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A new (mini) speaker connected to Marshall

In addition to the sound of many rock bands (among others), the American giant Marshall has been offering for a few years now a selection of headphones, speakers and even a smartphone (London). Today, the group announces a new (and very small) connected speaker, with a relatively unpronounceable name: Uxbridge Voice.

More compact (1.39 kg) than the Acton and Stanmore speakers, the new Marshall Uxbridge Voice speaker obviously takes care of streaming music once paired to a Bluetooth terminal, but it is also animated by Google Assistant. There are also Alexa, AirPlay 2 and Spotify Connect compatibility, without forgetting the multi-room possibilities.

On the Marshall side, we explain: ” Small in size but huge from the sound point of view, this speaker offers a crisp and precise audio experience. Concretely, the speaker offers a frequency response of 54 – 20,000 Hz, with a 30W class D amplifier. Note that the whole works via a power cable (obviously supplied).

There are also three sliders on the top of the speaker, to adjust the sound ” old“, By modulating the bass and treble rendering. Too bad, however, not to find here the analog control buttons similar to those present on a Stockwell 2 (to name just one). Marshall also announces a voice recognition system via ” a dual channel microphone with acoustic noise control“, Which allows the user to dictate a voice command remotely, without gagging.

Price and availability

This new Marshall Uxbridge Voice speaker will be available from April 8, at a price of 199 euros. It will be available in black and white. A catalog that is gradually expanding at Marshall, and which now offers nearly fifteen speakers, connected or not, for nomadic or domestic use.

Aditya is founder of TechJagat. He made this blog to share his knowledge to the world. He love to share whatever he learns from himself or on the Internet. Apart from blogging, he is keen of playing cricket and other sport. Meet him on Facebook

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