold in Hong Kong at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 2,620.00 and Indonesia at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 1,836.00 and Malaysia at AliExpress with the price of ₱ 1,709.00 and Singapore at Qoo10 with the price of ₱ 1,553.00 and Thailand at Shopee with the price of ₱ 3,060.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 17 August 2018, 17:50.

Price List by Country for Marshall Major II

Country International Price Price in PHP
Hong Kong HKD 385.00 PHP 2,620.00
Indonesia IDR 493.000 PHP 1,836.00
Malaysia MYR 130.80 PHP 1,709.00
Philippines PHP 1,709.00 PHP 1,709.00
Singapore SGD 40.00 PHP 1,553.00
Thailand THB 1,900 PHP 3,060.00

Specs of Marshall Major II

Design
Product Type On-Ear Headphones
Transmission Mode Cordless Wired
Type of Fitting On-Ear
Weight 172g
Body Material Plastic
Earcup Material Leather
Features
Adjustable Headband
Noise Cancelling
Microphone
Collapsible
Control via Headset
Gold Plated Jacks
In-Line Control
Touch Panel
Headset Compatibility
Android
iOS
Windows Phone
Sound Function
Active Noise Reduction
Passive Noise Reduction
Packaging Attachment
Carry Pouch
Audio Cable
Micro USB Cable
Adaptor
Music Function
Volume
Previous Track
Pause
Play
Next Track
Call Function
End Call
Reject Call
Call on Hold
Voice Dialling
Answer Call
Suitability
Hi-Fi System
Mobile Audio-Player
Smartphone
Sports
Stage
Studio
TV
Function
Gesture Control
Rechargeable
Fast Charging

Reviews of Marshall Major II

yugatech.com
Reviewed on 2015-09-17
Made of plastic but still is a looker, Wellbalanced audio levels, Dual 3.5mm audio jack, Affordable for what it delivers
Clasps to the head a bit too tight, Highs could be sharp at times
Officially launched last July, Marshall‘s Major II is the update to the famous Major headphones that we reviewed last 2011. Fast forward to almost 4 years later and we have this new device with updated features. Will it live up to the good image its prede...
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techwalls.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-16
Portable design, Impressive battery life, Very good sound,
Flimsy build
Marshall Major II is my second headphones from the English company. My first product was the Marshall Monitor headphones and they were among the most impressive headphones I've ever tested. Therefore, I was really glad that Marshall started making wireles...
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Bjorn3d.com
Reviewed on 2016-09-15
Amazing sound quality, Incredibly comfortable, Elegant design that looks profesisonal and fashionable, Highquality materials and craftsmanship, Excellent user controls
You can have any color you want, as long as it is black
Marshall is a well-known brand going back decades whose name has become synonymous with the music industry. It is well known for guitar amplifiers that have been used by many great artists throughout history, including ones found in the different music ha...
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slashgear.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-16
Marshall excited music lovers a few years back with the unveiling of its then-new headphones, bringing its audio prowess to the most personal of audio items -- headphones -- alongside an iconic and refreshingly different design. The company has released s...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-06-27
Powerful, bass-forward audio performance, Useful multifunction button, Cable with inline remote included, Comfortable
Not for anyone seeking accurate, balanced mix, Connecting cable doesn't automatically power down the headphones
Marshall's Major II Bluetooth will look familiar to anyone who knows the iconic guitar amps of the same name. The $149 on-ear wireless headphones get a lot right, from an easy-to-operate and ergonomic design to a comfortable and secure fit. There are a fe...
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engadget.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-23
​When will these headphones die? That's what I'm thinking two days after switching on Marshall's $150 wireless Major II. The box clearly states "30 hours of playback," but it is a humble fib. It breezed past the 30-hour mark, well, hours ago. If it carrie...
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geardiary.com
Reviewed on 2015-08-10
Excellent build, Comfortable, Sound great, Plug on both ear cups, Semi-accordion cable
No protective case included
Marshall describes the second generation Marshall Major headphones this way:An impressive second act, the classic Major kicks up its performance a few notches. Updated sound, looks and durability, as well as improved ergonomics, give way to a whole new le...
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techaeris.com
Reviewed on 2015-05-14
Marshall Amplification, made famous for its guitar amplifiers, also makes a number of other products including headphones. They were kind enough to send over a pair and we've tested them out for our Marshall Major II headphones review.The Marshall Major I...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-24
The affordable, comfortable Marshall Major II on-ear headphones offer improved bass performance and better clarity than the original Major model. The headphones fold inward and have a detachable cable with a one-button inline remote and microphone
Inline remote lacks volume controls, no carrying case included
Marshall Headphones' original Major was a likable on-ear model, but not a great one. Now we get the Major II, which looks similar to the original Major, but this new model is significantly improved, with a better design and sound that makes it a good val...
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mashable.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-15
Good, clean, well-rounded sound, Extremely comfortable, Great price
No carrying case, Limited controls, Some muddied sound
For roughly half a century, the Marshall amp stack has reigned as one of the most iconic pieces of rock and roll paraphernalia, forming a backdrop for some of the genre's biggest acts, from The Who to Led Zeppelin.Marshall has capitalized on that populari...
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androidpolice.com
Reviewed on 2015-04-03
A "cool" personal audio brand is a surprisingly rare thing, and if you've paid much attention to the market for premium brand headphones lately, Marshall's been a real up-and-comer. The Marshall brand is actually licensed by a Swedish company called Zound...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-17
Music by far is my mental escape. I love getting lost in my own little dancing queen world. In order to truly enjoy, you really do need quality sound, otherwise you are probably just killing your eardrums. Marshall Headphones and Marshall Amplification co...
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chipchick.com
Reviewed on 2015-02-04
Very comfortable, effective passive noise cancellation, balanced and clear sound, can be linked to other speakers and headphones, sturdy audio cable, reasonable price, The
Sound can be a little muddled on more complex tracks, no carrying case included, plastic on the earcups and hinges doesn't feel sturdy
In the tech world, even with audio equipment, it's getting increasingly rare to see something that goes five years without a refresh. But, that's just what happened with the Marshall Major on-ear headphones. They were released in 2010 to mostly positive r...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-07-14
Iconic styling, Excellent coiled cable, Long battery life, Good sound isolation
Bloated, uncontrolled bass, Noisy Bluetooth, Cheap build
You may know Marshall for its guitar amplifiers, often used on stage by rock stars and amateurs alike, but the company does way more than just amps. In the past few years, Marshall's produced several lines of headphones, a Bluetooth speaker or two and eve...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2015-04-25
The affordable, comfortable Marshall Major II on-ear headphones offer improved bass performance and better clarity than the original Major model. The headphones fold inward and have a detachable cable with a one-button inline remote and microphone
Inline remote lacks volume controls; no carrying case included
Marshall Headphones' original Major was a likable on-ear model, but not a great one. Now we get the Major II, which looks similar to the original Major, but this new model is significantly improved, with a better design and sound that makes it a good valu...
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