The Marshall Minor FX Earphones are the first in-ear design from the company whose amplifiers have been powering rock and roll for nearly 50 years.
Marshall's sound engineers devoted nearly a year to tuning the Minor, so you'd experience a sound quality that's expresses the Marshall edge.
Patented “EarClick” fit technology
For the best in ergonomics and functionality, patented EarClick technology secures the earpiece at two separate points rather than one. This almost completely eliminates pressure, while keeping the earpiece firmly in place.
The integrated three-button remote and microphone system lets you control virtually everything directly from the cable. Answer and hang-up phone calls or Play, Pause, Skip (forward or back) music tracks and control the volume.
The black and gold design aesthetic is 100-percent Marshall—down to the signature control knobs replicated on the backside of each earpiece.
- Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod
- Integrated three-button remote and microphone
- Premium handmade drivers for a great listening experience
- Look and feel inspired by the classic range of Marshall amplifiers
- EarClick technology that makes for an unprecedented fit and comfort level
- Four interchangeable silicone pads for perfect fit
- Fabric cable eliminates tangles
Did you notice?EarClick technology makes for arguably the most comfortable fit from an InEar earphone, especially during activities and sports.
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What's in the Box?
- Marshall Minor FX Earphones
- Inline microphone and remote control
- Four sets of silicone pads (different sizes)
- 6.3 mm adapter
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz
- Impedance: 32 ohms +/- 15% at 1kHz
- THD: 5mW
- Other Features: With Mic, With Remote and Mic, Sports & Fitness, Works Without Batteries
- Form Factor: In Ear
- Drivers: 2
- Mfr. Part Number: 04090445
- UPC or EAN No.: 7340055304450
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Ratings & Reviews
Just received my new Marshall headphones and I must say they look great . Took them straight to the gym and had a workout and I m Just received my new Marshall headphones and I must say they look great . Took them straight to the gym and had a workout and I must say they were brilliant the sound was excellent and they never moved from my ear . Great purchase …
- Written by Dave R from Cork
23 of 28 people found this useful
The brand doesn't lie...
I've tried many...and I say many headphones/ earphones of different brands in the past since i had almost 9 or so brands in my hom I've tried many...and I say many headphones/ earphones of different brands in the past since i had almost 9 or so brands in my home.
When I heard Marshall had released their "Major/ Minor FX" lines, I tried them immediately. I have to say that this piece is way up there compared to other brands. The sound details, and also the looks of this item has the class of it's own.
Like I said earlier, "The brand and it's history as a master of sound doesn't lie to it's customers".... …
- Written by Raden Mohamad I from Jakarta
15 of 17 people found this useful
Marshall Minor FX Earphones.
Another good quality pair of Marshall earphones, though take a little getting used too.
- Written by mark M from LEEDS
8 of 11 people found this useful
Poor durability – not built to last.
These are simply not built to last. I am on my second pair in 1 year, and my current pair has already experienced the same problem These are simply not built to last. I am on my second pair in 1 year, and my current pair has already experienced the same problem as the first: The jack is so fundamentally flimsy, that after basic, in-pocket commuter use, it shorts out and only works when you bend it in certain positions. Not a problem if the earphones came with replacement cables like the Shure models, but alas, the whole thing is useless once the jack stops functioning. I have a friend who is on his third pair for the very same reason, so this isn't an isolated incident.
I can vouch for the sound quality, it's very good given the entry-level price on these things. Aesthetically I'm a huge fan of the concentric circle design, and the black on gold look. Definitely very eye-catching. However, I can't possibly recommend these given the very basic durability concerns of the product. Like more and more things coming out these days, it appears intentionally made for very short term use. …
- Written by Anton M from Jakarta
So first off presentation i have got to say i was really impressed with how when you open the box the earphones lift out towards y So first off presentation i have got to say i was really impressed with how when you open the box the earphones lift out towards you other than that i was disappointed.
These earphones are huge definitely not a good look. Then the way they feel in your ear they don't feel as though they are going to stay in.
The build quality is all plastic also and for £50 i would expect a light weight metal earphone.
i have to say the only other good thing i found was the aux jack which is a right angle design perfect to stop your wire from snapping while in your pocket but it also has metal and a metal spring on it to stop the wire from flexing so i should expect these to last for a long time.
wouldn't recommend in my opinion but may suit people with bigger ears that complements the larger design. …
- Written by Andy M from Coventry
1 of 1 people found this useful
Good but vulnerable
Sound is nice. Design is nice. If you're into the special in-ear design it has, go for it.
But - apparently it has an issue with Sound is nice. Design is nice. If you're into the special in-ear design it has, go for it.
But - apparently it has an issue with the minijack where it has a loose connection. After a month or two, the sound only works when the minijack is held in certain ways. After 2 replacements I gave up.
Don't buy if you use it on the go. As most do with a headset. …
- Written by Thomas H from AARHUS C
5 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is the remote on these able to access and communicate with Siri like other "3-Button" earphones?
- Asked by Jack L
Does the cord last well in cold weather? I've never had a fabric cord before and I'm unsure if I should get these or not.
- Asked by Katherine S from Ottawa
the fabric cord has no effect on weather because its fabric makes it more durable if it were rubber the fabric cord has no effect on weather because its fabric makes it more durable if it were rubber then you rarely but might have an issue but most decent headphones are built to ware so i would get them i mean i would buy them (i own them) but i would not be worried they have no issue in cold weather. only rubber contracts in cold weather not fabric so go and buy them they have great sound …
- Answered by David B from Lexington
will these work with hearing aids that go straight into the canal?
- Asked by Michael H from Staten Island
These would most likely disrupt the functions of your canal hearing aids. Even if they did not actua These would most likely disrupt the functions of your canal hearing aids. Even if they did not actually touch the hearing aids, these are designed to insert into the ear a little farther and more snug than most in-ear headsets so I would not recommend these for someone using any form of hearing aid. Hope this helps! …
- Answered by Sean G from North Augusta
Does the volume and track skip feature work with the original iphone?
- Asked by Banu S from Vancouver
Hello Banu S
If by original you mean the 3G (first one in Canada) or the "ORIGINAL" (never releas Hello Banu S
If by original you mean the 3G (first one in Canada) or the "ORIGINAL" (never released in Canada) the answer is yes to both.
Any "made for iPhone" headset will work the functions supported by the original headset that came with your iPhone and supported by the version of iOS installed on your iPhone. …
- Answered by Michael P from Calgary