Marshall is expanding its portable speaker range just in time for those summer trips. In addition to the popular Kilburn II, the lineup includes the upgraded Stockwell II, which is the smallest speaker in the collection, and the new Tufton, which is the largest model.
The Kilburn II, Stockwell II, and Tufton each offer more than 20 hours of wireless listening at a range of 30 feet, making the speakers ideal for pool parties, barbecues, and trips to the beach. From an aesthetic standpoint, all three models feature a metal grille that is designed to mimic a microphone, a guitar-inspired carry strap, and Marshall’s signature script logo. In addition to analogue control knobs that allow you to adjust the sound, the speakers also boast a visual battery indicator that lets you know how much battery life is left.
One of Marshall’s more popular items, the Kilburn II is now offered in a new grey colorway. The Stockwell II is particularly easy to carry thanks to its compact design. The speaker is waterproof and also comes with a power bench function to charge other devices. The Tufton accounts for one of the largest speakers on the CE market, utilizing Blumlein Stereo Sound construction for a multi-directional experience.
With prices ranging from $250 to $400, you can cop Marshall’s new portable speakers today.
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