Marshall 50th Anniversary Hanwell Loudspeaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Although they are most known for their iconic Guitar amplifiers, Marshall has recently produced some incredible products outside of their normal offerings including one of our favorites in the Marshall Fridge.

The latest to hit the retail scene from the brand founded by the late Jim Marshall is this Hanwell Loudspeaker celebrating the brand’s 50 year anniversary. Built to look like a smaller version of their well known amps, this small cabinet sports dual long-throw woofers to produce super lows along with hi-fi tweeters which help with sharp extended highs. The Marshall speaker will find itself right at home in dorm rooms, as the size makes it extremely portable. As of right now, there is no official price tag for the device, but we expect it to be selling for a few hundred dollars when it lands at the official Marshall website.

Marshall 50th Anniversary Hanwell Loudspeaker (2)

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