For the most part, our electronics hate water which is why sometimes taking a Bluetooth speaker to the beach or to the pool might not necessarily be the best of ideas. However, if you’re looking for a speaker that has the ability to withstand water, then Marshall’s latest Emberton speakers might be worth checking out.

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The company has announced their latest portable Bluetooth speaker in the Emberton which features an IPX7 rating. This means that the speakers will be water-resistant where in the event it falls into the pool or into water, it will be able to continue functioning just fine as long as it isn’t deeper than 3 feet and has not been submerged for longer than 30 minutes.

The Emberton speakers will feature Marshall’s trademark design where the company has opted for a more classic look reminiscent of its guitar/bass amplifiers. According to Marshall, the Emberton speakers will offer up to 20 hours on a single charge with support for fast-charging. It also uses Bluetooth 5.0 which means that it will pair with devices and has a range of about 30 feet.

It also uses USB-C to charge which should mean less cables for you to bring around if you’ve already made the switch to USB-C devices. If you’re interested in getting your hands on it, the Marshall Emberton is priced at $149.

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