Marshall portable speakers are out now and you can grab them from stores as well as e-commerce. Marshall company is quite popular for making speakers cabinets, music amplifiers, headphones and earphones. This company had also acquired Natal drums. Marshall guitar amplifiers are also quite popular in the world. However, this new launch by the company is creating sensation in the market as of now. Here we bring to you all the details that of Marshall portable speakers that you need to know. Just sit back and scroll down!
Marshall portable speakers: new product launch
Recently this popular company launched two new portable speakers. These two new speakers are the Stockwell II and Tufton.
The goal of the company is to provide different types of products depending on what kind of speaker and what size of it do you want. Marshall often focuses on making in-home wired speakers, the best strategy which the company always follow.
Some people may prefer Stockwell II which cost $249 and comes up with IPX4 water resistance and power bank option. Other people may prefer Tufton which cost $399. And this Marshall speaker is one of the best portable bluetooth speakers in the market in terms of sounds or volume.
Features of These Two Speakers
If we talk about the features of this speaker then it is a small size speaker and is charged pretty fast. The music quality of this speaker is quite amazing. But it doesn’t have the same sound level if we compare it to Tufton.
The Stockwell speaker is good enough for a small group or you can easily take this wherever you want and Tufton is good for the bigger events or for outside parties.
But, the only disadvantage is this speaker can’t connect with Alexa or Google Assistant. Users have to connect a device with Bluetooth or USB cable. But if you want to buy a simple mid-size speaker then you should definitely go for Kilburn II.
Marshall speakers are great and worth each cent that you spend on it. And these speakers have their own features according to the price.
So which one would you like to buy for yourself?
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