Introducing the Marshall Monitor Headphones

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Last year we reviewed the Marshall Major headphones that had good sound, good construction, and a cool retro-throwback Guitar Amp look that many people loved (review here). This year Marshall has created a new set of headphones called the Marshall Monitor headphones which has a set of heavy-duty Folding hinges, over-the-ear design with good isolation, and an additional headphone input port on the other earcup to share the music with a friend. We'll be sure to review these just as we reviewed the last Marshall headphones, but for now check out the full press release below for more product details.

LAS VEGAS – Jan. 9, 2013 – The Marshall Monitor embodies the power and strength that is Marshall in a headphone with its Hi-Fi prowess and monster sound.  Its slender over-ear construction delivers superior noise isolation without the bulk.  The Monitor is embossed with a white script logo and black vinyl leather, evoking the spirit of those legendary vintage amps, while the heavy-duty metal hinges, brass accents and plug make it full-out roadworthy.  The completely detachable double-ended coil cord with mic and remote can be worn on either the right or left side.  The extra 3.5mm socket allows users to share music.  When users are done, fold them up and stow them away in the canvas carrying pouch.

THE SOUND
Resonating with the power of live performance, the Monitor produces deep bass with extended highs and natural, well-balanced mids.  Its custom-made low distortion 40mm drivers cover the entire frequency range. Even at high playback levels, the sound is punchy and dynamic.  With the Monitor’s F.T.F. system, users can choose their own sound experience: a warmer, laid back sound or a brighter and clearer sound.  Go on, dive into your music.
AVAILABILITY
The Marshall Monitor will be available in stores and online at MarshallHeadphones.com in April for $200. 

ABOUT MARSHALL HEADPHONES
The heavy sound of Marshall has been carried over the world for nearly 50 years. Breathless roadies and roaring trucks have worked hard to make Marshall heard all across the globe. The success story of Marshall Headphones is constantly being written since being launched in 2010.


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