Save £120 off these wireless Marshall headphones

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Black Friday? More like Black Week! The sales have started already and these Marshall Monitor wireless headphones should be a consideration for any rock fan looking for a new pair of bluetooth over-ear headphones.  

Marshall pretty much invented the modern rock sound back in the 60s, working directly with artists like The Who's Pete Townshend or a young Eric Clapton. Since then, their amps and cabs (aka speakers) have been the first port of call for every rock act worth their salt. The logo and black leatherette-with-gold look is iconic. 

But they haven't lasted more than 50 years based on looks alone. 

These Marshall Monitor over-ear headphones are designed with the same stellar attention to detail as seen in Marshall's stage audio equipment, and they possess impressive sound capabilities: full-bodied, with deep lows, mids that shine and crystal highs. They're comfortable, give you 30 hours of performance and look the bollocks (technical term).

What you get:

  • Custom-tuned 40mm dynamic drivers
  • 30+ hours of wireless playtime on a single charge
  • Bluetooth aptX technology with a higher bitrate for superb listening
  • Wireless listening range of 30 feet
  • Ergonomic over-ear construction for superior noise isolation
  • Collapsible design
  • Rugged good looks with heavy-duty cast metal hinges
  • Canvas-carrying bag
Marshall Monitor bluetooth headphones: were £220, now £98 at Amazon

Marshall Monitor bluetooth headphones: were £220, now £98 at Amazon
Soulful sound performance, big on comfort and with those iconic rock'n'roll good looks, this is a great chance to snap up premium headphones for a much more affordable price. Hell, they sure beat Beats. A great pair of headphones under £100.

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