Amazon Prime Day drops some hard rocking Marshall headphones discounts

Amazon Prime Day drops some hard rocking Marshall headphones discounts
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If you like to wear your rock credentials on your sleeve (or head), then nothing shows your musical colours more than a pair of Marshall headphones - that iconic logo and black and brass detailing recalling walls of Marshall stacks. But they’re not just a cynical cash-in from the legendary brand. Hell no! They also pump out fantastic audio and deliver some awesome tech whilst looking the part.

As part of this year’s mega Prime Day headphones deals onslaught, a number of Marshall headphones have been reduced, from the flagship Monitor II ANC and new-ish Major IV, to the budget-friendly Major III range. We’ve rounded up our favourites below.

Monitor II ANC: Were (opens in new tab)

Monitor II ANC: Were £279, now £219, save £60 (opens in new tab)
A huge £60 saving - this time when you buy from Marshall direct. Not only do these Active Noise Cancelling-toting cans sound great, but you'll get up to 30 hours of wireless playback with ANC activated... and up to 45 hours without it.

Marshall Major IV: Were (opens in new tab)

Marshall Major IV: Were £129.99, now £109, save £20 (opens in new tab)
Marshall are one of the most recognised names in rock, and their home audio range is as good as you’d expect. The Major IV Bluetooth headphones are an awesome pair of cans and you can get them right now on Amazon with a few quid off.

Marshall Major III Bluetooth: £129.99 (opens in new tab)

Marshall Major III Bluetooth: £129.99, now £72.99, save £57 (opens in new tab)
What a deal this is! A whopping 57 notes off the RRP of the very dependable Major III cans. These foldable Bluetooth cans deliver over 30 hours of wireless playback, plus custom-tuned 40mm drivers which push enhanced bass, smooth mids and clear highs into your lug holes.

Marshall Major III wired: Were (opens in new tab)

Marshall Major III wired: Were £79.99, now £39.99, save £40 (opens in new tab)
Don't need the Bluetooth functionality? Get the same compact design, enhanced audio and killer rock look, but with a detachable 3.5 mm cable connection instead. This deal applies to the white colourway.

Chris Barnes

Chris is Louder's eCommerce Editor and has been a metalhead ever since he saw Machine Head play the London Astoria in '97. He manages buyer's guides on the site and it's his job to help you find the raddest merch, collectibles and music listening tech, and the best prices. He's spent many years testing gadgets and music gear - from turntables and headphones to electronic drum kits - for brands including T3, MusicRadar and Guitar World.