Marshall unveil their new bluetooth speakers with AirPlay 2 and Alexa

Marshall have revealed their new Uxbridge Voice speaker with all the modern streaming and voice control action you can ask for.

In recent years Marshall have gone beyond their long lasting legacy as guitar amp creators. Marshall offer a range of speakers now, including last years Tufton and Stockwell II making their world-class audio available in a portable case.

Marshall have just revealed the Uxbridge Voice, their new portable Bluetooth offering which can be paired to other speakers for a multi-room or stereo setup. They have added AirPlay 2 support so it can be connected in a wide range of ways with Bluetooth and Spotify Connect connections also built in.

The speaker features voice control from Amazon’s AI assistant Alexa. They’ve moved on from their other speakers volume knobs which resembled a guitar amp’s pots and have decided on simple button strips with a plus on one side and a minus on the other. Beside the volume button are bass and treble buttons for EQ customisation.

The speaker is available from April 8th for $199 / £169.99.

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3 comments

    I’m definitely going to need to give these a try, I haven’t personally looked into the Marshall speakers much, but as amplifiers, they’ve always thoroughly impressed me. Seems like Alexa integration is going to be included in a lot of other electronics going forward – logical.

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