Marshall Headphones, the splinter manufacturer that labels “lifestyle” electronics with the amplifier brand’s logo and styling, is making a new Android phone with music-centric features. There’s a little gimmicky nostalgia here, but forgive me lords of rock n’ roll authenticity if I kind of love it.
It's not the easiest time to be a consumer on the hunt for a wireless Bluetooth speaker. New models are flooding the market on a daily basis, and wading through the hundreds of choices can be mind-numbing. So here's a quick cheat sheet for you: If you want something small, consider Jawbone's new Mini Jambox, but if…
Ladies and gentlemen, please lower your amplifiers to half-volume. The world lost a monster of rock and roll today. Jim Marshall, the founder of Marshall Amplification, passed away after years of battling cancer and strokes. He was 88. And a legend.
If you currently or have ever lived in a dorm, you've lived off of Mountain Dew and old burritos kept in a little dorm refrigerator. Except yours probably looked boring and wasn't the spittin' image of an awesome Marshall guitar amp.
Marshall's finally let their teased headphones both literally and figuratively out of the box—and it was worth the wait. They are retro-gorgeous, and available as cans ("Major") or earbuds ("Minor"). Not bad for $100 and $60, respectively.
A few years ago, PURE had a real hit on their hands with the limited edition Marshall radio. Made in partnership with Marshall, this new EVOKE-1S goes all the way up to 11—digitally.
Marshall says that their new MXL USB.009 USB microphone is the first in the world to record at 24-bit/96 kHz without needing some expensive A/D convertor. The 24-bit sampling gives your tracks very high-resolution detail for your mixing, capturing every single detail of your off-key singing. The mike has a gold…