From guitar amp to headphones – traditional brand with style

Marshall’s story has something to do with rock’n’roll. Jim Marshall was the founder and spirit of the British traditional brand without which there would be no legendary bands and their equipment. Meanwhile Marshall releases their own headphones through the Lifestyle product line with Minor, Major and Monitor, which come in the Mashall-typical design, but do not only appeal to musicians.


The latest reviews: Marshall

Bluetooth by Pete Schloßnagel 3 months ago

Marshall Motif A.N.C. Diamond Jubilee

Stylish True Wireless in-ears with Noise Cancelling

The Motif A.N.C. from Marshall look good, are comfortable to wear and deliver a good sound. Fans of the brand may be content with that, but if you're looking for the best noise cancelling or value custom sound tuning, then you may be disappointed.


Bluetooth by Maike Paeßens 1 year ago

Marshall Mode II

Lightweight, extremely compact True Wireless in-ears with adjustable transparency mode

With the Marshall Mode II, the venerable British manufacturer brings to its range True Wireless in-ears that are powerfully tuned and support aptX and Bluetooth 5.1. Individual sound settings can also be made via connection with the app, while the amplification of outside noise can...


Bluetooth by Dirk Duske 2 years ago

Marshall Major IV

Legendary Bluetooth headphones technically refreshed

Marshall's popular Major on-ear Bluetooth headphones triumph in their fourth generation with 80 hours of playtime, wireless charging and improved ergonomic design.


Bluetooth by Dirk Duske 3 years ago

Marshall Monitor II A.N.C.

Bluetooth headphones with Active Noise Cancelling

The closed circumaural Marshall Monitor II A.N.C. offer well-balanced sound, but score particularly highly on wearing comfort and have several interesting functions.


Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 4 years ago

Marshall Minor II Bluetooth

Powerful Sound, but with a Feeble Fit

Marshall provide the Minor II with a wireless connection courtesy of the aptX codec and Bluetooth 5.0 standard. In addition to this, the design of the popular Marshall Minor in-ears has been significantly upcycled. What’s more, the headphones offer some interesting special features for improved...


Smartphone by Ulf Kaiser 5 years ago

Marshall Major III

Powerful on-ear headphones with lifestyle design and treble accentuation

The Marshall Major is by no means just a legendary tube amplifier from the sixties, but is also an established on-ear headphone from the same manufacturer. It’s presented to us for this test in the wired third version. Visually, the equally lightweight and robust device...


Bluetooth by Ulf Kaiser 5 years ago

Marshall Major III Bluetooth

Powerful Bluetooth On-ear Headphones with Lifestyle Design

British manufacturer Marshall has long been successful not only in the market of tube amplifiers but also in the field of consumer electronics. These products have always remained iconic and utilized the unique Tolex look that is reminiscent of miniature versions of the famous loudspeaker...


Bluetooth by Carsten Kaiser 5 years ago

Marshall Mid A.N.C.

Rock ‘n’ Roll without the background noise

In Marshall’s Headphone series, the supra-aural Mid A.N.C. scores high marks when it comes to active noise reduction. In fact, the A.N.C. stands for “Active Noise Cancelling”, demonstrating that Marshall are focused squarely on this area of audio tech.