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.
Despite being primarily known as a company that makes amplifiers and equipment for musicians, Marshall has over the years slowly gained a reputation for creating some pretty amazing audio products in the form of consumer grade headphones and Bluetooth speaker systems.
Marshall, a brand that musicians might be familiar with when it comes to guitar and bass amplifiers, has started making more commercially available audio products in the past few years. This include Bluetooth speakers, which have been very well received, and also headphones that are also doing pretty well.
Smart speakers have become a norm these days as we’re starting to see more audio companies start to integrate digital assistants into them, namely from Amazon and Google in which both Alexa and Google Assistant have found their way into a variety of speakers in the market today.
Marshall recently announced that they’ve updated their lineup of Bluetooth speakers. However in case you’re not necessarily in the market for Bluetooth speakers and would prefer a set of earbuds, not to worry as Marshall is more than happy to oblige as the company has announced the Minor II wireless Bluetooth earbuds.
Marshall is a company best-known by many musicians are producing some of the best amplifiers in the world for guitar and bass. Many legendary rock musicians have relied on Marshall in the past for studio recordings and live tours, although in recent times Marshall has since expanded their portfolio to include consumer-grade Bluetooth speakers.
Marshall has announced the launch of two new smart speakers at IFA 2018 in Berlin today. Both feature the familiar Marshall design language and Amazon Alexa support. The two models include the Acton II and the Stanmore II, the latter being larger and more powerful. With Alexa onboard, the smart speakers are capable of performing a wide variety of tasks, basically everything that you would expect from an Alexa-enabled device.
Marshall, a company known by many musicians as a seller of guitar/bass amplifiers, has been dabbling in more consumer audio products in recent years, such as headphones and Bluetooth speakers. So far the company has received positive feedback about its products, and if you’re in the market for a new pair of headphones, Marshall is more than happy to oblige.
#IFA2017 – The benefit to wireless speakers is that you can place them anywhere, which in theory should allow you to create a multi-room setup. However Marshall’s previous wireless speakers were unfortunately missing that feature, or at least until now where at IFA 2017, the company has updated its wireless lineup with support for multi-room audio.
In the music scene, Marshall is a brand that is well-known by many musicians as a company that specializes in creating amps for electric guitars and basses. However in the past few years, the company has expanded its consumer electronics offerings, such as headphones and Bluetooth speakers.
Musicians are probably very familiar with Marshall, the brand that is typically associated with amplifiers. However in recent years the company has branched out to offer other kinds of audio products, such as headphones and regular speakers, and the company has recently taken the wraps off its latest offering: the Marshall Mid Bluetooth.
There’s a new Android smartphone out today from a company that you might not associate with smartphones: Marshall Headphones. Its new smartphone is called the London and it geared towards audiophiles who crave a much more enhanced audio experience on their mobile device. The details of this handset seem to have gone live on the company’s website ahead of time but now it’s out in the open for everyone to look […]
If you’re an active guitar or bass player, or have been around enough bands or attended enough gigs, chances are you’re familiar with the Marshall brand of guitar amplifiers, which many consider to be the gold standard when it comes to guitar amps. However over the years, Marshall has taken their experience and has ventured into less musician-specific audio products, and the recently announced Kilburn Bluetooth speakers is one of […]