There is no question that Marshall made use of his iconic history as an amplifier that supported decades of rock ‘n’ roll Bluetooth speaker, and I’m fine with that. All Marshall speakers look more or less like vintage stage amps, but maybe no more than Woburn II, which measures 16 x 12 x 7.9 inches and weighs 19 pounds – this is as large as a regular training amp, so it doesn’t look like a dollhouse amplifier. From the analog dial above to the leather-wrapped case to the classic grille speaker in front of it, this looks like it’s authentic, but this is a Bluetooth speaker. From now until June 1, you can get , i.e. a $ 100 discount from the usual price.
Woburn II is fully modern Bluetooth 5 speakers that support aptX audio with high accuracy, and when used with the Marshall mobile app, you can change audio with a five-band equalizer, or just use the bass and treble controls at the top of the amp … I mean, speakers. Besides Bluetooth (which can be connected to two different devices), there is an AUX-in port so you can plug in an external sound source. One thing to note: This is not a portable speaker, so there is no battery there. You must plug it in to use it.
Marshall bonus deal: If you are in the market for a set of headphones and like the classic Marshall vibe, look at Marshall Major III wireless on-ear headphones. It’s also Bluetooth and compatible with aptX, and finishes in the same leather wrap as Woburn II. Now, that, which is a 47% discount from the usual price of $ 150.
Like amp inspired speakers, I like the look of these vintage headphones, but they offer the convenience of modern creatures such as a 30 hour runtime between charging and on-ear buttons to control playback, volume and power.
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