Marshall uses Bluetooth too
Marshall reduced their amps to multimedia speakers that are equipped with Bluetooth and an optical input.
Following te Stanmore introduced at IFA 2013, here is the Woburn, the new multimedia active speaker that Marshall will release this Fall. Available in Black or Cream finishes, its design is similar to the Marshall amps.
You can use the Woburn to play music wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet thanks to the built-in Bluetooth 4.0 and EDT APTX technologies, but you can also plug a CD player or turntable to the RCA inputs, and even more with the optical digital input, which allows for using Woburn with a TV, satellite or cable devices, Airport Express and more.
The Woburn features a golden control panel on which you will select the source and adjust the volume, bass and treble (knobs are identical to the amps).
Behind the grille cloth, Marshall installed two 1” dome tweeters and two 5.25” woofers. Frequency response announced ranges from 35Hz to 22kHz and the crossover frequency is 2.8kHz. The 80W RMS amp is completed with a dual-mode standby, one standard (8.7W) and a more planet-friendly (0.43W).
Dimensions: 400 x 308 x 200mm
The Woburn speaker ships with a retro-look coiled 1/8” cable. It is available for pre-order for the price of 500€ at www.marshallheadphones.com.
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