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I’d recommend these almost-perfect $150 Bluetooth headphones to everyone I know

Several friends have been asking me what Bluetooth headphones they should get, especially those who buy phones with missing headphone jacks, and I always point towards the Marshall Major II Bluetooth headphones. I don't usually pay as much attention to a headphone's aesthetics, but I wouldn't be doing justice to Marshall if I didn't give it credit for the incredible attention to detail on its Major II Bluetooth headphones.
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