The multi-room system is available in three models – Acton, Stanmore and Woburn. Wirelessly play different songs in each room, or bring it all together and play the same song throughout the entire home. Start with one speaker or several. Regardless of the space, there’s a Marshall speaker to fill it.
The largest speaker from Marshall, Woburn, features a robust sound and appearance that makes it the perfect centerpiece for even the largest of spaces or the most discerning ears. Woburn hits high trebles cleanly, handles low bass with ease and has a clear, lifelike mid range. Dual 5.25” woofers paired with a total of 110 watts of amp power pound your senses while the classic Marshall design holds your attention.
Connect wirelessly with Chromecast built-in, Spotify Connect or AirPlay and get access to the world’s most popular streaming services. Alternatively, hook up your turntable via the RCA input, make use of the 3.5 mm input or utilize a Bluetooth connection.With seven one-touch presets these speakers gives you immediate access to artists, albums and playlists on Spotify or via Internet radio stations. Select your presets using the analogue controls located on the top-panel and at the push of a button you’re listening to what you love most.
Marshall teamed up with Zound Industries a few years ago to roll out speakers designed to look like its guitar amps, and the company is now rolling out new connectivity options. The new speakers will now offer multi-room audio through Marshall’s Wireless Multi-Room System, which allows you to control the music playing in any given room though the Marshall app.
The speakers now sport Chromecast built-in, AirPlay, and Spotify Connect in addition to Bluetooth 4.2. Three speakers are being upgraded with the new connectivity options � the $349 Acton, $449 Stanmore, and $599 Woburn. That’s a $100 increase from the standard Bluetooth-only editions of the Acton and Stanmore, and a $50 hike from the regular version of the Woburn.
Alongside the wireless connectivity options, all three speakers feature a 3.5mm jack, and the Stanmore and Woburn also come with an RCA jack. There’s also a new control dial that lets you choose from seven presets, giving you easy access to your favorite Spotify playlists.
The new speakers are now up for pre-order, and will be available in stores starting September 21.
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