Marshall has recently reported two new Bluetooth choices to its steady of compact speakers, alongside a couple of new elements. The Willen is the organization’s first super conservative compact and it’s joined by the Emberton II, which enhances the past model in a couple of ways. Both will presently work with the Marshall Bluetooth application, which hasn’t been accessible on any of the convenient speaker models previously. It was additionally inescapable that the organization would send off an element called Stack Mode – a legacy reference to “Marshall stacks”. This essentially gets them up with the remainder of the speaker world and allows you remotely to grow your music to other Willen or Emberton II speakers. Additionally important is that Marshall has expanded the battery duration of the Emberton II from 20 hours of runtime to 30 or to a greater degree toward a solitary charge.
As we insinuated in our new convenient Bluetooth speaker purchaser’s aide, Marshall speakers (overall) have a magnificent warm sound, stout bass and dynamic highs. We found the best worth in both sound and cost when you choose the bigger and moderately less convenient Tufton model ($450). Albeit still evaluated at a slight exceptional, the more modest models have a downsized adaptation of a similar sound.
Now that the Emberton II backings Stack Mode, at least 30 hours of runtime and offers an application for EQ changes and firmware refreshes, there’s more worth got into that sticker price. The Willen fills the hole for individuals hoping to get an individual versatile and save a couple of bucks, in spite of the fact that we actually presently can’t seem to give it a tune in. The two speakers have Bluetooth 5.1, an IP67 climate resistant rating and are viable with one another for Stack mode, which takes a triple press of the Bluetooth button to have and a twofold push on optional speakers to join or disengage.
Both are accessible for pre-request today with the super smaller Willen evaluated at $120 and the Emberton II for $170.
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