This week Marshall announced that its coveted home Bluetooth speaker line-up had undergone a sleek new upgrade.
The new range is comprised of three different speakers that offer up a wealth of portability, size and of course affordability options. First up is the Acton II Bluetooth (£219), the smallest speaker in the range. Dynamic and compact, the Acton II is easy to transport but still offers up Marshall’s signature high performance sound.
Marshall has earned itself a stellar reputation over the years thanks to its vast range of audio equipment, with the new line-up of home speakers all featuring Class D amplifiers, a bass reflex cabinet system, an upgraded DSP for improved dynamic range compression, iconic Marshall logo on the front and more. They are also available in a white or black colourway.
Check out some pictures of the upgraded home Bluetooth speaker line-up below and head over to the Marshall website to find out more.
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