Marshall Kilburn Portable Speaker

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The amp maker we all know and love is finally cutting the cords, as Marshall rolls out the red carpet for its first ever mobile speaker – the Kilburn.

Sporting the same traditional aesthetics the Marshall brand is known for, this amp-inspired speaker is sure to be hit among fans. It’s light and portable, but also packs a mean punch thanks to a set of 5W tweeters working in conjunction with a 4-inch 15W woofer. As we previously mentioned, there are no cords here. The speaker leverages Bluetooth 4.0 technology for wireless playback, and provides up to 20 hours of play time on a full charge. The beautifully designed knobs atop the speaker let users fine tune their sound, with dials for both bass and treble alongside the power switch. The brand plans on releasing the speaker next month, with a retail price of $300. [Purchase]

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