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42 of 46 people found the following review helpful
This is not a wimpy Bluetooth speaker By Kendall Giles VINE VOICE on December 17, 2014 Style Name: Woburn Color: Black
If you're fed up with wimpy little Bluetooth loudspeakers for the cellular devices or laptops or whatever, then you need to check out the Marshall Woburn Bluetooth Speakers.
Within the video I list the characteristics from the speaker, show what is available in this area, show the speaker itself, and play a number of royalty-free music tracks so that you can hear what the speaker seems like.
Understandably from the Marshall product, this can be a top quality speaker--it feels reliable and it appears great. Most significantly it may sound brilliant--obvious, crisp audio that does not distort while you crank the amount.
it's Bluetooth, an optical input, a 3.5mm Earphone Jack, and an RCA jack, so you can connect with nearly any device.
In the video I play the music with the volume knob on 2 (From 10) -- the seem is very loud, which means this speaker is much more than to the project for nearly any room or office.
The feeling and retro appearance of the switches and Knobs and accessories is actually nice--the standard shines through out of all detail and Fit and Finish.
If you actually want to rock, I think you will be happy with this particular Marshall speaker.5 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback...
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The Woburn BLOWS AWAY Your Competition! By Bluetooth Speaker Junkie on Feb 11, 2015 Style Name: Woburn Color: Black
To date I've owned the next:
Altec Lansing iM-237 Orbit
Ultimate Ears BOOM
Jawbone BIG JAMBOX
Definitive Technology Cube
Bose Soundlink lll
Creative Sound Blaster Roar
Peachtree Audio deepblue2
I've just purchased my last Bluetooth speaker, The Woburn BLOWS AWAY Your Competition!
The Woburn offers the HIGHS, MIDS and LOWS that I've been choosing the last three years. Also it will it whatsoever volumes!
The Woburn sound's excellent whatsoever volumes that is what I have wanted. I can get a full range of sound at low volume (yes lots of bass) in addition to I'm able to at greater volumes.
The Stanmore sounded good but the mids were missing even the lows were missing at low volume. However I still recommend it at it's cost range.
The Hanwell is really a beautiful speaker and I actually do have sellers remorse. Nevertheless the Hanwell pleaded with for volume and whenever you gave it towards the Hanwell it came back an amazing seem that's similar to a complete blown standalone system. When switched to eight it literally felt as if you were in a rock concert...Front row! The down-side because when took in to at low volume as with sitting with buddies, speaking, wanting some music, it had been somewhat muddy sounding. I did not view it like a flaw, it had been just intended to be performed LOUD!
The Peachtree Audio deepblue2 would be a beautiful speaker that sounded good with a few genre's of music but avoid others. It states it's 440 watts but to my ears it had been significantly less OR Marshall lie's and they produce a lot more wattage compared to what they condition OR I've no idea of volume...you select. Read more › 3 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback...
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Classic Marshall! By Chris Boyles on Feb 18, 2015 Style Name: Acton Color: Black I've had this speaker for around per month now and it's impressive! Don't allow the little size fool you because it features a BIG seem, particularly the bass. I'm able to hear things in songs which i could never hear before within my Harmon Kardon Seem Sticks. I love the choices of utilizing the three.55mm input jacks or bluetooth. I performed the Outlaws "Green Grass and High Tides" and Brought Zeppelin's "Bring it on Home" which performed to 95db @ 90 % while using 9.5mm jack from the HP desktop, while using Winamp towards the Acton without any distortion or clipping. Then i ran the bluetooth with my HTC One M8 with similar two songs while using Poweramp application and activating the hearing assistance program to make sure max volume. The outcomes were nearly identical db wise. It's good to utilize a very good music player which has adjustable tones since you may like a bit more bass around the quieter volume settings. Even though you possess a source without bass/treble controls don't be concerned, the Marshall Acton has your back. I've read online reviews that condition there have been some issues with communications on warranty issues and the item quit working prior to the warranty expiration date. It's developed in Norway but Produced in China, and that could take into account qc issues. When you get one you'll such as the solid build and seem that's unique to Marshall. I suppose I love my Classic Rock playing through loudspeakers that many artists utilized in the studio once they were making individuals great vintage vinyls. Yes, it's stereo as you've the 2 smaller sized loudspeakers with distinct left and right channels included and the bigger base speaker that won't vibrate any products lose to fall on the ground should you set this on the shelf. It's kind of costly but in my experience it had been worth money to obtain big seem in a tiny package.Comment Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again 21 of 22 people found the following review helpful The best in Stand Alone Speakers
By cdg25 on October 23, 2014 Style Name: Woburn Color: Cream I had been a little concerned about getting this speaker since i could not find ANY reviews from it, which inspired me to publish an evaluation. The speaker is superbly packaged and presented upon arrival. The cream vinyl exterior is completely beautiful out of the box the gold trimming and face from the speaker. I can not imagine it searching bad anywhere. The seem it produces is really amazing. I'd our prime-finish Bose Sounddock 10, which itself is an excellent speaker. However the major difference may be the clearness and "live" sense of the Marshall. The bose almost feels to polished, and thus just a little muted. This speaker hits all of the bass notes that every hip-hop head wants (for example myself). "Welcome to Jamrock" was certainly one of my first bass heavy songs I performed around the speaker, and it sounded perrrrrrfect. Whereas on the Strathmore (the smaller sized form of this speaker that you could get in apple stores) can't appear to help keep really reproduce the bass the way in which it's intended to be. Although the bass is gorgeous, it does not dominate the song. If there's a word to explain the seem this speaker produces it needs to be balance. This applies for hard hitting rock songs, for example "Numb" by Gary Clark Junior., a popular of mine. I have not heard the steel from the post like this on the standalone speaker. Around the Woburn, you could hear every instrument, vocal, and the little strains inside your favorite singers voice that you simply never heard, that extra emotion that you simply only get when you're in a live concert. It is actually a outstanding speaker.
bowers and Wilkins A7 - The second best. Less great with getting gritty mids of heavy guitars, does not provide you with that "live" feeling.
Bose Sounddock 10 - Great speaker. Most likely third best. Read more › 3 Comments Was this review useful for you? Yes No Delivering feedback... Appreciate your feedback.If the review is inappropriate, Please tell us. Sorry, we unsuccessful to record your election. Please try again See all 164