Well known to musicians, the iconic English manufacturer of amplifiers and portable audio equipment is launching its new bluetooth speaker, the Uxbridge Voice. The newcomer to the Voice range becomes the first from Marshall to include Apple’s AirPlay 2.
Marshall Launches New AirPlay 2 Compatible Uxbridge Voice Wireless Speaker
Marshall equips its Uxbridge Voice with full wireless connectivity
While the general public has adopted Marshall (Zound Industries) for a few years through its headphones and its various wireless speakers, in April 2020 the brand is launching the Uxbridge Voice, a portable speaker equipped with the streaming system developed. by Apple, AirPlay 2. Focused on wireless, the new speaker also features the traditional bluetooth 5.0 and Spotify Connect, the cast service of the Swedish music platform. We will also add the presence of Alexa, the voice assistant developed by Amazon and soon Google Assistant and Tencent Xiaowei, promises Marshall. Multiple support that will allow multiroom configuration when paired with other compatible models.
The small Uxbridge Voice completes the Voice range
The traditional Marshall design
Measuring 128 x 168 x 123 mm, the Marshall Uxbridge Voice differs from other models of the brand by the presence of toggle buttons, reminiscent of vintage amplifier equalizers. These, in charge of volume control (up to 96 dB SPL) and treble & low (54 Hz to 20 kHz), replace the old controllers in the form of potentiometers which equip the Tufton and Stockwell II in particular. There is also a play button, as well as another for activating / deactivating the microphone dedicated to Alexa.
A Marshall bluetooth speaker compatible with AirPlay 2, Spotify, Alexa, Google Assistant, etc.
Because Marshall relies heavily on product design, the brand has once again taken care of the appearance of its new Uxbridge Voice, giving it the traditional style of the firm. Cubic in shape, it has a canvas facade, as well as a lower strip with a woody appearance on which the set of blue LEDs is placed. Finally, the Uxbridge Voice rests its 1.39 kg on four feet.
The new Uxbridge Voice portable speaker by Marshall will be launched on April 8 at a price of 199 euros. Available in black or white.
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